Meredith Kolk-Tomberlin, LCSW, ACSW
Meredith Kolk-Tomberlin, LCSW, ACSW, is a North Carolina licensed clinical social worker. She also holds certification as an independent social worker through the National Association of Social Workers. She earned a Masters of Social Work from Florida State University (1992) and holds specialty certifications in school social work (NASW-NC) and divorce issues from Loyola Law School. Providing clinical social work therapy to children, adolescents, and families for over 20 years, she has extensive experience dealing with ADD, anxiety/OCD, depression/mood disorders, social/school adjustment and performance concerns. Therapy for eating disorders is of special interest to Meredith. She served as the director of both the Eating Disorder Partial Hospital Program and the Intensive Outpatient Program at Walden Behavioral Care, located outside Boston. Additionally, she contributed to Medical Director Dr. James Greenblatt’s book, Answers to Anorexia. Meredith has a special interest in families with adoptive children, parents with multiples, and blended families. In her clinical work, Meredith utilizes CBT, DBT, traditional behavioral modification approaches, thought and skill-based mindfulness, and family therapy. She believes in supporting and guiding families as a clinical partner through their challenges and assisting them in finding their unique strengths and opportunities for growth within their family systems.
Meredith has contributed to the National Association of Social Workers by serving as the NC State Co-Chair for School Social Work and as a member of two statewide teams for the NC Department of Public Instruction.