Kimberly Shephard

Kimberly Shephard

Part-time Faculty

(313) 577-440

ab3636@wayne.edu

Kimberly Shephard

Biography

Kimberly Shephard received her Master of Social Work in 2000 at Wayne State University.  She has taught several classes for the Department of Social Work as part-time faculty to include Human Behavior, Theory, Social Welfare Policy and Seminar.  In addition, Kimberly has been a Faculty Advisor where she works closely with students and their internships to facilitate a community based learning environment to enhance their education. 

Kimberly has experience working at other educational institutions to include a local community college, Madonna University where she taught Early Childhood Development and Baker College in the Human Services Department. 

Kimberly currently is providing service in a local charter school and works with a special education Population.  Kimberly’s other duties include crisis management, behavioral interventions and community referrals.   In addition, Kimberly has experience in clinical out-patient mental health and substance abuse/dependency issues where she provided didactic groups, psychotherapy to adults, children and families.  She also has performed home-based therapy to at risk children and adolescents to assist with creating a healthier environment.

Kimberly’s therapy approach entails a wide variety implementing methods that include cognitive-behavioral, family systems and psychodynamic.

Kimberly enjoys hiking, meditation, reading and social gatherings.

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