Malcolm has 30 years of extensive experience working with individuals, groups, and families. Shame reduction training came from working for five years as a primary therapist with Kip Flock, LCSW at the John Bradshaw Center for Codependency.
Malcolm's current focus is on the healing of the emotional wounds/trauma from the legacy of slavery. He is applying the latest neurological research, attachment studies, and somatic healing to assist with this dynamic therapeutic approach. Malcolm has studied the works of Frantz Fanon as they apply to Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome and other shame-based cross-cultural issues.
Malcolm has the depth of experience that has benefited many clients in both in-patient and out-patient settings. He also practices Zen meditation, and Christian Contemplative prayer.
Friendly and compassionate with a no-nonsense approach, Malcolm has the life experience to allow the complete disclosure by clients of their thoughts, feelings, and concerns in order to find the solutions they need throughout the full spectrum of their lives. He is dedicated to their full awakening of potential.