Kimberly received a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Ohio Christian University in 2010, a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2013, and attended Grand Canyon University of Doctoral Studies. She retired from the State of Ohio in 2011 and is now a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. She is the CEO, and owner of her new practice, HealthyEmotes Counseling Services, LLC. She is also a public speaker, providing workshops and seminars for businesses and churches. She is the author of Secret Pain: Forgiving your Offender where she focuses on the power of forgiveness. She is also a radio personality on WVKO radio discussing issues that affect individuals, relationships, and communities. She accepted her call to minister in 1995 and was ordained as an Elder in 2004.
Kimberly is co-pastor with her husband of 24 years, Bishop Marvin C. Bozeman, of the Assembly of Faith Church. They were married in 1993 after she was healed from the emotional and devastating pain of broken and deceptive relationships. Her children sustained her when she was oppressed and depressed. Her beautiful grandchildren provide a new level of love and joy! They passionately refer to her as “MyGem!” It is Kimberly’s passion to love God with every fibre of her being. She completely surrendered her life to God in 1981 with many ups and downs. In every test and trial her desire has always been that God would receive full glory; thereby, pressing past her pain. Kimberly believes that everyone has a story to tell and that there is always a diamond in the ruff!
Kimberly S is also listed in Best Marriage Therapists in Columbus
Licensing & Certifications:
- License State: Ohio
- License Number: E1800514, received
- CBT, LCPC, LPCC, Pastoral C
Types of Therapy:
Working With Marriages for:
- 5 Year(s) 7 Month(s)
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