Kimberly Glaudy, LMFT

Kimberly Glaudy is a resident of Spring, TX who has been working in youth and community development organizations for over 20 years. In 1998 she received her Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology and Family Studies, and coupled that with a Master’s degree in Organizational Management and Leadership. Kimberly’s dedication to serving others has led her to career opportunities including case management for homeless families, group facilitator and trainer for immigrant families, Christian workshop facilitator, and serving as a Family Team Coordinator for Harris County Child Protective Services. In 2013, Kimberly began working with victims of trauma in a residential facility that provides care  to girls rescued from sex trafficking. Such an experienced compelled Kimberly to pursue a second Masters Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and in 2018 she accomplished that goal.


At the same time as maintaining a private practice, Kimberly serves as a trainer for the Karyn Purvis Institute of Child Development, bringing Trust-Based Relational Intervention, TBRI, to local child welfare service providers.  She is the proud mother of two teen age daughters. In a her free time, Kimberly enjoys teaching youth in her church,  and indulging in self-care by playing in her garden.

As a therapist, Kimberly has experience dealing with issues such as parenting, pre-marital/marital, child/adolescence, adoption/foster care, domestic violence, career counseling, life transitions, peer relationships, stress, racial identity, sexual identity, grief, self-esteem, and a host of others.

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