Malcolm is certified in Grief Recovery and has extensive experience working with individuals, couples, families and groups.
Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sessions are completed through a private and secure app.
Your registration confirmation email will have complete details on the texting app.
Approach & Values
Malcolm has the depth of life experience that has benefitted many clients in both in-patient locked psychiatric hospital settings, and out-patient private practice settings.
He practices Zen meditation, Christian Contemplative prayer (a la Joel S.Goldsmith, a contemporary Christian mystic), and Taoist yoga.
He was a competitive collegiate gymnast, gymnastics coach, personal athletic trainer, and currently trains in Japanese Shotokan Karatedo.
Friendly and compassionate with a no-nonsense approach, Malcolm is dedicated to his clients’ full awakening of potential through psychotherapy.
Master of Arts in Psychology from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology
Areas of specialization: Trauma Recovery, Shame Reduction, Mood Disorders (depression and anxiety), and Cross-cultural issues.
Further training was acquired in personality disorders (a la James F. Masterson, M.D.), Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy (better known as Davanloo therapy), attachment theory, affect theory, and Psychodrama.
Malcolm has studied the works of Frantz Fanon as they apply to Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome and other shame-based cross-cultural issues.