Kim House, LPC, LADC, earned her bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management from Oklahoma Wesleyan University. She furthered her studies and graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1999 with her Master’s degree in Human Relations and earned her license to practice counseling, as well as her license as a drug and alcohol counselor. Kim has extensive training and experience in treating trauma, PTSD and addictions using EMDR (Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing). Kim uses a few different treatment modalities that include Solution Focused Therapy-a coaching style of therapy, focusing on solutions and creating hope and possibilities. A collaborative effort that empowers the client to identify core values and goals from a holistic viewpoint and keeps the client continually moving toward their goals. She also uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-helping the client understand the relationship between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Lastly, Kim uses Dialectical Behavioral Therapy-helping the client learn to manage their stress, providing skill son how to manage stressful situations, emotions regulation and interpersonal effectiveness. She enjoys working with individuals and couples in relationship-building, self-esteem issues, social anxiety, and re-establishing balance in their life. Her passion is bringing hope and perspective to individuals’ lives, helping them find their purpose in life and empowering them to find “joy in their journey.”
Kim currently resides in Norman with her husband Tim, where she enjoys golf, badminton with their grandchildren, running, cooking and gardening.