kim abrams grove

About Kimberley Abrams-Grove


Kimberley Abrams-Grove is a clinically trained psychotherapist in private practice in Studio City, California. She specializes in relationship/communication issues, transitioning into adulthood, parenting, identity, and self-esteem. She uses a multi-modal approach in her work with an emphasis in Cognitive/Behavioral and Psychodynamic theory. Her focus is on helping individuals and couples recognize destructive patterns of behavior and thought. Once these patterns are identified and understood, clients can begin to work on changing them thereby increasing self-esteem, improving communication, and allowing for more positive feeling about themselves and their relationships.


Kimberley received two Bachelor's Degrees in Psychology and Dramatic Art from the University of California, Berkeley where she graduated with honors. She attended Hunter School of Social Work in New York and received her Masters in Social Work in 1995 with honors. She has worked at the Jewish Child Care Association and the Psychoanalytic Institute in New York City as well as at Behavioral Health Medical Group of Beverly Hills and the  Multipurpose Senior Services Program in Los Angeles.


Kimberley works with heterosexual, gay and lesbian couples, as well as adult children and parents and adult siblings 18 and over.


She is a member of the National Association of Social Workers.