Areas of Expertise
Kim loves working with a limited number of counseling clients and offers an approach focused on wellness and helping each client feel supported to make changes. Kim's clients include people dealing with life transitions, concerned and tired parents, people experiencing grief, people seeking relief from anxiety, couples seeking to connect.
Kim offers a new model for counseling and wellness including a holistic approach, practical ideas for change, a beautiful setting, yoga and retreat offerings, bibliotherapy, mind/body connection, and respectful, empowering conversation with clients. Kim's intention is to help clients move toward greater peace and well-being in their lives.
Kim has found yoga to be a life changing path. She now teaches a weekly class at Yoga Center of Columbia and infuses mind/body philosophy in all she does. She loves sharing the many gifts of yoga with her clients.
Writing and Facilitation
Kim learns through writing. She journals, blogs, and occasionally publishes her thoughts, often on her observations of her own life. She loves writing with clients. Kim enjoys facilitating group discussions and also working as an educational consultant and Gallup Coach and facilitator in business and school settings.
If you are feeling anxious, overwhelmed, stuck, in transition....help is truly a phone call away. Don't suffer alone! I approach all of my work with the same intention - helping my clients to feel better emotionally, physically, and spiritually. My experiences in mindfulness, yoga, education, counseling, and as a wife and mother all contribute to my work.
I approach my clients with respect and work with them to find the solutions that feel best for them. I offer concrete suggestions, readings, practices, and strategies and also listen deeply (which is healing just in and of itself). I ask questions that can help clients who feel stuck in one way or another and enjoy finding connections with my clients. It is not unusual for a client to cry in my office, but it is also not unusual for a client to laugh.
I keep my client base small to offer the kind of attention that I want when I reach out for help. Please call or email to inquire.