Kim offers clients a space to slow down and simply breathe. Through a natural grounding and empathic presence, a strong relationship with each of her clients, and a holistic and mindfulness-centered approach, she helps both individuals and couples feel safe and supported enough to relax their grip and explore what’s really getting in the way of the deep wellbeing, relationships and lives they long for and deserve.
Both building upon neuroscience’s growing understanding of the connection between mind and body and as a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200), Kim takes a highly integrative approach to the therapeutic process and incorporates evidence-based mindfulness, somatic, and cognitive-behavioral practices into her work in addition to creative and imaginative techniques that help clients access parts of themselves buried deep beneath the surface. Kim has further education in Mindfulness, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Positive Psychology, and Gestalt.
If you found your way here, the idea of therapy might still be feeling a little scary or unknown. But something brought you right here, right now. So whenever you’re ready, Kim is interested in getting to know whatever that something is within you a little bit more. Let this be your call.