Union Mission, a leading non-profit organization dedicated to reducing homelessness throughout the greater Savannah area, recently hired Kimberly M. Brauda, MS, LPC, as the clinical director of the Counseling Center at Union Mission. In her new position, Brauda oversees all aspects of programming and operations at the non-profit organization’s counseling center.
“Kim has the expertise to help individuals and families in need,” said Dr. Frances Carter, president and CEO of Union Mission. “She brings a wealth of experience to our team. We are excited to have her support to extend our reach even deeper into the community and to take our counseling programs to an even higher level of success.”
Before joining Union Mission, Brauda worked in private practice as a clinical psychologist in Savannah. She also has six years of experience working in the state prison system in Georgia and Alabama. She has counseled older adults at East Georgia Regional Medical Center in Statesboro, Ga. and families at Morningstar Family and Children Services in Brunswick, Ga.