Kim Honeycutt graduated from Columbia College in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then received a Master of Social Work degree from the University of South Carolina in 1998. After years of working in secular facilities, Kim wanted to be more open about her life as a Christ-centered recovered alcoholic. As a result, she founded Peer In Psychotherapy Center in 2005, a Christ-centered psychotherapy organization open to all seeking emotional healing. As a Psychotherapist, Kim provides individual, couple, and family therapy services at her Huntersville office. In addition to providing therapy, she also has been published in several magazines including My School Rocks, Static, and Charlotte Woman. Her speaking engagements include Tedx Talk Charlotte, Myers Park High School, Substance Abuse Prevention Services Center, Providence High School, Independence Hill Baptist Church, Mosaic Church, Grace Crossing Church, Grace Covenant Church Women’s Ministry, icuTalks, The Collected Podcast, Columbia College, and Kim is an emcee for icuTalks Hear Voices weekly podcast. Kim was rated second for Psychotherapist in the Charlotte area by Charlotte Fitness Lifestyles for 2018. She has made regular appearances on television and has been featured on National Public Radio. Her book But Your Mother Loves You: How to Overcome the Cycle of Toxic Love and Live Your Life Without Shame is available online at Barnes & Noble, Books A Million, Target, and Amazon (because what isn’t on Amazon). If you want an autographed copy, you can order right here on her website! The kindle version of her book is ready for download from iBooks or Amazon and her book is also available as audiobook. Kim is also the Executive Director and co-founder of icuTalks a speaking ministry that helps people hear the message of God’s redeeming Love. In 2020 the year of hell, Kim decided to start her own podcast called Flip Your Lid. It is available on iTunes, Spotify, and all the other cool spots.
If you would like more information on Kim’s upcoming speaking engagements, please click on the ‘speaking’ button at the top of the page or visit icuTalks.org .