Kim Knox earned a bachelor’s in psychology in 2003 and a master’s degree in social work in 2005. She earned her Licensed Clinical Social Work license in 2009 and has worked in the Las Cruces community for over fourteen years. Kim has worked in Las Cruces public schools for ten years working with children who have disabilities. She completed post graduate course work in applied behavior analysis as well as an advanced certificate in the Floor-Time Model. Kim is a board-certified supervisor for social workers seeking their clinical license. Kim has been an Adjunct College Assistant Professor with NMSU since 2012 with the Department of Social work and is currently working on a doctorate degree in Special Education with an emphasis on multicultural and bilingual education. She is currently researching barriers to advocacy for children with disabilities in the school setting. She currently offers individual therapy to all age groups as well as couples and family therapy. She works with clients with a wide range of concerns including but not limited to anxiety/stress, ADHD, life transitions, parenting issues, relationship issues, self-esteem and motivation, grief and loss, Autism and adoption related issues.