Kimberly Wegener, MA is a doctoral candidate from Midwestern University’s Arizona campus and the intern at Full Circle Health. Kimberly completed her bachelor’s degree in psychological sciences and criminology at Arizona State University and earned her master’s degree in clinical psychology at Midwestern University. Kimberly’s clinical experiences include conducting neuropsychological assessments for disability benefits, providing group and individual therapy within a residential treatment facility, and providing behavioral health interventions within a primary care model . Kimberly is passionate about promoting awareness of the mind-body connection, behavioral management of chronic and autoimmune health conditions, the integration of behavioral health into women’s health care, and developing her knowledge in comprehensive assessment and brief screenings for a range of concerns. Kimberly primarily practices from a Cognitive Behavioral framework but tailors intervention to the goals and needs of each individual. Kimberly emphasizes the importance of considering cultural and diversity factors, understanding each individual’s unique lived experience, unconditional positive regard, and forming a strong therapeutic alliance when working with clients. In her free time, Kimberly enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, trying new restaurants and coffee shops, and attending live music events.