Kim Brown Campbell

Art Therapist

Kim Brown Campbell has practiced art therapy at the ZACC since August 2011. Kim holds Master's degree in Art Therapy from the George Washington University and a Doctorate of Education from the University of Montana. In addition to practicing art therapy since 1996, she writes social service grants for the University of Montana and Missoula County, and directs the Intimate and Family Relationships course clinic via the Counselor Education Department at UM. Kim facilitates art therapy groups with survivors of domestic violence at community-based domestic violence advocacy programs like the Missoula YWCA and DOVES (Domestic Violence Education and Services) in Polson, Montana. She also proudly serves as a member of the First STEP Children’s Advocacy Center Multidisciplinary Team via Saint Patrick’s Medical Center. Her private practice located in the Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC) serves individuals of all ages specializing in treatment of grief, trauma, and mood disorders."Sometimes I ponder all the creative endeavors that take place in my little corner of the ZACC and realize that if you multiply that creativity across the entire building, the creative output that happens here every day is mind blowing. I believe that the arts make us better people and help us express ourselves in ways that words simply cannot. There is definitely something magical about the ZACC. It attracts Missoulians from all walks of life, all ages, and encourages creativity with no bounds." -Kim Brown Campbell