*ATTENTION* This episode delves into some difficult subjects including self-harm, trauma, and racism. If these are sensitive subjects for you, please keep that in mind before you listen.
Sandra Myounga Kim, LMHC, is a mental health clinician and founder of a telehealth-based, wellness & life coaching service called Talk Therapy Tuebingen, which supports the mental health and well-being of international students and professionals. Sandra’s firsthand experience as an ex-pat and her background in education, ministry, the arts, and fitness, have informed her understanding and compassion for people’s vulnerabilities and health struggles. In practice and in spirit, Sandra is the consummate advocate of healthy living and a whole health approach to wellness.
In this episode, we discuss the weight of imposter syndrome, suicide loss, and the non-linear path to healing. Be sure to check out Sandra’s list of links and resources!
SANDRA’S LIST OF LINKS & RESOURCES
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/talktherapytubingen/
- Website: https://www.talktherapytuebingen.de/
Mental and Physical Health Strategies (Coping with COVID)
Videos by Sandra M. Kim:
- Breathing Techniques to Calm Self
- Imposter Syndrome
- On Confidence
3 YouTube Recommendations for Mental Health:
- Kati Morton
- Dr. Tracey Marks
- School of Life
Resources to Find A Mental Health Provider:
Apps to Help Manage Mental Health Symptoms:
Calm, Headspace, Talkspace, Happify
- Status Anxiety:
- For Relationships: Eight Dates:
- Thinking Fast and Slow:
- For Christian growth/discovery:
Tim Keller: https://timothykeller.com/
More About Sandra Kim:
Sandra M. Kim is a mental health clinician, fitness instructor, education consultant, former youth pastor, art teacher and higher ed administrator. She hails from sunny, southern California but has lived in 6 different countries and 4 different states (MA, NY, VA, CA), which has influenced her perspectives of the world and people. Having worked/lived in 9 countries around the world, including towns in Germany, Kenya, China, Korea, and the US, she is also well-versed in the triumphs and challenges of feeling like a foreigner, even in her own country. Her hope is to bring an overall health and wellness mindset to all, merging the mental, physical, spiritual, emotional, relational, and professional/academic.
The information on this page is not intended or implied to be a substitute for individualized health care, professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. All content in this podcast is for general information purposes only.
** If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health or suicide ideation, resources are available through the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health (mass.gov), the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Massachusetts (namimass.org), or the Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention (masspreventsuicide.org).