Dr. Kimberly Reynolds, LPC-S
B.S. Family and Consumer Sciences; Child, Family and Social Services, Nicholls State University
M.Ed. School Counseling, Nicholls State University
Ph.D Philosophy in Psychology, Northcentral University
*Licensed Professional Counselor*
I am a faculty member of the College of Education’s PSYC department. I teach undergraduate candidates and supervise their internships. I also advise a number of candidates as well as interact with them on a daily basis.
What are some interesting facts about yourself?
“Nicholls is a part of my family, and I love this university. I played volleyball for the Colonels and my husband played football. We were college sweethearts and have been together 20 years. We have a 10 year old son, Ethan, who is funny, charming and very energetic. We also have a 10 month old daughter, Charlie, who is full of sass and personality. In my free time (the little I have), I enjoy running and playing with my kids. They often make me realize that I can still be silly and carefree. We are a sports family, so we all enjoy going to sporting events and participating in them. We also love visiting New Orleans; we enjoy the culture, the food and the overall atmosphere and experiences it has to offer.”
Complete one of the following statements: “My dream job other than teaching at Nicholls would be…” -OR- “My future career aspirations include…”
“My dream job??? This is a tough one because I feel it changes as I experience life. I truly love what I do at Nicholls and feel at home here. However, if I had to choose something else, it would have to be related to fitness and outdoors (meaning a beach). I would love to be a personal shopper as well.”
Answer one of the following questions: If you were to win the lottery, what would you do with the winnings? -OR- If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
“If I won the lottery, I would travel. I would love to see all of the United States from coast to coast. Although I do not consider myself a wilderness survival type of girl, I LOVE being outdoors and experiencing adventures. Of course I would take my family along in a fabulous luxury RV, so we could experience this adventure together.”
LCA Conference: October 2011 “Worry Stones, Family Dolls, and Talking Sticks” Dr. Richard Mathis and Kimberly Reynolds, LPC
LMFT Conference: February 2012 “Worry Stones, Family Dolls, and Talking Sticks” Dr. Zoe Tanner, Dr. Roxanne Dufrene, and Dr. Kimberly Reynolds, LPC
LCA Conference: October 2012 “Little Things Mean A Lot” Dr. Richard Mathis, Dr. Kimberly Reynolds, LPC, Dr. Betsy St. Pierre
Research Papers and Interests
Influences in the Individual Development of Personality
Dynamics of Bipolar Disorder in Adolescents and Children
The Prevalence of Dual Diagnosis and Substance Misuse in Individuals with ADHD
The Impact of Play Therapy with Children Who Experience Trauma
Dissertation: The Effects of Group and Individual Counseling on Anger Levels of Adolescent Males