Eunha Kim, Ph.D. Chicago Campus
"All of our students are invested in
changing the world and addressing
social injustice." Euhna Kim, Ph.D.
Eunha Kim, Ph.D.
Core Faculty, M.A. in Counseling Psychology Program
As a teacher, I have a duty to my profession, to my students, and to myself. Fulfilling this duty requires that I never stop learning, that I evaluate my performance among colleagues and students, and that I lead by example inside and outside the classroom. I strive to give all students an opportunity to learn by promoting intellectual diversity. It is because of my respect for diversity that I insist on a positive learning environment in which students can develop critical thinking skills and grow as socially responsible clinicians.
I teach at Adler because of its mission and vision of growth, excellence, social justice, and inclusion. I have been greatly impressed by our students and their commitment to learning, hard work, and open-mindedness. All of our students are invested in changing the world and addressing social injustice. I teach students at Adler but learn from them every day.
Please e-mail or call me (312-662-4307) if you have questions or would like more information about me.
- Ph.D., Ohio State University
- Licensed Clinical Psychology, (Illinois)
- American Psychological Association (Div. 17)
- Kim, E. H. (in press). Beyond language barriers: Teaching self-efficacy of international teaching assitants. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
- Kim, E. H. (2007). Brief Report. Occupational stress: A survey of psychotherapists in Korea and the United States. International Journal of Stress Management, 14, 111–120.
- Kim, E. H., & Lee, D. H. (in review). Collective self-esteem: The role of social context among Asian American college students.
- Suicidal Behaviors Among Korean GLB Individuals, Asian American Psychological Association Conference
- In A Different, Different Voice: Issues and Strategies of Career Development of Asian American Women, Illinois Association Multicultural Conference, 2010
- Enculturation and Acculturation Process Among Korean Immigrants in the US, Korean Counseling & Psychology Association, 2009
- Asian Cultural Values and Enculturation, American Psychological Association Conference, 2009
- Teaching Self-Efficacy of International Teaching Assistants, American Psychological Association Conference, 2009