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Promoting Multicultural Awareness in ConnecticutMulticultural Therapy - Katherine Kim Acupuncture Arts in Westport, Fairfield, CT

We provide therapy that is evidence-based, trauma-informed, and multiculturally-aware.
Dr. Katherine Echo Kim is a mind-body therapist with over two decades of clinical expertise. We are aware of a variety of cultural issues that may affect personal and public health. Issues that affect your mental, emotional, and physical well-being are welcome for discussion during acupuncture sessions. Our clinic welcomes people from all backgrounds, faiths, and orientations. 

Educational resources - You are welcome here
History of Fairfield, CT
History of Westport, CT
Fairfield county, CT Census data
Fairfield census data 2020-2022
Westport census data 2020-2022
Office of Multicultural Affairs - (Interesting links)
Racial Equity and Justice Taskforce in Fairfield, CT
TEAM Westport - Together Effectively Achieving Multiculturalism
Westport 100 - Community club
A Better Chance of Westport
Westport Schools Diversity, Equity, Inclusion statement
Fairfield Public Schools Equity and Diversity
Fairfield Prep Diversity Statement
Sacred Heart University Multicultural Center
Fairfield University Diversity and Inclusive Excellence
Fairfield Theater's Collaborative steps to promote Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
Bridgeport University Multicultural Affairs
Bridgeport University's - (First ever) Diversity and Equity Campus Climate Survey 2022
Norwalk Community College - Institutional Diversity and Equity (newsletter)
Gateway Community College - Diversity Awareness Resources
Fairfield Police Dept - Added 12 more female police officers in 2022
Fairfield Fire Dept - Workforce diversity bias awareness has begun 

Feel free to contact us if you have questions or wish to set up an appointment.

Multicultural Therapy - Katherine Kim Acupuncture Arts in Westport, Fairfield, CT

Have you heard of the term global majority?  Global majority is a collective term for people of African, Asian, Latin American, and Arab descent who together comprise the vast majority (around 80%) of people in the world.

The next time you see a person of ethnic heritage and think of them as a "minority", BIPOC, AAPI, First Nations, etc, just recognize that they are part of the Global Majority and proceed from there. 

Katherine Kim Acupuncture Arts
212 Post Road West
Westport, CT 06880 USA

Katherine Echo Kim, DAc, LAc
Doctor of Acupuncture &
Integrative Medicine Specialist

Office hours
By appointment only