Kim Myhill is an NZ European and a Registered Social Worker with over 30 years of social work experience in Aotearoa, New Zealand, the UK, and Australia. Health has always been the focus, initially in general health areas such as older people, those with disabilities and many areas of large acute hospitals. Kim worked in Maternity and Paediatric Services for an extended period in Counties Manukau DHB, South Auckland. Kim moved to Maternal Mental Health Services in 2011, initially in South Auckland, moving to Wellington in 2015 for better family opportunities. Kim is currently a social work clinician in Maternal Mental Health Services based in Wellington – a multi-disciplinary team providing assessment, treatment and interventions for pregnant and post-partum women; Kim also has a particular role in coordinating education and learning about perinatal mental health for health and community services across the Lower North Island Region. Kim lives with her wife, their two teenage girls and two ginger cats in the windy hills of Wellington and enjoys the challenges and benefits of riding an e-bike around said hills. Kim shares a great passion for netball, especially the rivalry between Aotearoa NZ and Australia.