Sally King, MSW, LCSW, LSCSW, RYT 200, is a licensed clinical social worker in Missouri and Kansas and a registered yoga trainer. She has worked since 2001 in the field of community and emergency mental health with adults and seniors. She recently served at the Center on Aging at the University of Kansas Medical Center, training professionals in the areas of aging/mental health and mindfulness. Sally currently provides outreach and clinical education on behalf of the National Institute for Health’s designated University of Kansas Alzheimer’s Disease Center on the role wellness plays in physical and emotional brain health as we age.
Sally received her training through YogaFIT International, and provides yoga-for-mental-wellness classes throughout the Kansas City area with a focus on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Experiential Yoga classes for patients in a local eating-disorders program. She maintains a small private practice, providing mental health therapy for Jewish Family Services’ older adult in-home counseling program. She also is a professional speaker, trainer and consultant, having been featured on several local radio stations and in the newspaper. A highly sought-after presenter, Sally is known for her down-to-earth approach to wellness and yoga, injecting humor and practical applications to mental health issues in a compassionate manner. You will walk away from her seminars with real-world integrative approaches that translate into lasting change for their clients and themselves.
Financial: Sally King receives compensation as a Mental Health Therapists for Jewish Family Services; and as a Project Manager for the University of Kansas Medical Center. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Sally King has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.