Kimberly Moffit Associates: Constructive Relationship Counseling, Coaching & Therapy for People in Toronto

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Kimberly Moffit Associates: Constructive Relationship Counseling, Coaching & Therapy for People in Toronto

Hayley Matthews Hayley Matthews • 5/17/17

The Short Version: Relationship expert Kimberly Moffit is a charismatic and knowledgeable presence in the dating community. After completing her doctoral work in psychology, she opened her own therapy practice in Canada to help people with relationship, dating, and sex issues. Based in Toronto, KMA Therapy provides individual and couples therapy with a personalized and hands-on approach. A team of trained professionals, including psychotherapists, sexologists, couples counselors, and massage therapists, provide a full spectrum of therapeutic options for clients of all ages. Since 2008, KMA Therapy has helped thousands of people develop effective communication strategies and healthy relationship habits. Plus, Kimberly’s down-to-earth dating advice energizes and informs millions of viewers on her YouTube channel, Ask Kimberly. As an authority on mental and emotional health, Kimberly ushers singles and couples into more fruitful and satisfying relationships.

Kimberly Moffit calls herself a relationship fairy godmother. Her upbeat and friendly demeanor lights up the screen on her YouTube channel, Ask Kimberly. In viral videos, she dishes out on-point dating advice on everything from how to tell if a guy likes you to how to text a crush.

Photo of Kimberly Moffit, Founder of KMA Therapy

Kimberly Moffit, Founder of KMA Therapy, is among Canada’s top relationship experts.

The Canadian YouTuber uses a friendly and conversational tone to connect with her audience, but her advice is backed by years of study, research, and experience as a professional relationship therapist.

Kimberly has the credentials of a seasoned relationship expert. She owns a general therapy practice in Toronto, Kimberly Moffit Associates Therapy, which serves singles and couples with the same type of friendly guidance and expertise Kimberly brings to her videos.

Since it was founded in 2008, KMA Therapy has grown from a one-woman show to a fully-staffed practice operating out of two offices in Yonge-Eglinton and Liberty Village. As an experienced couples counselor, Kimberly excels at talking through problems, outlining strategies for success, and providing meaningful feedback to clients. Her overall mission is to enforce good mental health in clients with a range of issues.

Whether you’re dealing with feelings of anxiety before a date or struggling in an unhappy marriage, KMA Therapy has a trained specialist who can work with you and guide you to maintain fulfilling and trusting relationships.

Couples, Individual & Sex Therapy Tailored to Fit Your Needs

Kimberly runs a general practice that offers couples counseling as well as individual therapy focused on sex, dating, and relationships. The professional therapist describes her primary client base as a young and eligible people in Toronto. Based in a buzzing downtown area, KMA Therapy sees people of all ages and backgrounds. “We service a whole community,” Kimberly said. “We’re there for anyone in need of help.”

At KMA Therapy, every case is unique and handled with personalized attention. The first step to becoming a client is a 30-minute intake session wherein a therapist assesses your needs and goals. Upon arrival, the staff always offers a warm cup of tea to make people feel at home.

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KMA Therapy helps young professionals deal with relationship problems, family issues, and other personal impediments.

Typically, patients come to KMA Therapy once a week for one-hour appointments, but Kimberly said the frequency and duration of sessions can vary based on a person’s schedule, budget, and other personal preferences. The team is flexible enough to work with busy individuals. They’ve been gratified to have the trust of clients who come to them on a long-term basis to deal with serious problems like trust issues or depression.

“After talking individually with someone, we choose the right fit for our team based on the personality and specialty of our therapists,” Kimberly said. “Getting the right fit is incredibly important to us.”

20 Trained Therapists With Different Approaches & Styles

KMA Therapy addresses a variety of issues, including family issues, anxiety, depression, physical injury, relationship issues, anger management, obsessive-compulsive disorder, sex therapy, and divorce. The team of 20 trained therapists specialize in different fields (from human sexuality to PTSD), so there’s always someone who can help.

“We have a little bit of everything,” Kimberly told us, “to suit whoever comes in the door. We tailor a program that works for the individual’s needs.”

“I’ve been seeing Laura for six months now — she’s a talented massage therapist and always has a smile on her face.” — Robert, a KMA Therapy client

The team covers a range of concerns among Toronto residents. Each therapist brings his or her own perspective to the practice and takes a unique approach to helping people. From evidence-based techniques to emotionally focused therapy, the team’s diverse blend of styles is a great upside to the general practice.

According to her bio, “Kimberly has one primary goal for KMA: To change the traditional view of therapy to one that’s modern, normalized, and enjoyable for all.”

Ask Kimberly: A Youtube Channel With Lighthearted Dating Tips

In recent years, Kimberly has exploded in her work as a professional Youtuber. Ask Kimberly is a channel dedicated to giving out killer dating advice in a relatable and fun way. Her charisma when talking about matters of the heart has earned her a loyal fan base of Kimberlinas on the web.

Currently, Kimberly’s channel boasts 333,000 subscribers. Her weekly videos get millions of views from a primarily young and female audience. She pays close attention to the comments and uses the feedback from her audience as inspiration for new videos. When she sees a large number of comments all asking the same question — like “How do I get a guy to like me?” — Kimberly puts together a video to address their concerns from a psychological perspective.

“Today,we’re going to talk about the top five tips I have after years of working with couples and relationships on my therapy couch,” she said in her video on how to get a guy to like you.

Kimberly’s confidence and authority in the dating world is impressive to millions of viewers. She has great insights into attraction and gives practical tips for daters around the world.

Her videos cover important love subjects like how to flirt, how to kiss, and how to know if your crush is totally into you — or not. She has fun with her channel and encourages daters to have fun as well. In “How to Bend and Snap in Real Life,” Kimberly gives a step-by-step tutorial on how to make that iconic move from “Legally Blonde.”

As she’s grown her presence on YouTube, Kimberly has reached a worldwide community with sage (and sassy) dating and relationship advice. Over the years, she’s helped millions of daters improve their love lives using her thoughtful counsel.

KMA: Promoting Emotional Well-Being for Singles & Couples

With empathy and intuition, Kimberly guides people on how to date successfully and enjoy healthy relationships. At Kimberly Moffit Associates Therapy, a diverse team of therapists helps singles and couples work through their issues. A hands-on counseling session can open up a constructive dialogue about the triggers, obstacles, and best practices in a relationship.

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KMA Therapy gives Toronto residents the keys to thriving, healthy relationships

Whether you’re looking for general quick tips on her YouTube channel or in-depth and personalized feedback in therapy sessions, Kimberly assists daters with a can-do attitude and psychologically sound advice.

“We’re happy where we’re at,” Kimberly said about her therapy practice. “For the future, we’ll continue offering relationship and well-being services to meet people wherever they’re at.”