Erin Kim grew up in South Korea and Lexington, MA. She majored in East Asian Studies at Princeton University, and received her M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from the Family Institute at Northwestern University. Erin completed her clinical training at the Bette D. Harris Family and Child Clinic, where she worked with families, couples, adolescents, and young adults from diverse backgrounds. Her approach is integrative and systemic, addressing emotional, behavioral, and relational problems in the context of both family and extra familial relationships. She is passionate about helping individuals and families heal, and believes that healthy interdependence is one of the keys to human flourishing. Having studied or worked in Korea, China, France, and India, she is especially interested in how culture interacts with mental health, as well as the family system and life cycle.