Kimberly Mossman, LICSW, Ed.S, Registered Play Therapist Supervisor, Certified Synergetic Play Therapist

(781) 277-3131 ext. 500
Licensed Clinician

Kimberly Mossman is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, Registered Play Therapist Supervisor ™ , and Certified Synergetic Play Therapist, specializing in the effects of trauma on children and their families. As the founder and proprietor of the Mossman Play Therapy Center, she contributes a depth of knowledge and expertise to her practice.

Kimberly holds an undergraduate degree from Stonehill College and a Masters in Social Work from Bridgewater State University. Additionally, she holds an Educational Specialist degree with a concentration in play therapy from the University of Mississippi.

Drawing upon a comprehensive background, Kimberly has gained extensive experience addressing the needs of families affected by diverse forms of trauma. Throughout her professional journey, she has held roles in the Family Protection Unit at the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office as well as at local domestic violence centers and community mental health agencies. In these capacities, she provided essential therapy and advocacy to children and parents experiencing violence in their homes and communities. It was through this work that she also had the opportunity to conduct community-wide trainings throughout Plymouth County on the effects of trauma on child development, with a particular emphasis on the therapeutic significance of play therapy.

Committed to providing comprehensive and developmentally appropriate services to as many children as possible, Kimberly established the Mossman Play Therapy Center in 2014. Here, she commits her efforts to aiding young children and their families in navigating the multifaceted challenges associated with various forms of trauma and other mental health needs by utilizing play therapy. Additionally, she offers supervision to clinicians aiming for a deeper understanding of how the application of play therapy facilitates the healing process. Kimberly also extends her support to clinicians throughout the State of Massachusetts looking to establish private practices, emphasizing best practices and evidence-based interventions for children.

Kimberly’s commitment to community well-being extends beyond her practice. She actively serves on the Board of the Child Loss Center, a nonprofit providing essential support and services to families who have experienced the loss of a child. Furthermore, she holds the role of the Massachusetts’s State Liaison for the New England Association for Play Therapy, contributing to the advancement of play therapy practices in the region. Her multifaceted involvement underscores her dedication to fostering healing and well-being within the community as a whole.