||Hybrid Lunch Table: Meet Irang Kim
||Asian American Center and Zoom
Asian American Center
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Join us to meet Irang Kim, CAPS Fellow, at our first Hybrid Lunch Table of the year. Due to COVID restrictions, we will be providing take-away lunches to ten in-person registrants (first to sign up) to enjoy outside after the event. Please join us virtually - you will receive a zoom link via email and will need to sign in using your UNC Onyen.
Irang Kim, LCSWA, LCASA, is a Post Master’s Social Work Fellow at CAPS. She earned her Bachelor of Social Science in Social Welfare (BSW) from Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, and her Master of Social Work (MSW) from North Carolina State University. As a first generation immigrant from South Korea, Irang Kim has been through the international students and immigrant women experiences from the diverse parts of the United States. Irang has passion for serving racially and ethnically diverse populations with immigration trauma, adjustment issues, generational conflicts, addictive behavioral concerns, anxiety & depression issues, and loneliness. Her clinical practice utilizes client centered and strengths-based brief therapy model with cultural humility perspective. She believes the therapeutic process starts and finish with client’s self-determination with a support of a therapist who honors each individual’s diverse backgrounds. Outside of CAPS, Irang enjoys spending time in the nature – trekking or kayaking at the local parks, gardening, or having a picnic with family and friends.