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Hi! I'm Kim. 

I empower clients to overcome challenging obstacles to start living happier, healthier lives. 


I work with clients in stressful, demanding career fields, such as law, medicine, academia, and business. I employ effective, evidence-based treatment methods that will provide tools and strategies to create positive movement in all parts of life. 

My previous work in government and the non-profit sector, as well as own life experience as a mother, dedicated community volunteer, and marathon runner, helps me better understand the stress of a chaotic, full life.


 Together, we will work to create, develop and apply more functional mindsets, cognitive blueprints, and effective roadmaps to help you achieve your goals. 

I work from a systems-based perspective, utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Functional Family Therapy, Emotionally-Focused Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, and the Gottman Method. 

My work includes diverse populations with varying levels of needs.

There is no problem too big or too small.  



Bachelor's Degree (BS)

Illinois Wesleyan University, 

Bloomington, IL

Double major: Psychology and English Literature


Master's Degree (MS). 

Indiana University, 

Bloomington, IN

Major: Counseling and Counseling Psychology 



University of Nevada, 

Las Vegas, NV 

Endorsement in Marriage and Family Therapy 



Marriage and Family Therapist

State of Nevada, #01011

After passing the Nevada State MFT exam in 2003, I was admitted to practice in the state as an MFT-Intern. After the successful completion of over 5,000 clinical and supervisory hours in 2005, I earned full licensure to practice, including working with individuals, couples, and families. 


I retired my license in 2010 to take on my most important job yet: being a mom. To this day, there is no greater teacher than Motherhood. Much of clinicial experiences have been shaped through real-world experiences of raising a child.  

2020 to present 

Marriage and Family Therapist

State of Nevada, # 4113

With the decision to return back to clinicial practice full-time, I submitted my application to the State Board and was granted a new license. I continue to practice under this license number. 

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