Elevate Counseling Services (https://www.elevate-counseling.com), a practice serving clients from locations in South Easton, Middleboro and Bellingham, has named Kimberly Hollister of Plainville as associate director of the practice’s training center.
She assumes this new role in addition to her ongoing work as associate director of Clinical Services at Elevate Counseling’s Bellingham office.
The Training Center is a program at Elevate Counseling through which the practice hires master level clinicians working toward their independent licenses, but who by licensing requirements need group supervision and clinical work to advance to that next level. Upon completion of the two years’ supervision, clinicians are eligible to apply for an independent license and can work in a private practice setting.
The Training Center encompasses all three of Elevate Counseling’s brick-and-mortar locations, as well as their extensive online practice.
She joined Elevate Counseling Services in 2017. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams and went on to earn her master’s degree in Social Work from Simmons University.