Kimberly Richey is a skilled professional in the fields of Rolfing and Library and Information Science. With extensive experience in both fields, Kimberly has worked as a certified Rolfer at Columbia Rehabilitation Clinic, Inc. and currently serves as a coach at Special Parentability. Her education includes a BA in Religious Studies, Jewish Studies, and Psychology from the College of Charleston, as well as specialized training in Rolfing from the Rolf Institute of Structural Integration and Library and Information Science from the University of South Carolina.
As a coach at Special Parentability, Kimberly draws on her extensive knowledge and expertise to help parents of children with special needs navigate the challenges they may face. Her experience as a certified Rolfer has given her a deep understanding of the human body and the ways in which physical therapy and bodywork can help alleviate pain and improve overall health and wellbeing. Her education in Library and Information Science has equipped her with the research skills and knowledge necessary to help individuals and organizations find the information they need to make informed decisions.
Overall, Kimberly Richey is a highly experienced and knowledgeable professional who has dedicated her career to helping others improve their physical and mental health, and find the information they need to make informed decisions.