Kim Cooke, LICSW, is a warm, engaging therapist who values collaborative work with her clients. Kim draws on a wide range of clinical and non-profit experience, including work with new parents, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, homeless women and their children, college students, couples, and adults experiencing a range of life transitions. An Oberlin College graduate and Boston resident of almost 35 years, Kim earned her MSW from Boston University with a specialization in group work. Kim is committed to ongoing engagement with anti-racism and anti-oppression work. Kim is an EMDR-trained clinician whose work with clients has supported their navigation through places where they feel “stuck” (anxiety/panic attacks, depression, grief, post-traumatic stress). Kim incorporates mindfulness-oriented practices into her therapeutic work, drawing on both her training in the use of mind/body skills, as well as her own daily yoga and meditation practices. Kim’s clinical interests include perinatal health, parenting, couple’s work, grief, adult children with aging parents, EMDR, and integrating mindfulness-oriented practices into psychotherapy.