“Recovering from the Trauma of Abuse: Your Strength to Heal.”
In addition to being an undergraduate student at NDNU, Kim is the Executive Director of a nonprofit for abused women, addressing issues of human trafficking, mind control, and torture. She has written a book called, “Your Strength to Heal,” which is for survivors, caregivers, and clinicians dealing with PTSD, trauma, and addiction. Kim is herself a survivor of human trafficking and extreme abuse.
Today, Tuesday March 11, 12:30-1:30 in the Sister Dorothy Stang Center/Center for Spirituality/Office of Diversity Conference Room (behind the Cunningham Chapel).