Kimberly Hansley, LPC

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I provide counseling for individuals, young adults, couples, families, and have extensive experience with children and adolescents dealing with aggression, anger, trauma, psychosis, self-harm, suicidal ideation, depression, and anxiety.

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Brain Changes in Autism Are Far More Sweeping Than Previously Known - Neuroscience News 11/03/2022

Brain Changes in Autism Are Far More Sweeping Than Previously Known - Neuroscience News

Brain Changes in Autism Are Far More Sweeping Than Previously Known - Neuroscience News Brain changes associated with ASD encompass more areas than previously believed, a new study reports. Researchers identified brain-wide changes in all 11 cortical regions analyzed. The greatest gene drop-offs were found in the visual cortex and the parietal cortex, a brain area associated with proce...

A new look at self-injury 10/04/2022

A new look at self-injury

A new look at self-injury Two clinical researchers have compelling and complementary views on why people engage in self-injury.


What did you do at work today

Meet Kimberly Hansley 08/24/2022

Meet Kimberly Hansley

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Meet Kimberly Hansley We're excited to introduce you to the always interesting and insightful Kimberly Hansley. We hope you'll enjoy our conversation with Kimberly below. Kimberly, appreciate you joining us today. Can you share an anecdote or story from your schooling/training that you feel illustrates what the overall e...


It’s finally here. Dial 988 if you are having a mental health emergency. #988



New government program putting some adults with autism to work using their unique skills


We can help our kids by talking to them about how others feel. In all different situations ask your child how they think people feel. This can be done in real life situations or when you read a book or watch a movie. Having them practice this skill is like building the muscle of perspective. You can also explain how you feeling in different situations. But be careful not to have your children feel like they are responsible for how you feel. If you say "you make me sad when you do that", you are making them directly connected to your feelings. Instead say for example, "when my vase got broken, it made me sad". Connect the behaviour to the feeling rather than the child. That way they realise they may need to change that behaviour not themselves.

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Counseling Compact 04/23/2022

Counseling Compact

Counseling Compact Home Scroll Down What is the Counseling Compact? The Counseling Compact is an interstate compact, or a contract among states, allowing professional counselors licensed and residing in a compact member state to practice in other compact member states without need for multiple licenses. This graphic c...


Happy Thursday night parents. You can make it to Friday!


When you bring toys from the home for the weekend, and your child decides to “nap” with because he is just the coziest thing ever.


Reposting from because letting your child take some risks is ok. If they scrape a knee? It’s ok. If they fall off their bike? Help them bandage themselves. Don’t be afraid to have expectations for your child. They are capable of so much. They need to know you believe in them.


When you early morning teens are getting into the spirit of Meebie. May I introduce the “Tired, sleeping Meebie “ .


Meet Meebie from hanging out with me and my friends at work



Love and logic training


What did you do at work today?


But maybe flowers too.


Go and get a hug.


Rainbow breathing. Try it today!!!


It occurred to Pooh and Piglet that they hadn't heard from Eeyore for several days, so they put on their hats and coats and trotted across the Hundred Acre Wood to Eeyore's stick house. Inside the house was Eeyore.

"Hello Eeyore," said Pooh.

"Hello Pooh. Hello Piglet," said Eeyore, in a Glum Sounding Voice.

"We just thought we'd check in on you," said Piglet, "because we hadn't heard from you, and so we wanted to know if you were okay."

Eeyore was silent for a moment. "Am I okay?" he asked, eventually. "Well, I don't know, to be honest. Are any of us really okay? That's what I ask myself. All I can tell you, Pooh and Piglet, is that right now I feel really rather Sad, and Alone, and Not Much Fun To Be Around At All. Which is why I haven't bothered you. Because you wouldn't want to waste your time hanging out with someone who is Sad, and Alone, and Not Much Fun To Be Around At All, would you now."

Pooh looked at Piglet, and Piglet looked at Pooh, and they both sat down, one on either side of Eeyore in his stick house.

Eeyore looked at them in surprise. "What are you doing?"

"We're sitting here with you," said Pooh, "because we are your friends. And true friends don't care if someone is feeling Sad, or Alone, or Not Much Fun To Be Around At All. True friends are there for you anyway. And so here we are."

"Oh," said Eeyore. "Oh." And the three of them sat there in silence, and while Pooh and Piglet said nothing at all; somehow, almost imperceptibly, Eeyore started to feel a very tiny little bit better.

Because Pooh and Piglet were There.

No more; no less.


A.A. Milne creator of Pooh, E.H. Shepard the original artist.

Story from the page I Know, I Need To Stop Talking


Aaron Beck, a Penn psychiatrist and founder of CBT, has died at 100 11/04/2021

Aaron Beck, a Penn psychiatrist and founder of CBT, has died at 100


Aaron Beck, a Penn psychiatrist and founder of CBT, has died at 100 “He’s the single most important psychiatrist in the world of the 20th century,” said Martin Seligman, a Penn psychologist who is famous in his own right as the founder of positive psychology.


Dealing with Pregnancy and Infant Loss


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Timeline photos 09/30/2021

Timeline photos

We are excited to announce that Curis Functional Health was selected as a winner of the 2021 Dallas 100™ Awards!

This award recognizes us as one of the 100 fastest-growing, most dynamic, privately held companies in the Dallas area. In 2021 so far, Curis has grown by more than 500 percent.

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Your past does not define you. ***depreventionmonth


Be educated.


What are you overthinking today?


You can do hard things


Signs of ADHD


When you get your self-portrait done





4801 Frankfort Road Ste #300
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