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About Me

Kim Moody

I believe in the power of voicing one's struggles and fears, no matter how scary or uncomfortable that might be. Vulnerability is often necessary for change.  

My approach is collaborative, client-centered, and compassionate. I welcome you as you are and I'm ready to listen. I only ask that you show up-- literally, figuratively, emotionally-- to the best of your ability. I offer a safe, nonjudgmental space to help unburden you from unhelpful thoughts, painful feelings, and unhealthy patterns.


Do you feel suffocated by depression, anxiety, or a recent event that turned your life upside down? Do you feel like you’ve tried everything but you just can’t shake it? It can be hard to see how we keep ourselves stuck. Each of us learns to cope with our pain differently: through humor, isolation, work, alcohol, the approval of others, or any number of things. After awhile, this may no longer serve us. You want to be your best self. You want to feel better. Maybe it’s time for some new tools.​


I work with adults who struggle with anxiety, depression, addiction, and those in the midst of difficult life transitions (divorce, shift in faith, coping with loss, being a new parent). I help clients gain new coping skills, discover healthier ways of thinking, and help empower them to make changes. If you are looking for a skilled and compassionate therapist, give me a call so we can discuss your goals and how I can help you.





"Vulnerability sounds like truth and feels like courage. Truth and courage aren't always comfortable, but they're never weakness."

Brene Brown

​Education and Licensure:

  • Bachelor of Arts | New York University

  • Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology California Institute of Integral Studies

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

    • Montana #37512

    • California #109682

    • Colorado #0001618


Prior to moving to Bozeman and starting my private practice, I worked in various Community Mental Health settings in Oakland and San Francisco, CA, with clients with co-occurring severe mental illness and chemical dependency, criminal justice involvement, and extensive trauma histories. I've facilitated individual and group therapy utilizing the following models and modalities:

  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

  • Relapse Prevention

  • Seeking Safety (Healing from Trauma and PTSD)

  • Coping with Stress Triggers

  • Drama Therapy

  • Creative Arts Therapy

  • Women's Support

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