Kim has more than 20 years of applied experience
working with infants, toddlers, children, adolescents
and adults. She has worked with clients with
developmental disabilities; histories of trauma including
medical trauma; institutionalization, reactive attachment
disorder, mental illness and/or co-occurring diagnoses.
Kim uses strength based, empirically sound models of
treatment. She has documented competencies in
Family Systems Theory and Practice, post graduate
certifications in Imago Relationship Therapy, Infant
Mental Health, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy
and a Level III Endorsement as an Infant Mental Health
Specialist, by the accrediting body of the Michigan
Association of Infant Mental Health (MI-AIMH).
Kim provides individual and group reflective-clinical
supervision for BSW, MSW and IMH clinicians.
In addition to providing trainings in the community for
professionals and parents, she taught as an adjunct
professor at Lawrence Technological University and
guest lectured at Wayne State University, Macomb
County Community College and The Michigan School
of Professional Psychology.
Kim is passionate about guiding people in creating the life of their dreams.