About icuTalks

Kim Honeycutt
Executive Director of icuTalks

icuTalks is a new ministry and powerful way for local, everyday people to share how God’s redeeming love has prevailed in their lives. Every third Tuesday of the month we bring our mission of creating a safe, vulnerable healing environment through authentic sharing of God’s redeeming love to life at Mosaic’s Hope Center 7 pm. We bring speakers together who each share about their Christian walk, but not the gentle, smooth path. Our speakers will share about their pain, struggles, and ultimate redemption.

Kim graduated from Columbia College in 1993 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology and then received a master’s degree in social work from the University of South Carolina in 1998.

After years of working in secular facilities, Kim wanted to be more open about her life as a Christ-centered Psychotherapist. As a result, she founded the Peer In Counseling Center in 2005. The Center is a Christ-centered psychotherapy and counseling organization open to ALL seeking emotional healing.

“Perfectionism is idolatry. It is lead by shame, not by God.”

In addition to providing therapy, she also has been published in several magazines including My School Rocks, Static, and Charlotte Woman. Kim writes blogs about her imperfect Christian walk combined with her psychological knowledge which can be viewed at www.kimhoneycutt.com. Her psychotherapy center website can be found at www.peerincounselingcenter.com.

Kim has been featured on National Public Radio and “The Debra Kennedy Show” and has spoken at Myers Park High School, the Substance Abuse Prevention Services Center, Providence High School and Columbia College. To see a complete listing of Kim’s previous and future speaking engagements, visit the speaking section of authenticallyimperfect.com.

When Kim isn’t speaking, providing therapy, or participating in community projects, she is a runner.