ABC Intervention | Kimberly May
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Kimberly May, M.S., was first introduced to Attachment Biobehavioral Catch-up as a parent coach trained in October 2018 in Kansas. Since then she has joined the ABC Dissemination Team as a trainer and supervisor, and is the assistant manager of ABC’s program evaluation system. Kimberly received her Bachelor’s Degree in Family Studies and Human Services in 2013 and Master’s Degree in Couples and Family Therapy in 2019, both from Kansas State University. She completed her master’s capstone project focusing on the relational impact of intergenerational trauma within family systems, specifically between caregivers and children within the range of 0-5 years old, and clinical implications for psychotherapy treatment. Kimberly’s clinical interests include supporting healthy attachment relationships between caregivers and children through early intervention and early childhood and caregiver mental health. Kimberly currently resides in Fort Worth, Texas with her husband and their two dogs.