Kim Warner-Hudy has worked professionally in the field of child welfare since 1996. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and founder and owner of a private practice currently licensed in the state of Tennessee. She specializes in attachment and trauma and works with children, adults and families. Her experiences range from culture camps for international adoptees in the Southeast and the Pacific Northwest, foster care, domestic adoption, international adoption, mental health and administration.
Kim is formally trained in ARC; EMDR; Theraplay®; and TF-CBT. She is also a TBRI® trained professional and TBRI® Parent Educator. Since 2016, Kim has been a volunteer for the Council on Accreditation in New York as both Hague Reviewer and Peer Evaluator.
She is a Korean adoptee and an adoptive parent who speaks and trains locally on issues impacting vulnerable children and families.