Kim is a trainer with Safer Schools Together and has been working with teens for over 20 years; she has spent the last 9 years working specifically with children and youth who are at moderate to high risk for suicide.
Over the years, Kim has worked with children, youth, families and couples involving a multitude of mental health issues and other challenges. Kim is also an experienced facilitator and has provided suicide prevention workshops and other training for Corrections Canada, 911 Operators, RCMP, doctors and school districts across the province. She has been repeatedly invited to guest lecture at Douglas College.
Kim holds a Master’s of Education in Counselling from the University of British Columbia, is a registered clinical counsellor and a member of the American Association of Suicidology.