Mental Health Provider
Kimberly Lux has worked at UHS since 2020, in which she works with victims/survivors of sexual assault, sexual harassment, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or stalking in Survivor Services. “Survivors of trauma deserve to have the space to be present to all that this time of life has to offer. I value and honor the expertise that each individual brings to the therapy room, and I see the therapeutic relationship as a vessel for change and for healing.”
Lux is committed to honoring each student as a whole person. She understands that a student’s college experience is a time of growth and exploration, which can have its ups and downs. “I am invested in understanding how each student’s experiences are showing up and intersecting with each part of their life, identity, and values,” she says.