Norman Kim, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Expertise: Anti-Racism and Diversity

Norman is the cofounder and principal of the Institute for Antiracism and Equity, a social justice-focused consultancy, and the Deputy Director of Ayana Therapy, an app startup focused on providing culturally intelligent, adapted, and accessible care to marginalized communities. 

He completed his B.A. at Yale and his Ph.D. in Psychology at UCLA. His research and clinical interests include the social development of people with autism, the developmental course of bipolar disorder, and anxiety disorders. In conjunction, Norman has developed an expertise in psychiatrically complex populations, and his primary areas of interest are the application of a transdiagnostic framework for eating disorders, taking an evolutionary approach to shame and anxiety, and minority mental health.

Norman is a regular national and international speaker, educator, and passionate advocate with a particular focus on minority status and barriers to mental health care in marginalized communities. He is: the founding cochair of the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Committee of IAEDP; on the inaugural Behavioral Health Taskforce for the Gay and Lesbian Medical Association; a former board member of the Eating Disorders Coalition; the past cochair of the Transcultural SIG for the Academy of Eating Disorders; and also on numerous advisory boards.