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*TRIGGER WARNING* A Talk With Kim Wilkinson About The Loss Of Her Son Due To Addictions




 

By: Dr Tomi Mitchell



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In this episode, I had the pleasure of interviewing Kim Wilkinson.

 

About our Guest


Kim found her passion and purpose through her own journey of healing trauma and loss. The experience of losing her 22 year old son to overdose in 2019 after years of Mental Health and Addiction concerns was her greatest struggle and greatest gift.


She has become an expert in emotional health and healing and continues to study Trauma under one of the world’s most leading Trauma experts, Dr. Gabor Mate.


Kim has been a Facilitator/Teacher for over 25 years. She is a certified Yoga/Meditation Teacher, Reiki Master, Belief Clearing Practitioner, Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist and Life Coach who works with clients across Canada and the U.S.


In addition to one on one coaching, she facilitates a variety of healing and personal growth programs. April of 2021 Kim launched her own 4-week online program, entitled Empowered Transformation. The high demand for this program has led Kim to now training a team of Facilitators to teach this program.


Her own incredible journey of healing and transformation along with her trainings and certifications have helped many of her clients find freedom and peace from their past traumas and struggles.


Kim was recognized as one of Brainz Global Top 500 for 2020. She is a published author of several articles and has 2 books being released in the fall of 2021.



Key Takeaways

  • Understand ourselves, the why behind our struggles, our behaviors and the patterns so we can find freedom through action.

  • You can't fix, change or heal what you are not aware of.

  • I help them to become more aware. We only know what we know. When you know better, you do better.


 


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