Associate Member: Australian Psychological Society, AssocMAPS (Aus)
Kim has an educational background in Psychology, completing a Bachelor of Science majoring in Psychology in Australia. She graduated from City University of Hong Kong with a Master of Applied Psychology. Kim has also completed numerous counselling courses including The Asia Pacific Certification Commission for Addiction Professionals (APCCAP) Level I.
Since graduating Kim has worked with asylum seekers, counselling inmates in a Hong Kong prison and suicide prevention and has also provided support for clients with addiction issues. Recently, Kim completed an internship at a drug and alcohol center in Thailand where she gained very valuable experience working with clients from all over the world. Kim was able to learn all aspects of rehabilitation from intake to discharge, this hands on experience allowed her to work with clients using a holistic approach.
Kim works with adolescents and adults in one to one and group therapy, utilizing the modalities of Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Motivational Interviewing as well as Mindfulness practices and Client Centered Therapy techniques.