Marriage & Family Therapist
This week, Ira spoke with Marriage and Family Therapist Kimberly Malloy. In this jam packed episode of Ira’s Everything Bagel, Kimberly talks about why she decided to become a therapist; why “we are all little kids in big peoples’ bodies”; the profound allegory of the white belt; how she can sit in empathy with clients and yet recognize that she is not their “savior”; why her job is to be curious; why she believes “we are in the cusp of a mental health crisis”; why gratitude rewires the brain and why writing a gratitude list is extremely powerful; the importance of self-compassion; and the book that she promises to write.
Kimberly Malloy is a Marriage & Family Therapist, specializing in individual, couples, adolescents and family therapy. She maintains a private practice in Las Vegas, Nevada.
She received her Master of Counseling in Marriage, Family & Child Therapy and is a licensed therapist by the State of Nevada and is a Daring Way™ Certified Facilitator.
In addition to being a prominent relationship therapist, Kimberly has presented at local as well as international women’s conferences on the topics of personality styles, communication, positive conflict and self esteem. She has owned and operated her own training and leadership company, Train2excel, for over a decade. She has worked with business leaders and corporations in the are of customer service, positive conflict and the Hartman Personality Profile. Kimberly is also the Chief Inspirational Officer for the Center for Relational Health – LV. www.relationalhealth-lv.org and a Certified Daring WayTM Facilitator Candidate. This is the work based on the teachings of Dr. Brene’ Brown.