Kim completed her doctoral internship at Virginia Commonwealth University and joined CAPS in 2019 as a Postdoctoral Fellow. She has previously trained at several university counseling centers providing individual/group therapy, outreach, academic counseling, and crisis care. Kim approaches treatment from an interpersonal/dynamic lens while integrating feminist and multicultural frameworks. She strives to create an affirming space within therapy and focuses on strengths and resilience while actively exploring the impact of identity on presenting concerns. She emphasizes collaboration in treatment and values receiving feedback from clients to empower their voices in the room and encourage self-advocacy. In her free time, Kim enjoys backpacking, camping in the Rocky Mountains, cooking new dishes and reading.
The thing I'd most like to do
Visit all of the US National Parks.
Areas of interest
Transgender affirming care, students of color, sexuality, QTPOC, pregnant & parenting students, first generation & non-traditional college students, disordered eating an body image, family and attachment.