Breath of Hope Professional counseling
Services Provided by Kimberlee Daughtry MA, LPC-S, EMDR Cert.
Adult, Adolescent and Child Individual Counseling
Couple Therapy- Gottman Method- Level 1, Level 2, Complex
Couples and Addition and Recovery with Couples
Areas of Treatment:
Addiction and Recovery
Disassociative Identity Disorder (DID)
Grief and Loss
Death and Dying
12 Step Recovery
Adult Children of Alcoholics/Dysfunctional Family (ACA, ACOA)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Person Centered Therapy
Feeling State Addiction Therapy
Gottman Couples Therapy Method
Sand Tray Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Integral Breath Theray
Tuesday 10 am-6 pm
Blue Cross Blue Shield
Network Advantage EAP
Out of Network
$110 Individual Session (45-55 min)
$220 Individual (90 min session)
$150 Family/Couple (45-55min session)
$290 Family/Couple (90 min session)
$25 for 15 minutes added on to a session.
I do offer sliding scale if there is a financial hardship.
Kimberlee Daughtry, MA, LPC-S, RPT, EMDR
I am originally from Indiana, but moved to San Antonio, Texas in 1990, after graduating from Indiana University with a BS in Education. Six months prior to coming to Texas, I lived in Melbourne, Australia where I taught elementary school. Living in Australia made the transition to San Antonio easy, as the natural terrain is quite similar. While in San Antonio, I worked as an elementary school teacher. In 2001, I received my Masters Degree in Counseling from the University of Texas San Antonio. I completed my internship as an elementary school counselor in Northside Independent School District. After graduation I took a break for several years to be a full time mother for my three sons, Joshua, Caleb, and Micah. Eventually, I completed a second internship at Vitas Hospice and then applied for my License Professional Counselor Intern in Texas. During my internship I worked at Alamo Treatment Center/The Right Step and Alpha Home, a nonprofit treatment center for women struggling with chemical dependency. I also saw clients at University United Methodist Church where I worked on many diverse cases. Since then, I have worked with elders, adults, adolescents, family members, and couples in both in-patient and out-patient settings. I have also worked as an Instructor at the Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies teaching addiction counselors. I am also an LPC-Supervisor (LPC-S)
I practice a holistic approach to counseling that includes processing through past traumas, respecting the spirit, mind-body integration, and recognizing the power to change. I like to infuse nonverbal therapies, such as EMDR, sand tray therapy, Integral Breath Therapy and other expressive arts into treatment when appropriate to make the healing experience efficient and integrative neurologicially. I am a certified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) therapist. To learn more about EMDR and its benefits, visit www.emdr.com or www.emdria.org I am also a Registered Play Therapist (RPT). I also enjoy working with couples. I have completed Clinical Training Level 1, Level 2 from the Gottman Institute as well as Gottman training in Complex Couples and Couples with Addiction/Recovery.
Some of the things that I enjoy doing are the following: spending time with my family and friends, traveling, writing, running, yoga, swimming, dancing, having meaningful conversations, and being of service to others as a therapist.