Ariel Kimble, ALMFT
Pronouns: she, they
Ariel is a queer-friendly, gender affirming mental health clinician who uses trauma-informed care to create a safe, inclusive, affirming, and empowering space for all of her clients.
Passionate about meeting the needs of the people within her community, Ariel brings diverse experience to CCSW. Working in mental health and ministry-based organizations has informed her practice of caring for those with religious trauma, sexual trauma, life transitions, and mood and anxiety disorders. Ariel utilizes several clinical modalities and theories when working with clients, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Somatic Experiencing Therapy (SE), Polyvagal Theory, and Family Systems Theory.
Ariel holds a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Wheaton College Graduate School and a Bachelor’s of Psychology from the University of Central Arkansas.