Kimberly Lenggiere is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapy Associate, originally from San Dimas, CA. She completed her Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology at Azusa Pacific University, a Christian school that helped her to develop  a solid foundation in the theoretical and applied practice of professional counseling with individuals, couples, and families. 

Kimberly first found her passion for mental health while working for a children’s agency in her home town of San Dimas, CA, where she worked with teens and children in foster care. She has used the skills developed in her graduate studies in her work first as a high school youth minister and then as a therapeutic behavioral specialist.


Kimberly received her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in marriage and family therapy from Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA. Before her career in mental health, she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville in Steubenville, OH.


Kimberly has worked for years with children, teens, and parents from all  backgrounds, including developmentally disabled teens and young adults, children in foster care, and family coping with immigration issues, divorce, bereavement, and depression. While completing her degree in Clinical Psychology, Kimberly worked with teens and young adults on the autism spectrum, as well as rendering therapeutic behavioral services at McKinley Children’s Center in San Dimas, CA. She also worked for the Baldwin Park Unified School District, doing child centered play therapy, as well as therapy with adults and teenagers.

Kimberly has also worked as a youth minister in the Diocese of Orange and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, running teen retreats, youth groups, and men’s and women’s groups.

Areas of Expertise

  Child-Centered Play Therapy

  Anxiety Issues

  Applied Behavioral Analysis

  Spiritual Issues