Specializes in Individual, Adolescent, Children’s & Family Therapy
Kim was born in North Carolina, but has also lived in New York and Colorado. She earned her Bachelor of Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo, a degree in Secondary Social Studies Education from Buffalo State College, and a Master of Arts in Counseling from the University of Phoenix. Kim spent ten years as an educator in the Denver Public Schools and is now a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counseling Associate in the state of North Carolina. She has experience with both individual and group therapy, and has training in EMDR, Play Therapy, Polyvagal Theory, and Internal Family Systems Therapy.
Kim believes in a person-centered, solution focused, approach to therapy and views the world through a strengths based, neurodiversity and gender affirming lens. She enjoys helping clients with anxiety, autism, depression, trauma, AD/HD, bipolar disorder, dyspraxia, executive functioning, interoception, and low self esteem. She also has experience with families involved in adopting and fostering children. Kim loves adventure and enjoys going on road trips and camping with her family and friends.