Dr. Kimberly L. Rehak, Ed.D., M.A., LBS, LPC, BCBA-D, CAC, BC-TMH, CCTP, THP, Practitioner/ Specialist.
Red Hill, PA
After teaching in the classroom for several years, I completed my graduate degree programming in both Clinical & Counseling Psychology in 2005 (graduating in 2006), with a special concentration in Addictions Counseling. I went on to obtain additional, advanced degrees and training in Education, Special Services, Behavior Analysis (Behavioral Health, Acceptance and Commitment Training, Addiction, Applied Animal Behavior, Autism, Behavior Analysis and Technology, Behavior Analysis and the Arts, Behavior Analysis for Sustainable Societies, Behavior Analysis in Health, Sports, and Fitness, Behavior Analysis in Military and Veterans' Issues, Behavioral Development, Behavioral Gerontology, Behavioral Medicine, Behavioral Approaches for Social Responsibility, Clinical Applications, Trauma, Crime, Delinquency, and Forensic Behavior Analysis, Culture and Diversity, Dissemination of Behavior Analysis, Ethics and Behavior Analysis, Experimental Analysis of Human Behavior, Gambling, History of Behavior Analysis, Mental Health, Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Intervention, Neuroscience, Open Educational Resources, Organizational Behavior Management / Industrial Psychology, Pediatric Feeding Disorders, Positive Behavior Supports, including School-Wide Positive Behavioral Supports, Functional Analysis and Functional Behavioral Assessment, Verbal Behavior, Practitioner Issues in Behavior Analysis, Rehabilitation and Independent Living, Sexual Behavior: Research and Practice, Speech Pathology (Techniques and Approaches when working with analysts and clinicians in co-treat models), The Standard Celeration Society, Teaching Behavior Analysis, Supervision, Theoretical, Philosophical, and Conceptual Issues, and the list goes on. I have also completed advanced Practitioner training in a number of alternative medicine/ healing modalities. I have worked with clients at all stages of life, both internationally, and nationally, across the continuum of traditionally defined mental-behavioral health care & educational settings (including higher education), as well as other settings (community based, center-based, prisons, juvenile detention centers, homes, courts, etc.). At the present time, I am accepting clients on a case-by-case basis at my local, part-time, private practice in Red Hill only. My concentration and focus has shifted considerably in terms of the scope of services I am currently able to provide. If you are looking for other services, in the public sectors, I would continue to recommend you search / use alternate designated contacts via the certification, licensing boards, and other directories/ forums which include currently available providers and groups. I will continue to look forward to working with each and everyone of my clients on an individualized/ personalized basis. The focus of my private practice has shifted greatly to include a careful reliance on not only "worldly" knowledge and professional practices, but on returning to more natural states and ways of doing things, with a focus on the Divine Plan and God's will. In addition to the inclusion of personal trials and experiences, mirroring the same battles Christ went through, ultimately leading to His crucifixion, these challenging times have informed my currently available practice offerings, which will continue to work together to integrate practices from a variety of professional discipline areas with which I worked for 20 + years, formally and professionally in the public and private sectors, in addition to the additional learning acquisition I was able to achieve through these relevatory experiences with the sincere goal of helping others lead a more balanced life that more closely aligns with God's vision, will, and plans for our lives.