DEI Speaker Series – When the Warrior Returns: An Exploration into Veteran Culture & Life
March 25, 2022 • Uncategorized
As a combat veteran and psychoanalyst, Mike Kim has helped veterans through war trauma and veteran readjustment for nearly three decades. Join us for an up-close and personal session exploring veteran culture and life on April 7, 3 pm via Zoom.
Combat Veteran | Psychoanalyst
Former Monk | War Trauma Counselor
Mike Kim is a psychoanalyst, ex-monk, combat veteran and retired US Department of Veterans Affairs Vet Center site director/lead war trauma readjustment counselor. W ith more than 20,000 clinical hours in facilitating war trauma therapy, he has helped veterans, active/reserve military personnel and their families since the early 1990’s.
Kim’s military service goes back to 1986, and he intermittently served in the U.S. military through 2009. He is a graduate of Norwich University – The Military College of Vermont, Yale University, and the Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma.
Mike Kim is a public intellectual in the veteran terrain. He has published, performed and lectured in diverse academic and popular culture domains. He researches war trauma/readjustment and veteran/military culture from an interdisciplinary cultural studies approach at Teachers College, Columbia University as a doctoral candidate. Google “Mike Kim Veteran” to learn more about war and veteran culture.
The College of Pharmacy formed the Pharmacy for Equity, Acceptance, Compassion, and Excellence (PEACE) Task Force, comprised of students, faculty and staff, to evaluate areas of opportunity and develop initiatives to address diversity, equity and inclusion within the college.