Kimberley Bradbury is a Registered Social worker. Kim has 20 + years of experience working with a diverse population of individuals. She has worked with many indigenous clients, their families, and local programs serving this population. She practices with a trauma-informed lens.
She has acquired a certificate in San’yas ICS training. This eight-week online program helps participants enhance their self-awareness and strengthen the skills of those who work both directly and indirectly with indigenous people.
Kim is registered with NIHB.
Her work is inspired by a Client-Centered approach with dynamic therapeutic modalities in Solution Focused Therapy, Family Systems Theory and Cognitive Behavior Therapy.
Kim takes a strength-based approach to her work with clients who may experience a range of mental health concerns; depression, anxiety, addictions, trauma, grief and anger management.
Kim believes in an ethically sound practice wherein her client’s needs come first; she believes in the dignity and worth of people and their ability to improve their lives. She also supports the rights of clients’ self-determination and respects diversity and culture in her work with clients.
Qualifications: Kim has a Bachelor of Honors in Sociology/psychology and a Master’s degree in Social work. Kim is registered in good standing with the College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers and with the Ontario Association of Social Workers. In addition, she has certificates in Mindfulness, Counselling and Teaching Effectiveness.
Kim is available for online (phone and video) counselling across Ontario.