Words from Happy Clients!

"Mental health affects everything, how we think, feel, and act, and determines how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Love Your Mental Health's Founder Kim Pita inspires us to find ways to use our creativity to practice mindfulness and self-care in our everyday lives. She motivates us to love our mental health rather than fear it by sharing her own story.​"

​Mary Crean, Marketing Director, Nassau Financial Group

"No matter what project she undertakes, Kim does so with high energy and enthusiasm. She provided us with a professional perspective on how to ramp up our social media marketing to showcase our culture. She easily connects with both employees and customers through meaningful conversations and dialogue, which provides us with invaluable insight in our company evolution.”
Jason Howey, President, Okay Industries

“You won’t find a more passionate, well-versed, dependable and anticipatory marketing and social media guru than Kim Pita. Over the last 10 years, I have witnessed her high standards, leadership, teamwork and sense of humor while serving together on the CBIA Board of Directors and working collaboratively at New England FIRST. Kim is someone people flock to because of her uncanny ability to relate with all generations. She gets it!”
Bob Sobolewski, Past Chair, Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA)
Management Consultant, Bob Sobolewski Consulting

I have had the chance to work very closely with Kim over the last 10 years with CBIA and now at the Connecticut Society of CPAs. I love the way she thinks. She is innovative, creative, and strategic thinker. When we are together great energy and ideas always come to life. She cares about bolstering the significance of small businesses in our state and reducing the mental health stigma. We need more hard-working and motivated people like her sharing positive and inspiring messages.”
Bonnie Stewart, Executive Director, Connecticut Society o
f CPAs​

After a successful career in journalism, marketing, advertising and non-profit management, Kim Pita emerged as a mental wellness champion and coach. The tragic death of her younger sister, Kelly, inspired her renewed purpose to help others transform fears of mental health into love through self-care.

A certified life coach and mindfulness facilitator, Kim provides group and one-on-one coaching for those seeking mindful wellness, emotional awareness, life purpose and happiness intelligence. She has also recently become certified in sound meditation practice using singing bowls, and leads meditative sound sessions.

In 2020, she founded and launched the Love Your Mental Health LLC brand and in 2022 opened an art & wellness studio in Old Saybrook. Kim self-published her memoir Split Endz: A Tale of 2 Crazy Sisters on how she able to get to the other side of loss to become a wellness advocate. A natural born storyteller and editor, Kim also helps families get their memories and stories written and published as generational keepsakes.

Kim currently serves as chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Copper Beech Institute, a mindfulness center in West Hartford, and is a past chairwoman of the Board of Directors of Mental Health Connecticut. She is a board member of Framingham State University Alumni Association and board member emeritus of the Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA). Other board involvement has included Girl Scouts of Connecticut, Hartford Children’s Theatre, Rebuilding Together Hartford and Rocky Hill Chamber of Commerce.  

After working as a newspaper editor, chamber of commerce marketing manager and press secretary in U.S. Congress, Kim Sirois Pita spent 17 years building The Pita Group, a successful and respected multi-million-dollar marketing agency with a range of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, state departments and nonprofits. In 2013, she founded Pita Peaces, where she develops and launches integrated marketing strategies for startups, nonprofits and manufacturers. For two years, she led New England FIRST, a preK-12 robotics program, through the pandemic as its interim executive director.

The mother of two teenagers and two cats, Kim lives in Old Saybrook and writes a column for the Old Saybrook Neighbors Magazine several times a year. She is currently working on a novel and 23 Ways to Love Your Mental Health due out at the end of 2023.