Kimberly Wolfson-Lisack, LCSW
Kimberly Wolfson-Lisack is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over 20 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and families. Kimberly grew up in Westchester, New York, and in Quintana Roo, Mexico. After attending undergraduate and graduate school in Arizona, she began her professional social work career providing psychological support to newly immigrated families from Mexico, Central & South America, while advocating for under resourced communities. Kimberly serves as Clinical Director of Safe Haven, a therapeutic respite program for children 0-18 yrs. at Kids In Crisis, in Cos Cob. Kimberly is an adjunct professor in the Human Services Department of Norwalk Community College, and in the MSW program at Sacred Heart University. Kimberly utilizes a strengths based, psychodynamic approach in her clinical work with clients. She is trained in both DBT and EMDR. Kimberly is an animal and nature lover, and spends free time with her family, pets, and running outside. She is thrilled to be joining the JFS team of professionals.