About Me

Hi, I’m Kimberly Jackson.

I am a clinical social worker, an avid runner, and a non-practicing musician.

I obtained post-graduate training in Sexual Health to address an unmet need in my community. My experience has been that empowering clients with skills and tools to understand their sexuality, and deepen intimate connections, is both critical and transformational.

I specialize in decoding desire and restoring hope, with an affirming, non-judgmental perspective. My service in the Peace Corps (Peru ‘11 – ‘13) taught me the art of cultivating curiosity, respectful inquiry, and, above all, humility.

I am passionate about helping people with a variety of sexual health concerns, including out-of-control sexual behaviors, painful sex, erectile problems, ejaculatory control issues, and low or absent libido.

I enjoy providing training and consultation to other healthcare professionals, and supervise clinicians working towards sex therapy certification. I have facilitated workshops for Youth Pride, the Gloria Gemma Foundation, the Rhode Island Trans Health Conference, and the Center for Sexual Pleasure and Health.

Education:

College of the Holy Cross, BA in Music
Case Western Reserve University, Masters in Social Administration
University of Michigan, Certificate in Sexual Health/ Sex Therapy

Training:

AASECT Certified Sex Therapist
AASECT Sex Therapy Supervisor-in-Training
Gottman Method Couples Therapy, Level 1