Kim received her Master in Social Work degree from the University of Illinois, Chicago, in 1987 and became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in 1993. She also attended a year of law school as a Civitas Child Law fellow. Over the years, she has worked in adoption, foster care, family preservation and mental health counseling.
Kim works with youth and adults on a wide variety of issues and describes her therapy style as eclectic and family-oriented. She is familiar with anxiety, depression, ADHD, codependency, health concerns, trauma and child welfare Issues, including adoption, foster care, abuse and neglect. Kim enjoys working with families as they go through the stages of family life. She herself is married to Kent and has two young adult children. Having been single well into adulthood, she too understands the challenges for singles in church and society.