- School of Social Work
Kim Harriman has been in the clinical world for 30 years. As a new clinician, she started a program in a community mental health setting for deaf and hearing-impaired individuals and their families. She went on to supervisory and administrative roles in this setting, and later worked on an inpatient unit, a hospital emergency department, and more recently in a newly certified community hospice developing its social work and bereavement components. For many years, she maintained a clinical practice with special interest in chronic illness, postpartum depression and bereavement.
What I Teach
- Field Education
Professional Affiliations & Memberships
- Clinical Social Worker Private Practice - 1987-Present
- Norwell VNA and Hospice, Inc - Bereavement Coordinator; Clinical Social Worker - 2008-2010
- Hospice of Boston/Greater Brockton - Clinical Social Worker - 2007-2008