Kimberly has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Lewis University. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Arizona State University. Her experiences range from providing therapy for children, adults, and geriatrics with psychiatric disorders and substance abuse issues. She also teaches introductory psychology courses at the College of DuPage. She has always had a strong desire to know herself, and to aid others. She found the School of Metaphysics in 2009 where she learned essential life skills to produce greater wholeness within her thinking. After becoming a student, she started teaching and directing the SOM Chicago Branch. She has been applying what she has been learning from the School of Metaphysics in her work with others as a teacher and therapist. She is currently studying in the Third Cycle of lessons, and is serving as the North Area Director for the Chicago, Bolingbrook, and Palatine branches. She is also pursuing a degree in Psi Counseling.