Kimberly Malloy, MS, LMFT is the founder of Center for Relational Health-LV and recently appointed executive coach for BOAR. In private practice since 2009, Malloy’s extensive background in corporate training, providing customer service, leadership, management and all forms of personal development for large corporate and small local companies, inspired her to transition her career focus to therapy and create the Center for Relational Health-LV. Malloy believes that at the root of our personal and professional success—or failure—are relationships that either work well or relationships that need work. She believes health is the never-ending pursuit of wholeness for our minds, bodies and spirits. These tenets are the focus of her company CRH-LV, as Malloy explains that relational health calls upon each of these to ensure our relationships are working optimally. Malloy says it best herself:
“Working with people and hearing their shared stories of transformation is an unbelievable privilege. My clients invite me into the deepest part of their story, often filled with pain, shame, fear, sadness and blame, because they desire to experience life through a new, healthier lens.”
Kimberly A. Malloy Area of Specialty: Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, Executive Coach/Chief Inspirational Officer Center for Relational Health – LV, LLC 8879 W. Flamingo Rd. Ste. 101 Las Vegas, NV 89147 702.533.8411 email@example.com relationalhealth-lv.org
Malloy’s list of accreditations is extraordinary, starting with a bachelor’s degree in communications and a master’s degree in counseling, marriage, family & child therapy. She is also a Certified Daring Way™ Facilitator, based in the research of Dr. Brené Brown. She was a co-host on a women’s talk show, “A View from Above,” and recently a 2017 inductee into the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce Leadership Hall of Fame. A sought-after speaker and trainer for large groups, Malloy recently joined BOAR as an executive coach, launching a CEO mastermind Group. BOAR focuses on working with the whole leader; personally, professionally, physically, mentally and spiritually, which aligns beautifully with Center for Relational Health-LV’s values. “I love the concept of BOAR. I believe when most people think of a mastermind concept they think of strategic planning and professional development, but BOAR adds the component of emotional health. This piece is different! A company can be financially healthy today, but if the leaders are lacking in emotional intelligence, this will impact the people and infrastructure over time. BOAR is dedicated to the full picture of health for business and personal to its members. This was a match made in heaven for me,” said Malloy. Malloy’s passion is to inspire personal and professional emotional health with truth and generosity.
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