Kimberly M


Kim became a therapist because she loves watching people do what they thought was impossible and achieve their goals. Five years later, the change process and being able to witness the tools working in her clients’ lives still drives her.

Graduating with both a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Utah in 2009 and a Master of Social Work in 2017.

She is trained in EMDR,  A.R.T. (Accelerated Resolution Therapy), ACT, DBT, MI and Complex Trauma. Her areas of expertise are primarily with adults who have substance use disorders, antisocial personality disorders or severe mental illness. She has also worked with all ages and abilities in the field of adaptive education and been an adaptive ski and snowboard instructor since 2002.

Kim has extensive work with anxiety, depression and mental illnesses. She has gained this experience through working closely with her clients on managing the coping skills that no longer serve them. Clients typically say she provides a judgment-free, honest and supportive environment. She is honored to be able to participate in their healing journey.

Outside of her work with clients, Kim is also passionate about social justice. She has volunteered with Park City People First for a few years, earning a volunteer award from them. She also tries to volunteer whenever possible in areas of housing, recreation, mental health, trail clean up, and others.

She enjoys doing anything outside, live music, hanging out with her dog and cat, gardening and going up to the mountains any chance she can get.

Kim wants people to know that mental health is the foundation of all health. She believes that we all want to contribute and feel like we have a purpose. Healing trauma and working through barriers helps people get there.