Kimberly Whittingham joins Hartford’s Jewish Family Services

WEST HARTFORD – Kimberly Whittingham has joined the staff of professional therapists at Jewish Family Services of Greater Hartford, it was announced recently by the agency’s executive director, Anne Danaher. Whittingham will work primarily with children, adolescents, and their families.

Previously, Whittingham worked as a clinician at Community Health Resources, a residential facility for adolescent females.

“We have an ability to reach people at this level where we can do so much good,” says Whittingham, who, when appropriate, brings a bit of humor into her sessions. “The client is doing the work and perhaps not realizing they’re doing the work because the atmosphere is a little lighter.”

Whittingham will see clients Tuesday through Friday during the day, and Thursday evenings until 8:30 at JFS on Bloomfield Avenue in West Hartford. She is also available to see clients during morning hours before the parents’ workday. For more information call (860) 236-1927.

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