Kim Nadler, M.A. serves as a consultant to the Center for Surrogate Parenting and has done so for over 20 years.
Kim screens and counsels surrogate mothers who reside in the midwest states. Kim has lived in three midwest states, Minnesota, Colorado and Montana. She currently resides in Montana.
In addition to her consultation for CSP, she is the founder and director of For Families, her Colorado/Montana based psychotherapy practice where she specializes in infertility, surrogacy, adoption, couples therapy and divorce education. Kim recently retired from the Faculty of Parenting After Divorce a non-profit organization that trains divorcing or divorced parents how to facilitate recovery for children after divorce.
Kim has previously taught university courses in Psychology, and Counseling. She has developed a training program for Marriage and Family Interns. Kim is currently the President of the Board of Directors for a Mental Health Organization that provides services to abused and disturbed children. She has had an association with this organization originally created with the Menninger Foundation, for over 35 years.
Kim has personal experience with infertility and has one adopted son.
Kim’s current hobby is to assist in running a Bed and Breakfast on the Bitterroot River in Darby, Montana. Fly fishing is her new endeavor as well as learning to tie Flies!
Kim has a Masters Degree in Clinical Psychology from California State University San Bernardino. She is a Clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. Kim is licensed in California, Colorado and Montana.