Counseling and Admin Staff
Kim Haines, MA
Kim Haines, MA, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, has a Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling and a Master of Arts degree in Human Services Counseling with emphasis in Crisis Response and Trauma from Liberty University.
Kim has several years’ experience in working with addiction, codependency, trauma and resilience, depression, anxiety, relationships, family conflict, spirituality, self-esteem, grief and other areas of life change.
Kim uses a mindfulness approach that focuses on the client feeling “understood and accepted” for who they are. She explores obstacles to healing and healthy relationships with the client. She uses cognitive-behavioral therapy to help the client with negative self-talk and how to practice self-love and compassion.
She is very passionate about her clients learning how to see themselves through a lens of self-worth and understanding by using a strength-based perspective of tools to help guide them to understand and celebrate themselves for the unique human beings they are and use the strengths given to them to work through the circumstances and traumas of life.
Adults • Couples • Adolescent 16+ • Anxiety • Depression • Addiction • Co-dependency • Mood Disorders • Relationship/Marriage Issues • Self-Esteem • Social Phobia • Spirituality * Grief/Loss * PTSD