Kimberly S. Kleinman, LCSW
Understanding how our minds work develops
confidence, flexibility and strength.

“The most fundamental aggression to ourselves, the most fundamental harm we can do to ourselves, is to remain ignorant by not having the courage and the respect to look at ourselves honestly and gently.”
-- Pema Chödrön

Thinking About Therapy

You may be struggling with the idea of calling a psychotherapist. What did people do before therapists, you ask? How do I know it will help? Maybe my struggles are normal! You may be trying to power your way through a problem, just as you always have. Perhaps the next question you could ask yourself is, why not talk about my questions with a therapist, so that I can see if therapy might address the issues I face? What if therapy could make your life less of a struggle? What if therapy could help you and your child feel less frustration with each other? What if you enjoyed the people around you more? What if you finally felt like you were moving forward? Please e-mail me with your questions, or call me to set up a consultation. You don’t need to know if therapy is right for you before we communicate. The first step was reading this page, and the next is telling me a little about you