Kimberly Harms, DDS




Award-winning bestselling author and international speaker with 30 years of dental, grief, conflict and transition management experience

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Kimberly Harms, DDS




Award winning bestselling author and international speaker with 30 years of dental, grief, conflict and transition management experience

30 Years of Dental, Grief, Conflict and Transition Management Experience

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Dr. Kimberly Harms is committed to challenging societal norms surrounding death and end-of-life planning


VIEW KIM'S LEGACY TALKS

New book!

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What's your legacy?


We all know the importance of life insurance to make certain your loved ones are financially secure after you pass on, but what can we do to ensure they are emotionally secure without you? Are You Ready? How to Builds a Legacy to Die For is designed to help you do just that. It is a book in three parts.

Part One encourages you to focus your life on building positive legacies such as love, peace, trust, education, and hard work. Part Two examines the process of death itself and asks the question: “Is death a grim or gentle reaper?” Part Three is a workbook to help you prepare your loved ones for a life without you.

Don’t wait to get ready. Your graduation from life comes unexpectedly. This book will help you be prepared to graduate with honors.


WINNER: 2024 Pacific Book Awards for  Best Inspirational Book


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"This book is a must read for all ages. It contains important ideas that should be considered by everyone wanting to ensure that family and friends understand their intentions. No greater legacy can be left."


-Dr. Sheryl Ramstad, JD, DNP, MN, RN


Major life events (such as death, divorce, and job loss) and even conflict can create feelings of shock, grief and leave us struggling to cope. 



These events have a significant effect on the dental team and our patients.


Kimberly Harms D.D.S. has seen the importance of positive communication, management of conflict and relationship building firsthand.


With 30 years in clinical dentistry and 21 years as a National Spokesperson for the American Dental Association, her goal is to help untangle problems and support those with grief issues by sharing that accumulated knowledge with seminar attendees.


SPEAKING PRESENTATIONS

Major life events (such as death, divorce, and job loss) and even conflict can create feelings of shock, grief and leave us struggling to cope. 


These events have a significant effect on the dental team and our patients.



Kimberly Harms D.D.S. has seen the importance of positive communication, management of conflict and relationship building firsthand.


With 30 years in clinical dentistry and 21 years as a National Spokesperson for the American Dental Association, her goal is to help untangle problems and support those with grief issues by sharing that accumulated knowledge with seminar attendees.


SPEAKING PRESENTATIONS

Coaching with Kim

Has a crisis or transition occurred that is difficult to manage? Is morale down due to an unresolved conflict?



Kimberly Harms, DDS can help you untangle these challenges, build trust, prepare yourself and your team, prevent dilemmas, and manage inevitable conflict. Increase your understanding of the emotional needs of patients, team members, families, even yourself and promote greater harmony in your personal and professional life.

COACHING PROGRAMS


Coaching with Kim

Has a crisis or transition occurred that is difficult to manage? Is morale down due to an unresolved conflict?



Kimberly Harms, DDS can help you untangle these challenges, build trust, prepare yourself and your team, prevent dilemmas, and manage inevitable conflict. Increase your understanding of the emotional needs of patients, team members, families, even yourself and promote greater harmony in your personal and professional life.

COACHING PROGRAMS
Kim Harms

Kimberly Harms, DDS

“My hope is to give my audiences the skills necessary to prepare them for a healing path to joy and peace no matter what life brings.”


Dr. Harms is a former grief counselor and currently is a "Qualified Neutral" (Civil Mediator) in the state of Minnesota where she manages patient complaint intake for the MDA's Peer Review program.

ABOUT KIM
Kim Harms

Kimberly Harms, DDS

“My hope is to give my audiences the skills necessary to prepare them for a healing path to joy and peace no matter what life brings.”


Dr. Harms is a former grief counselor and currently is a "Qualified Neutral" (Civil Mediator) in the state of Minnesota where she manages patient complaint intake for the MDA's Peer Review program.

ABOUT KIM