Kim wears several hats at CRH. She is a clinical social worker who earned her masters degree at the Simmons School of Social Work in Boston, MA with a specialization in identity development and self esteem with children, adolescents, and adults. She also facilitated treatment groups in residential facilities focused on addiction, trauma and relationships.
After years of clinical experience, Kim also transitioned into the arena of management and organizational development. In the last five years, she has supported CRH in expanding and growing into its greater potential. In addition to her traditional clinical training, Kim is also trained in various forms of breath work, meditation, somatic modalities, intimacy coaching, Trauma Sensitive Yoga (TSY), and is certified as a Kundalini Yoga Teacher (KYT). Kim weaves these therapeutic modalities together for her clients’ optimal well-being and growth at The Center for Relational Healing, where she is also a member of the treatment team for CRH’s intensive outpatient programs (IOPs). Kim’s strong clinical background coupled with her business acumen makes her a great fit for her various roles at CRH.