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Meet Kimi

Kimi Sherratt-Endter is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and a provider at Red Sands Psychiatry.


CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Systemic Interventions, Solution Focused Therapy, and Grief Therapy

Focus areas include:

Women’s issues, couple/family therapy, parent-child relationship issues, death/dying, chronic or catastrophic medical diagnosis, First Responders


Kimi Sherratt-Endter is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) at Red Sands Psychiatry, providing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Systemic Interventions, Solution Focused Therapy, and Grief Therapy. 


She specializes in the focus areas of women's issues, couple/family therapy, parent + child relationship issues, death & dying, chronic or catastrophic medical diagnosis, and first responder care.


Kimi received her undergraduate degrees from Dixie State University and Utah State University. In 2009, she graduated with a Masters in Social Work from the University of Utah. Her education was completed later in life, with most of it finished as a single mother to two small boys, one with a diagnosis of Autism. Kimi found a passion for mental health early in life and wanted to build a career around helping others.


At the age of 15, she faced medical issues that were anticipated to result in death. After surviving, her life shifted dramatically. She recognized the impact that people in the mental health field had on her and her parents.  She found her calling in a profession where she could assist others, inspired by the help she once received. Emboldened by her experience and with a goal in mind, she learned the specific licenses, training, and education required and did everything in her power to get there.


What fascinates Kimi about mental health is that it is unique to every person, and there is no one-size-fits-all. If you know one person with depression or anxiety (as an example), you know one person with depression or anxiety. She recognizes that diverse life experiences got each of us to where we are today, and only by exploring different methods/models will we help each person with their unique challenges.


Kimi is relatable, trustworthy, and kindhearted. She believes there is no "cookie cutter fix" to mental health and will work with each client individually to develop goals and a care plan. Kimi tries to help her patients understand that all emotions and feelings have a time and place, and we can't simply sweep them under the rug. Her care centers on trust and rapport; she strives to build both with each of her clients but recognizes that a client will know right away if they can't develop those things with her. If they can't, she will work with them to help them find a better fit!


Outside of work, Kimi loves spending time outside and believes that we live in one of the most beautiful places in the world, Southern Utah. To her, outdoor time is even better with her family, children, grandchildren, and friends. When not exploring the desert, Kimi enjoys alone time with a book, listening to live music, going to concerts, trying new foods, and traveling.


Ultimately, she aims to help her clients find acceptance, growth, and resilience and move forward in life, knowing they can always return if the need arises. Kimi aspires to grow suicide prevention efforts, which she believes will increase as we strive to normalize mental health throughout society.


A favorite quote of Kimi's is:

"Rebuild yourself to such an extent that the people you used to know can't recognize you at all."

- Unknown

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You can get in touch with Kimi by calling our office or by email. We look forward to meeting with you!

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