PsychiatryKimberly Kohli, PhD, CBC
Accepting New Patients
About Kimberly Kohli, PhD, CBC
Dr. Kimberly Kohli has been a strong advocate for suicide prevention and mental health awareness throughout her career. Her goal as a physician is to help end the stigma surrounding mental health and provide the high quality behavioral health treatment that all individuals deserve. Dr. Kohli is also a certified bariatric counselor and is committed to helping patients navigate the life-changing journey associated with weight loss surgery.
When she’s not with her patients, Dr. Kohli enjoys spending time with her family and faithful animal companions. She loves to spend time outdoors, traveling and is an avid sports fan.
“Being a psychologist is truly a privilege. I understand it's not easy trusting others with difficult aspects of one's life, and talking about those difficulties takes courage. The most rewarding aspect of my job is earning that trust, and helping and supporting individuals to make positive life changes.” - Kimberly Kohli, PhD, CBC
“ I always have an excellent, professional, welcoming and comfortable visit with Dr. Kim Kohli. Everyone in the office is polite, prompt and respectful. I highly recommend - so thankful I found her!”
“ Dr. Kohli is the best!”
“ Dr. K and her staff are awesome!”
- Mood and anxiety disorders
- Adjustment disorders
- Psychotic disorders
- Weight management
- Chronic pain management
- Trauma-related symptoms
- Walden University, PhD in Clinical Psychology
- Wright State University, Master of Arts in Applied Behavioral Science
- University of Findlay, Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice, Minor in Religion
- Certified Bariatric Counselor - American Association of Bariatric Counselors
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