Evidenced-Based Therapy
For Children, Teens & Adults

Evidenced-Based Therapy For Children, Teens & Adults

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Ms. Kimone Williams B.A. Admin Intern

Ms. Williams is an Administrative Intern at The Women’s Therapy Service of Montclair, LLC and the Daybreak DBT Program. She is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Montclair State University, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with a minor in African American studies.

She is an administrative volunteer of the monthly Eating Disorder Support Groups of ANAD of Northern NJ for individuals in recovery from anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. At the free support groups, she helps support the power of the family in the recovery process.

As an applied behavior analyst para, Ms. Williams works with children and adolescents on the autism spectrum, encouraging them to use principles of applied behavior analysis.  She feels this treatment instills hope in the child and family that every step gets easier as they learn to improve communication, behavioral and adaptive skills.

Ms. Williams believes her greatest strength as an administrative intern is her inter-collaboration skills with those of diverse backgrounds, and organization skills. She possesses quality experience in customer service in the healthcare industry.

Ms. Williams is very passionate about the field of psychology, she aspires to attain knowledge in all psychotherapeutic approaches, range of treatments, motivational speaking, and the application of multicultural psychology. Ms. Williams is planning on attending graduate education in Clinical Psychology.

Ms. Williams is a member of:

Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society

National Society for Collegiate Scholar