Kimberlee Massey-Owen, M.S., LCSW
Life can be complicated, overwhelming, challenging, and messy. People don’t tend to fit in neat little boxes, but I find that beautiful. The people I comes in contact with never cease to amaze and inspire me with their stories, struggles, and victories. I am committed to creating a safe and nonjudgmental space for people to explore healing and reconnect with themselves, others, and with hope beyond ourselves. My focus is relational and I believe this is the most healing aspect of any treatment modal. “We are wounded in relationship, and we heal in relationship.” I am passionate about those from all walks of life and addressing a variety of issues such as addiction, anxiety, relational issues, grief, and transitions. I believe each person has the
capacity for growth and each individual possesses unique strengths that can be uncovered and developed to address challenges and become the best version of themselves. It is all a process, and we are all in it. We all have this condition called “human.” I love watching it unfold, seeing healing take place, and empowering people to live a life they are called to.
I am a Licensed Master’s of Social Work. My background began in residential treatment working with addiction, trauma, and recovery from various life altering issues. It continued in out-patient and sober living settings with both individuals and families. I received my Master’s in Social Work and Evidence-Based Interpersonal Practice from the University of Tennessee, and my Bachelor’s in Social Work and Behavioral Science from Trevecca Nazarene University.
Outside of counseling, I love all things outdoors, playing music, exploring the city with my husband, and connecting with the people in my life. I value relationships and deep conversations, love a great cup of coffee, don’t mind getting lost on a trail in the woods. I am open to hard questions, ready to listen, and am invested in knowing the person in front of me.