Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Accepting new clients for morning, daytime, and evening appointments
Offers remote video sessions.
Specialties & expertise
Life, relationship, career coaching
Self-esteem & self-doubt
Women's mental health
Kim Grevler is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and practices as a life coach in Brooklyn, New York, specializing in helping women meet their career, relationship, and personal goals. She sees clients who may outwardly appear to be successful, driven women, but on the inside, struggle to feel fulfilled, set healthy boundaries, and overcome feelings of low self-importance. Women come to Kim when they are feeling stuck in one or more areas of their life and are ready to proactively work towards developing a stronger sense of self.
Kim offers life, relationship, and career coaching to unlock challenges related to stress, guilt, and overwhelm. She works collaboratively with each client to understand and rewrite the stories they tell about themselves, build sustainable self-care practices, and find greater meaning in relationships and at work.
Kim's goal is to help women learn to live more presently and move with confidence into the future. In addition to being a life coach, Kim was originally educated and trained as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and utilizes her background as a therapist to best support her clients as well. She offers the convenience of remote video and phone sessions for busy professionals across the country.
Life, relationship coaching – Giving you the tools and techniques to achieve a balanced and fulfilling life while minimizing your anxiety and self-doubt; addressing issues related to conflict management; addressing and assessing your needs and how you carry yourself in your relationships; advocating for what you need and want; addressing self-worth, how you speak with yourself, and how you treat yourself
Career coaching – Addressing dissatisfaction in your current position; feeling like you are constantly meeting other people's needs or expectations and not getting anything in return; addressing some tension or conflict with colleagues and helping you address these relationships; exploring your needs in the context of your career; addressing issues that prevent you from moving forward
Healthy boundaries – Saying yes when you really want to say no; accommodating and tolerating; doing what you think you "should" or "ought" to do rather than what you want and need to do for yourself; addressing this pattern and how to change this pattern by setting boundaries so that you meet your own needs before meeting others
Self-doubt – Finding strength in one's own skills and abilities; overcoming inner voices of negativity and disbelief
Self-esteem – Cultivating self-compassion, assertiveness, and confidence; developing ways to reduce suffering, anxiety, social withdrawal, and self-neglect
Women's mental health – Finding and amplifying your voice; cultivating healthy boundaries and healthy relationships; navigating work-life balance and workplace power issues; navigating professional and life transitions; navigating cultural pressures; finding a sense of empowerment
Kim is not in-network with any insurances.
Read about the benefits of seeing an out-of-network provider here.
Weekly sessions: $300/month ($75/45min session)
Unlimited text sessions: $175/month
Message to clients
"When we are in a temporary state of upset and disorganization (crisis) we are unable to cope with our customary methods of problem solving. It is in this temporary state that we have the opportunity to create a potentially positive or negative outcome. My goal as a therapist is to help you assess yourself and your situation with a clear mind to enable and empower you to make safe and healthy decisions. I utilize a humanistic and family systems approach, helping clients develop a stronger and healthier sense of self to make the necessary changes to improve your life."
Treatment approachesCognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)In cognitive behavioral therapy, you work with a therapist in a structured way, attending a limited number of sessions. Cognitive behavioral therapy helps you become aware of inaccurate or negative thinking, so you can view challenging situations more clearly and respond to them in a more effective way. (learn more)
Family SystemsFamily systems theory views the family as an emotional unit and uses systems thinking to describe the complex interactions in the unit. Family system therapy may be used to address conflict stemming from the family unit by working on a client's ability to maintain individuality while maintaining emotional contact with the group. (learn more)
Mindfulness PracticesMindfulness practices include but are not limited to developing awareness, attention, and remembering. In mindfulness-informed therapy, clients develop tools to become aware of what is occurring within and around them, so they can begin to untangle from mental preoccupations and difficult emotions. Self-acceptance and compassion are also core elements of mindfulness-informed therapy. (learn more)
Education and work experience
Private Practice, 2016 - Present
Kings County Hospital, Adult Inpatient Therapist, 2013 - 2016
Child Welfare, 2011 - 2013
University of Texas, MSSW, 2011