Malcolm's career spans four decades. He's a Master Practitioner and Trainer of Neuro-Lingusitic Programming and an ordained minister. He is a former U.S. Marine and industrial engineer. In his work with clients, Malcolm draws on his deep understanding that the mind and the body are each accessible to help heal the other.
His signature change work has become his life's work and greatest gift to his clients. These evocative processes have proven to resolve negative emotions, behaviors and beliefs, resulting in a more positively-directed and meaningful life for his clients.
His clients have included leaders of industry, entrepreneurs, incarcerated felons, couples, individuals with life-threatening illnesses, and people facing end-of-life transitions.
Malcolm’s career highlights include co-creating the first alternative AIDS clinic in 1990 in Dallas, Texas; acting as the Unity minister for the Federal Corrections Institute in Fort Worth, Texas; and working with individual clients across the United States and in Mexico and Canada.
Depression or loneliness therapy treatment has been a common condition among the individuals Malcolm works with in Marin, Napa, Sonoma and San Francisco. This includes during the covid-19 epidemic still imperiling us as we move through 2023.
Malcolm and his wife Rebecca have lived in Marin County, CA, for over 20 years.
See below (below the video and audio) for Malcolm's discussion on his therapy for depression, loneliness and isolation.
My life and therapy experience provides a deep background and expertise in working with individuals facing depression, isolation, loneliness or end of life challenges. Isolation or loneliness therapy requires much experience in exploring (across a large variety of individuals) the nature of their depression, aloneness or the debilitating moods of mind-states of isolation. I’ve successfully worked with many, many individuals undergoing these conditions, and have learned much from them while helping them free themselves from these feelings. This Art of Thought work requires an uncommon empathy and compassion. My long life is a journey of seeing and interacting with many people dealing with these states of being within themselves. End of life therapy is sought for and welcomed by those looking at life’s closure, and all the profound and worrying feelings and thoughts this brings up. As an end of life therapist I seek to be a helpful listener and advisor, offering insights and answers, practices if those are helpful, and a long lifetime of experience. Marin County depression therapy with my well-rounded approach to healing. Also for Marin, isolation and loneliness therapy and end of life counseling. I also serve San Francisco, Oakland, Marin, Sonoma, Napa.