Kim (she, her, hers) is currently a Master of Social Work practicum student with the University of Nebraska at Omaha. She has over 20 years of experience in child welfare including direct care for children/youth with medical and mental health needs, mental health case management, foster care case management, program management, and quality assurance.
Kim enjoys working with individuals to navigate the challenges of life, whether they are personal, with family, or with peers. Areas of interest include supporting people living with anxiety, depression, trauma, life transitions, parenting skills, professional development, and communication. Kim approaches therapy from a humanistic lens, focusing on building a relationship that empowers each individual’s autonomy and sense of self. Kim works with each individual to enhance coping skills and self-care through the support of the mind-body connection and use of cognitive-behavioral skills.