Title: Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Therapist
Location: Rockford, Illinois, United States
Kimberly Greyson-Bost, therapist and Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Healthcare Professionals for dedication, achievements, and leadership in Dialectical Behavior Therapy and counseling.
Ms. Greyson-Bost is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor specializing in Dialectical Behavior Therapy, EMDR, and trauma-informed therapy. Before entering the mental health field, Ms. Greyson-Bost enjoyed a career in marketing, working as a Senior Accounts Coordinator for Black Dot Group from 1996 until 2000, and a Senior Marketing Advisor for 98.3 WCCQ Radio until 2003. She spent the next five years as the owner of an independent printing company and a contractor in the printing industry. After getting married, Ms. Greyson-Bost felt a desire to return to school and explore her full potential in a different industry, and she left the print production industry in 2007 to continue her education.
In 2010, Ms. Greyson-Bost graduated from Rockford University with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology, and in 2014, she completed her Master’s degree in counseling psychology at The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a final GPA of 3.94. As a student, she was inducted into the National Honors Society in Psychology, and Chi Sigma Iota, and presented posters at the 2010 Tri-State Undergraduate Psychology Conference, the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society for Humanistic Psychology, and a 2012 meeting of the American Psychological Association, in addition to receiving grants and scholarships from Rockford University, Americorps, and others. After completing a one-year counseling internship at Glen Oaks Nursing Home, Ms. Greyson-Bost joined the Rosecrance Health Network in 2016 as a primary addictions therapist. She entered private practice as a therapist in the office of Kathleen E. Cox & Associates in 2020, and is currently in the process of transitioning to working in independent practice. Ms. Greyson-Bost is a member of the American Counseling Association and the Association for Creativity and Counseling, and is has been active in providing pro bono therapeutic services to the larger community for more than a decade as a program assistant at the Mildred Berry Center, a former pet therapist, and the facilitator of several peer support groups.
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