Kimone Williams, Ed.M.

“My goal is that everyone who works with me is able to find and undo the sneaky negative self talk you may not have realized was there.”
Therapist Kimone Williams at Mind in Motion clinic
Professional Biography

Specialize in First & Second Generation, Interpersonal Difficulties, and Self-Esteem

  • Mental Health Counselor, Limited Permit
  • Ed.M., M.A. Teachers College, Columbia University
  • B.A. Montclair State University
  • Kimone is a pre-licensed mental health counselor who believes in the power of mental health as a universal priority. She earned her Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Teachers College, Columbia University, in addition to a Master’s of Education where she took advantage of working with diverse populations at Baruch a CUNY school during externship.

    Orientation/clinical interests/specialties

    True to her roots in inclusivity, Kimone let’s clients be seen and provides space to immigrant generations. She naturally integrates techniques like mindfulness, person centered therapy, and positive psychology into practice. Kimone is excited to work with a wide array of clients and identities.

    Personal Interests

    When she’s not counseling, you can find her making a cohesive playlist, reading, or singing not so well to a favorite song.

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    with Kimone

    Book an appointment with our experienced and compassionate therapist today. Finding the right therapist and approach takes time, we understand if you have to try several therapists before committing to a long-term therapy

    What to expect on a first session

    • Confidentiality Discussion: The therapist will explain the principles of confidentiality, ensuring you understand the limits and exceptions to privacy in therapy.
    • Background Information: Expect to share some background information, including your reasons for seeking therapy, relevant personal history, and any immediate concerns or challenges.
    • Therapist’s Approach: The therapist will discuss their therapeutic approach and methods, providing you with an understanding of how they work and what to expect from the process.
    • Goal Setting: Together with the therapist, you will explore and set realistic goals for therapy, outlining what you hope to achieve or work on during your sessions.
    • Discussion of Expectations: There will be an opportunity for you to discuss your expectations for therapy, including frequency of sessions, preferred communication styles, and any concerns you may have.
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