As a Master Trainer at PCRP, Kimberlee Shoecraft, LICSW, enthusiastically trains both the Parent Child Interaction Feeding and Teaching scales and the Promoting First Relationships program. Kimberlee has been providing and training these programs for about 15 years. Kimberlee began working with the PCI scales and PFR with child welfare involved families in the state of WA and she has provided training in these programs to people all over the world.
Kimberlee is a licensed independent clinical social worker and a certified chemical dependency counselor in Washington State. She completed a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Sociology at Central Washington University and a Master’s Degree in Social Work at Eastern Washington University. She has spent the last 15 years training social service professionals nationally and internationally in other evidence-based programs, as well as providing clinical supervision and consultation for social service professionals working with children and families. Kimberlee has also worked as a psychiatric social worker in the ER and spent three years working in the Middle East and many African countries developing psychosocial programs primarily for refugee populations.