At The Bridge Bowling Green, Paul brings a diverse background with 20 years of experience in treating people with issues related to codependency, addictions, and trauma. He has also coached individuals and groups in leadership development on a corporate and interpersonal level. He has worked in both an inpatient setting in the past, and in private practice for 14 years. Paul holds a bachelors degree in behavioral science and a master’s degree in family systems counseling from Western Kentucky University. He also completed all requirements for his Ph.D. in Leadership Development with only full committee approval pending for the completion of that degree.More
Kim, joined The Bridge Bowling Green as Clinical Director in July 2012. Kim brings 27 years of clinical experience in treating people with issues related to mental health, addictions, domestic violence, trauma and codependency, both in the private practice arena and community mental health. Prior to coming to The Bridge, Kim worked 7 years for the University of Kentucky’s Center for Drug and Alcohol Research Program. She received her Bachelor of Social Work degree from Western Kentucky University in 1984 and her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Louisville’s Kent School of Social Work in 1985. Kim is a life-long resident of the Bowling Green area, and has been an active community member serving on a variety of social service agency board of directors.More
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