Kim Simpson, LCSW

Kim Simpson, LCSW Licensed clinical social worker and certified trauma specialist offering individual therapy in the W


Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy is relatively new, discovered in the late 1980s.

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Great resource!

Great resource!

04/19/2024 like this remind me why I love to read memoirs 🩶
Books like this remind me why I love to read memoirs 🩶

By sharing his personal and professional journey through trauma he lights the way for others. This is why I love memoirs. Thank you for a great book!

Have you tried the EMDR Butterfly Hug?

Have you tried the EMDR Butterfly Hug?

Regulate your nervous system with the Butterfly Hug, a powerful EMDR meditation that will quickly calm and ground you. The butterfly hug is an essential skill for managing anxiety, stress, panic, burnout, anger, and trauma triggers by improving your body's natural ability to relax. This quick and ea...



Chrysalis Center is SO excited to announce that we are launching a meal support group for adolescents in Wilmington! 🩷

Adolescent meal group is for those 13-18 who are appropriate for outpatient services but need a little extra support in their recovery journey.

This group will rotate between a “normal” meal group where clients bring meals and practice eating with others in a supported setting, and exposure meal group, where clients are challenged to pick a themed meal and sit with their anxiety throughout the course of the meal.

Group is starting up in May. If you have any questions or are interested in joining group, DM us or call (901)790-9500 to get started. 🦋

So glad celebrities are spreading the word. ⭐️

So glad celebrities are spreading the word. ⭐️

Actress Sandra Bullock recently shared that she used EMDR therapy to help her heal from PTSD and trauma induced after a 2014 home invasion.

3/5: I loved how the book explained the brains reaction to trauma in an easy, relatable and digestible way. It was very helpful to read how trauma can be applied to anyone experiencing hardship or overwhelm, and the patterns that the brain forms as a result. At the end of the book she introduces her...




It is important to learn to work with feelings of shame as it is something everyone experiences.

It can be especially difficult to work with shame when these feeling are unregulated in childhood.

Learn how we can work with these feeling in our program " "How to Work With Shame".

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So well done 🖤

So well done 🖤

Sue Klebold attempts to reconcile how the son she affectionately referred to as

Best mental health book I have read in a long time… and I read a lot of them ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Best mental health book I have read in a long time… and I read a lot of them ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I Didn’t Sign Up for This: A Couples Therapist Shares Real-Life Stories of Breaking Patterns and Finding Joy in Relationships . . . Including Her Own


5/5: "Remember, real self-care is not a thing to do- it's a way to be." ..... If you want to learn more about the depths of self-care get this book! It touches on boundaries, self-compassion and how to live a life in accordance with your core values, so that your "outside matches your inside". Writt...
08/18/2023 =_

5/5: My favorite highlight in this book was- "I mean, it would have made things a lot easier if we understood there was no way of living that can immunise you against sadness. And that sadness is intrinsically part of the fabric of happiness. You can’t have one without the other. Of course, they c...


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