Kimberly Knight



Kimberly M. Knight is originally from Eastern North Carolina and identifies as Afro Indigenous. She graduated with a Master of Social Work Degree from North Carolina Central University in May 2020. She is a 2020 North Carolina Central University 40 Under 40 Honoree. She obtained her Licensed Clinical Social Worker – Associate licensure and became a Certified Complicated Grief and Loss Treatment Individual/Group Facilitator from Columbia University School of Social Work.

Professionally, Kimberly has worked in public health and sexual health education for the past 10 years in areas of STI/HIV awareness, treatment, and prevention. She is the Co-Founder of HIV Cure Research Day for the State of NC and Co-Founder of National Black HIV & AIDS Awareness Day for Wilson, NC. Currently, she serves as a Community Advisory Board Member for the Wake Forest University COMPASS Faith Coordinating Center Faith & HIV Advisory Board. 

Kimberly is skilled in facilitating individual, couple, group, and family therapy sessions.

Kimberly sees clients via telehealth.  She accepts most BCBS, Cigna, and Aetna plans and can also see clients who would like to use out of network benefits and private/self pay clients.  

Work Philosophy

Kimberly focuses on curating a welcoming and confidential therapeutic atmosphere for her clients. She understands the value in listening to her clients and affirming them without judgement. She takes great value in connecting with people and welcomes feedback to support the client in their overall therapy journey. Kimberly’s mission is for people to embrace their sexuality and sexual well-being in a non-stigmatized healthy way. She embraces the person-centered and strength-focused practices of Cognitive Behavioral  Therapy along with sexual health education.

Personal Interests

Kimberly enjoys being a blogger/influencer, traveling, cooking, attending cultural events, co-directing documentaries, time with loved ones, and walks with her puppy.