60 minutes | Nov 12th 2020

Episode 44: Showing up for Marginalized Folks and Growing up Mormon with Kimberly Anderson

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In this episode of Therapy Thoughts, Tiffany talks with another one of her friends, Kimberly Anderson. Kimberly talks about her life growing up Mormon and transgender. She speaks about how therapy saved her life but also how therapy could have been a dangerous experience for her in her teenage years. She talks about suicidality for LGBTQIA+ youth and adults as well. She speaks about the various trauma marginalized folks experience daily and how this can affect mental health. And Kimberly also tells us that the best taco truck is the one you're in front of at the moment. 


More About Kimberly:

Kimberly Anderson is a transgender woman working as a Marriage and Family Therapist in Utah and California. Kimberly has a history working in residential Eating Disorder and Behavioral Health in California, and is currently working with the transgender and queer community in Utah through Flourish Therapy.

You can find Kimberly on Instagram at @btnpshr and through Flourish Therapy.


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