Kim is open hearted and deeply empathic. Her desire to be of service is evident in the way she shows up, present and willing, ready to help. Kim believes that a strong therapeutic relationship provides the foundation for positive change. Welcoming to people from all walks of life, she provides a safe, judgment-free space for exploring your troubles as well as your needs, wants, and goals. Kim’s insightfulness will aid in your ability to better understand yourself.
Believing in the power of relationships, Kim recognizes the impact problematic relationships have on well-being as well as the healing power of positive relationships. For this reason, she is passionate about working with individuals with relationship concerns as well as with couples wanting to improve their partnerships.
Additionally, Kim is experienced in working with college students, and she loves assisting people as they navigate this important journey, confronting countless transitions, pressures, and opportunities.
Kim recently returned from Thailand where she was working as a school counselor with students from many Asian and Western countries. Kim has also spent time facilitating conflict-management groups in Ghana, Africa. Multiculturally competent, Kim welcomes people from all walks of life. She is sensitive to and welcomes each client’s cultural background and individuality. Kim is unassuming and is eager to get to know each client for their own uniqueness.
ALL Westside therapists welcome and affirm members of the LGBTQI community, as well as any other groups who struggle for support, acceptance, and recognition.
Relationship Concerns, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD,
Adults, Adolescents, College Students, Individuals, Couples
4513 Vernon Blvd, Suite 100
University of Wisconsin - Madison MS
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire