Kimberly

Gautreau

MSW RSW
She/Her
PRACTICE FULL
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Kimberly is here to support you with identity, trauma, relationship issues, and challenges facing the LGBTQIA+ community.

Kimberly is here to help you cope with anxiety, depression, ADHD, relationship complications, and with recent and historic trauma. She can support you with issues such as gender, sexual, generational, cultural, and religious identity. She also specializes in eating disorders and body image issues. Kimberly can help you find a sense of balance with your thoughts and feelings, and develop strategies to manage difficult periods.

Kimberly specializes in supporting trans, non-binary, and gender-diverse folk to develop positive community and social connections. She can help you with the struggles that come with unique gender presentations in a binary world. Kimberly is passionate about supporting healthy practices around kink, sex positivity, and non-traditional relationships like polyamory.

Kimberly worked for years with her local trans and queer community. She helped folks overcome systemic barriers to accessing services and supported partners and families with relationship issues. At the same time, Kimberly volunteered with a sexual assault crisis centre, helping with frontline calls and supporting other frontline call volunteers. 

Through this work, Kimberly discovered her passion for helping people through difficult times and put herself through school. She obtained two bachelor’s degrees and her Master of Social Work degree. Since then, Kimberly has worked with a wide range of people on everything from systemic discrimination to sexual infidelity.

Right for you if:

You are looking for a therapist who supports the trans and queer community.
You are looking for support in coping with recent or past trauma.
You are looking for a therapist who specializes in gender identity.
You are struggling with identity issues.

More about

Kimberly

Master of Social Work, York University (2017)

Bachelor of Arts in Social Justice & Peace Studies, Western University (2016)

Bachelor of Social Work (Honours), Western University (2015)

Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers 

Canadian Association of Social Workers

Q&A

What does good mental health look like to you?
Being your own imperfectly beautiful self.
What would you say to a friend struggling with a mental health issue?
There is nothing broken or wrong with you, lets find a path forward together.
What is a motto or idea that gives you reassurance when you’re having a difficult time?
Be you.

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