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Kim Jones, M.A., LMFT, LPC

Kim received her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Houston, Clear Lake in 2013.  Her specific areas of training and practice include Solution Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Emotion-Focused Couples Therapy, and Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. After having a child of her own in 2014, she became increasingly interested in working with individuals and couples who are making the transition to parenthood.  A Houston native, Kim lives nearby in Bellaire with her husband, son, and a menagerie of pets.  She is passionate about helping people grow toward positive change, and this passion is clear in the joy she receives from her work.  Kim works with individuals, couples and adolescents in her practice.


A word from Kim:


“Oftentimes, we are drawn to begin therapy during a time of crisis or emotional pain.  Therapy and counseling can certainly help us get "unstuck" during such difficult times.  However, I believe that therapy and counseling can also prompt positive growth in ways we may not have anticipated. As a therapist, I view it as an honor to guide my clients towards discovering what works for them on their journey. A good counseling experience will often begin with a trusting relationship with a therapist.  For this reason, I value my client’s safety and comfort, and I make it a priority to get to know your unique histories, needs, and goals.


The postpartum period brings a unique set of challenges to individuals and couples. For many people, additional support can maximize a family's chances of health and wellness during this time of transition. I specialize in assisting individuals and couples experiencing mental health and relational challenges during pregnancy and the postpartum period.  Balancing self-care and the responsibilities of being a parent can be very challenging.  However, it is my belief that one of the best gifts we can give to our children is modeling healthy self-care by nurturing our own emotional, mental, relational, and physical health.


In addition to my interest in working with individuals and couples transitioning to parenthood, I also have extensive experience and enjoy working with adolescents experiencing substance use, mood disorders, self-harm, and family discord.”  


Contact Kim at 713.561.3884 or Kim@CPFH.org