Kim is a City U alum who graduated from the program when it was just starting out. She has been teaching for City U for approximately 4 year now. She works at Alberta Health Services in the Shared Mental Health Team as a Behavioural Health Consultant. She also has a private practice. She has special training in Sex Addiction treatment but sees a broad range of clients for many different presenting concerns. She has experience as a clinical supervisor and also supervises provisional psychologists.
Kim believes learning happens best through interaction and experiential moments. She also likes to focus on any special learning requests from students if she can. She enjoys the interactions with students and finds that she can learn from them as well. By sharing and processing information as a group the learning process becomes richer. It is important to look at practical aspects of the topics and how they will be used in a live clinical setting. She values the opportunity for students to be able to learn how to conceptualize a case and develop their own model of counselling.