Brian Kim, B.A.
Marriage & Family Therapist Trainee
Supervised by Steven Kinstler, M.A.
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist
LMFT 90555
(650) 570-7273 Ext: 122

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 EDUCATION:
B.A. Philosophy, Rutgers University

 CLIENT POPULATION:
Adults
Couples
Children
Families
Adoptive Families
Blended Families
Clergy

 AREAS OF FOCUS:
Addiction
Anxiety
Depression
Family of Origin Issues
Life Transitions
Marital Therapy
Parenting
Premarital Therapy

CERTIFICATIONS | MEMBERSHIPS:
California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists (CAMFT)

 ABOUT BRIAN:
Brian is a caring and empathetic individual that loves helping others move towards wholeness and fulfillment. His calm and peaceful demeanor pair with a commitment to growth that serve to support each individual’s development. Brian recognizes that each of us has both a story to tell of the past and also one to author moving forward. His work focuses on empowering individuals and groups to find the solutions they are seeking.

Brian has worked closely with families and children for over 6 years as part of the Marriage and Family team at Reality San Francisco. Families are complex and powerful systems that influence all members for better or worse. Discovering each family’s strengths and weaknesses are part of the journey to health. To help a family thrive is an incredible privilege and integral part of Brian’s passions.

At heart, Brian simply wants to see people integrated, healed and living with purpose that brings life and joy. He listens carefully to each person’s present circumstances, challenges and hopes to form a collaborative relationship that facilitates change. Whether working with individuals, couples or family systems, Brian’s focus is always on supporting those he sees.

Sessions with Brian will incorporate somatic elements and mindfulness to enhance the therapeutic experience. Growing in our awareness of our own physical bodies is an effective way to support the process of transformation. These practices also facilitate healing, foster self-control and reduce stress.

Brian has been married to Ruthie for 14 years and has two energetic boys. He loves being active, anything to do with basketball, good music and exploring new restaurants.