Kim Hurlburt M.S., MFT, Counselor Kim Hurlburt is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She obtained bachelor’s degree in English and minored in psychology in 2016, and then went on to obtain her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Capella University in 2021. Kim enjoys collaborating with individuals, couples, and families from a client-centered to address a variety of mental, emotional, and relational issues. Kim’s approach is systemic, depth-oriented, holistic, and honors the unique concerns and goals of each individual client. She believes the therapeutic relationship is the foundation for healing, which is only possible when clients experience safety in therapy. Kim works to achieve safety through authentic connection with her clients by providing warmth, acceptance, and validation. Her primary goal is to be a partner in exploring the client’s inner world where pain, shame, fear, and also joys, strengths, creativity, and intuition are accessed. Kim utilizes a variety of integrated therapy modalities, including attachment, body-based/somatic, trauma-informed, emotionally focused, and relational therapy approaches to help clients find their inner voice and identity, and to make meaning of their experiences. Kim utilizes these therapy modalities to work with different areas of mental health, including anxiety, depression, religious trauma, spiritual deconstruction, trauma, LGBTQ+, boundaries, and family issues. She has a passion for finding creative ways to help her clients develop skills like resilience, empowerment, autonomy, choice, meaningful engagement, and connection. Kim's pronouns are she/her/hers. Kim sees clients virtually. Kim is under the supervision of Michael Pennington, IMFT-S.