Kim is a qualified psychotherapist and naturopath, with 30 years’ clinical experience. Kim has worked in a diverse range of areas including family support, foster care, drug and alcohol services, and the disability sector. Kim also owned and managed a multi-modality natural medicine clinic and health food shop for ten years in country Victoria.
For the past eight years, Kim has taught at Endeavour College across the Social Sciences, Naturopathy, and Nutrition Departments. She finds it a joy and privilege to be part of the learning journey of the next generation of natural medicine practitioners. Kim is also actively engaged in research and has published numerous papers in peer reviewed journals. Her area of research interest is the intersection between clinical reasoning, medical philosophy, and complexity science.
While working in a holistic manner, Kim’s area of interest is mental health and wellbeing, and she continues to work in a clinical capacity supporting people who are dealing with trauma related issues, anxiety, and depression. As well as working with individuals, Kim specialises in working with groups and believes that when facilitated appropriately, the dynamic of a group setting can be a powerful therapeutic force. Kim uses a person-centred approach in her clinic and is constantly in awe of the healing capacity of authenticity, unconditional positive regard, compassion, and empathy.
PhD (Health) Candidate, University of Technology, SydneyMaster of Psychotherapy, Cairnmillar InstituteBachelor of Science (Honours Psychology), Monash UniversityBachelor of Health Science, Charles Sturt University
"Endeavour’s short courses offer the wider community an opportunity to learn about natural health. Their edge comes from being enriched by the College’s holistic approach, self-reflection and the social ethics of what a broader perspective about medicine can achieve."
- Dr Paul Strube
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