Eunice Kim, LCSW
Eunice Kim, LCSW, received her Master of Social Work degree at Washington University in St. Louis and is a licensed mental health clinician in the state of New York. During her career, she has worked with people across the life spectrum, who have experienced trauma as well as those diagnosed with developmental disabilities and/or behavioral health disorders within hospital, school, and outpatient settings. She has experience providing Collaborative Care as a Depression Care Clinician and conducting trainings on various components of the model, including Problem Solving Treatment. Eunice Kim has also served as a faculty member for the Zero Suicide Institute through the Suicide Prevention Resource Center since 2016. As an Implementation Specialist, Eunice works directly with clinics to facilitate effective practice change in support of Collaborative Care implementation and other integrated care initiatives, including suicide prevention, peripartum depression treatment, and workforce development.