Kimberly Moffit is Canada's favourite media relationship expert. She has been giving lighthearted and charismatic relationship advice on TV since 2009, in addition to running one of Canada's most successful therapy practices, KMA Therapy.
She has appeared on many Canadian and American nationl programs, including Fox's US National morning show Fox and Friends, The Better Show New York, Let's Talk Live - ABC Washington, NBC Baltimore, FOX Baltimore, Good Day Chicago, FIOS Connecticut, FIOS Long Island, Canada AM, Breakfast Television, Princess, Cosmopolitan TV, "Princess," Money Moron, and William Shatner's Weird or What. She has been quoted in Women's Health Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and ELLE Magazine.
Kimberly's Youtube Channel, "Ask Kimberly," has amassed over 8.5 million views in its first 18 months and continues to grow at a rapid pace. In her signature cheeky-yet-informative voice, Kimberly offers bite-size tips on dating and relationships, and the compact format has struck a chord with young audiences all over the world.
Kimberly's own practice as a relationship therapist focuses on counselling individuals and couples in their relationships. She focuses on trust issues, dating, marriage, parenting, confidence, work-life balance and finding love.
Kimberly achieved her doctoral degree in Psychology from Middlesex University in 2015. Prior to her doctoral studies, Kimberly also achieved a Master's of Music Therapy degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Guelph.
While speaking, Kimberly offers a fun yet informed perspective on relationships. She gives relateable, heartfelt advice that is supported by leading scientific research as well as her personal experience working with relationships. Kimberly is a regular speaker for Queen's University's MBA and Women in Leadership Programs and a frequent lecturer at the University of Waterloo. Her appearances focus on how to improve relationships, finding inner confidence, embracing entrepreneurship, and strategies to dating and marriage.
As a spokesperson, Kimberly has used her expertise to represent respected international brands as a spokesperson including Tetley, Match.com, AMEX, LG Electronics, EBay, KitKat, and Microsoft. Some of Kimberly's favourite appearances have included a guest appearance on William Shatner's Weird Or What?, Gail Vaz Oxlade's "Princess," and being quoted in the Wall Street Journal and Women's Health Magazine. Click here for a full list of Kimberly's media appearances.
As an entrepreneur, Kimberly has grown KMA Therapy over the past seven years -- from a small private practice, to an established and well known practice with 20 team members. KMA Therapy serves as a resource for clients with many different issues and concerns in the Toronto community. Kimberly has been profiled from both universities from which she has graduated for her outstanding achievement in the entrepreneurial realm.
In her personal life, Kimberly is a wife, a mother and a dedicated career woman. Kimberly enjoys her role as a leader, and enjoys the challenge of balancing leading a team of overachievers, with providing a voice for relationships in the media. Accustomed to performing from a young age, Kimberly was a professional musician since the age of 17. She is a classically trained pianist and coloratura soprano and has toured with professional musical theatre groups including the Drayton Festival Theatre. From the ages of 17-20 she was also a member of the 3-girl pop trio, Untamed, a Canadian girl group that was featured on radio stations across Canada including Kiss 92 FM, MUCH Music, and YTV's Hit List.