Dr. Kim Baldwin is Assistant Professor of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the seminary of Lincoln Christian University. She has degrees from Abiline Christian University (BS), Lincoln Christian Seminary (MA), and Wheaton College (MA, PsyD). She is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Illinois. Her areas of clinical interest include complex trauma, grief and loss, supervision, couples’ therapy, diversity issues, veteran’s concerns, eating disorders, and the integration of theology and psychology. She loves to garden, read, cook, take long walks, camp, crochet, travel, and spend time with her family (husband and two children).
See the articles Kim contributed to Room For Doubt.