De La Vina Street,
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Clinical Member; California License #MFC21817;
Licenses: MFT; Practicing Since: 1986
has worked in the field of Psychology for 30 years. She began her
training in 1978, studying the traditional techniques of psychotherapy
in psychiatric hospitals in Hawaii where she got her B.A. at the
University of Hawaii. Kymberlee moved to Santa Barbara in 1980 to
earn her M.S at California Lutheran University. Kymberlee went on
to study family therapy, in depth psychology and psychoanalysis.
opened her own private practice in Santa Barbara in 1986. Over the
years she has studied with many brilliant psychotherapists developing
extensive experience treating individuals, couples, families and
group therapy. Kymberlee specializes in Compassionate Psychotherapy
with a spiritual emphasis.
mentored under the renowned Dr. Irwin Bloom for 17 years until he
passed away. She has been a member of the Therapist professional
association CAMFT since 1986. She was the Vice President of CAMFT-SB
until she took a break to have her two sons who have grown up to
become incredible teenagers.
is 1/4 Cherokee Indian. She inherited the lineage of the "Cherokee
Dream Walker" from her Cherokee Grandfather. She studied Jungian
psychology for many years and works extensively with dreams.
the past 10 years, after many years of traditional education, she
began studying the healing therapy techniques form the Indigenous
Elders of many Native American Tribes.
has also spent 25 years studying with Dr. Marshall Rosenberg who
Center for Non-Violent Communication". Her main focus as
a psychotherapist is teaching PEACEFUL CONFLICT RESOLUTION. www.cnvc.org
the last ten years Kymberlee has also had the remarkable experience
of studying with Tibetan Buddhist Lamas. This has taught Kymberlee
how to have deeper empathy and compassion for all beings.
has a lovely, large sunlight filled office conveniently located
downtown with lots of room for families and group therapy. Kymberlee
has a sliding fee scale and will try to accommodate each client's
feels very fortunate to have a career that gets richer and more
meaningful as every year passes.
Hours: Evening and Weekend Hours
Plans: Most Insurance Accepted
Over the last 30 years working in Psychology, I have learned many
different psychotherapy paradigms.
Degrees: M.S., California Lutheran University,
1983 B.A, University of Hawaii, 1980
Center for Non-Violent Communication Specialist
forming to help create happier relationships
6-8pm • $100/month
Stress and Changes
Children of Alcoholics
of Abuse (Abused)
of Abuse (Trauma)
Traumatic Stress Disorders
Eclectic (Many Therapies)