Reality Check Fact #2

Over 50% of PSU students report having 4 or fewer drinks each week, if they drink at all.

Fact taken from 2009 NH Higher Education on line Alcohol and Drug Survey at PSU.

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Kimberly Burke

Kim Burke

Kim came to PSU as a part-time student counselor in 2013.

Education and Credentials:

B.S. – Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with Option in Marketing from the University of New Hampshire.

M. Ed. – Plymouth State University. Counselor Education: Mental Health. 2014

AMHCA – member of the American Mental Health Counselor’s Association

Biographical data:

Kim worked in the Business Administration field for 8 years prior to pursuing her Master’s degree in mental health counseling.  Her approach to counseling comes from a Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused perspective.  She enjoys working with college-aged students and is pursuing her Eating Disorder Institute certificate here at Plymouth State University, of which she would like to develop a specialization.

Kim’s hobbies include:

Spending time with family and friends, enjoying the outdoors, being a fan of the New England professional sports teams, traveling, running, biking, training for road races, reading, cooking and eating.

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