Professionals Associated with CSP, Inc.
Kim Nadler, MFCC
Kim Nadler serves as a consultant to The Center for Surrogate Parenting and has done so for over eighteen years. Kim screens and counsels surrogate mothers who reside in the mid-west states. In addition to her consultation for the Center she is the founder and director of For Families her Colorado based psychotherapy center where she specializes in the issues of infertility, surrogacy, couples therapy and divorce education. Currently Kim is a faculty member with the Family Therapy and Play Therapy Institute in Aurora, Colorado, and is a faculty member with a non-profit organization: Parenting After Divorce.
In the past Kim has taught University courses in Psychology and Counseling, has developed a training program for Marriage and Family Interns, and has worked with the Menninger Foundation in implementing and supervising group homes for abused and disturbed children.
Kim’s current hobby is to develop a Dressage Training Center on her 40 acres: WindSong Farm, south of Denver in Castle Rock, Colorado. If not counseling clients she is in the barn mucking stalls or training and riding her Warmblood horses.
Kim has a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from California State University San Bernardino. She is a Clinical member of Colorado Association of Marriage and Family therapists, a Clinical Member of the California Association of Marriage and Family therapists, a Clinical Member of the American Association of Marriage and Family therapists. She is licensed in California and Colorado.
Kim and her husband have many years of personal experience with infertility and have an adopted son.