Kim Bochinski is a professional counsellor in private practice for 23 years, starting at the Winnipeg Christian Counselling Group, and currently practicing at the Birch Wellness Centre. She obtained a Bachelor of Biblical Studies degree at Canadian Bible College, completed a Master of Arts degree in Counselling at Providence Theological Seminary, and is currently studying Dissociative Identity Disorder to obtain a Doctorate of Biblical Counselling from the Biblical Life College and Seminary in Seymour, Missouri. She has been a member of the Professional Association of Christian Counsellors and Psychotherapists since 1995. She has been married for 24 years and is a mother of two young adults.
Kim has a successful record of helping people to experience healing as well as create and maintain healthy lifestyle choices to accomplish personal goals. She provides compassion, encouragement, support and teaching for clients to experience positive results in every area of their lives, emotional, relational, physical, financial and intellectual. It is her desire for people to have answers and experience a greater sense of hope, meaning and purpose.
- Anxiety & Depression
- Grief & Loss Bereavement
- Relationship & Family
- Long term & Short term goal focused therapy
- Christian Counselling & Spiritual Issues
Kim has extensive training and experience in leading workshops, dealing with trauma interventions as well as corporate group debriefings. In her work with individuals, Kim seeks to find perspective for the heart in introducing and utilizing core belief based tools, as well as tools to increase strength and capacity to resolve issues. Kim can facilitate a process to experience peace and calm at the root, source and origin of emotional pain, so that the client can receive truth to be free to be able to respond well, as opposed to react in current life situations. It is Kim’s privilege to come alongside others no matter where they come from or what background they have.
- When there is pain, peace can be experienced
- When there is fear, it can be replaced with wisdom
- When there is conflict, there are healthy ways to become not bitter, but better