Kristy Money received her PhD from Brigham Young University in counseling psychology. She earned her postdoctoral residency at a community mental health clinic in Massachusetts. Her clinical and research specialties revolve around women’s mental health, particularly spirituality, relationships, infertility counseling, grief work during child loss, and anxiety/depression during pregnancy and postpartum. She has worked with Mormons while living around the world, including Utah, New York City, the Navajo Reservation, Texas, and Rio de Janeiro. She is currently a psychologist working in private practice and a writer on women’s issues in Mormonism.
Kristy is the author of Healing from Miscarriage and Infertility: A Latter-day Saint Perspective and contributed a chapter to Voices for Equality: Ordain Women and Resurgent Mormon Feminism.