Kim Brangoccio, LMFT, IAADC, CEAP, CADC

Insurance Accepted:
Wellmark Blue Cross/Blue Shield, UHC/UBH/UMR/Golden Rule, Midlands Choice, Cigna, Aetna
NOT a Medicaid/Medicare Provider

Office Hours:
Monday 9am-5pm
Tuesday 9am-4pm
Wednesday 9am-5pm
Thursday 9am-5pm
Friday 8am-12pm

Call for an appointment: (515) 727-1338

Office Location: Johnston, IA

Education: Master’s in Marriage & Family Therapy, Advanced Certification in Substance Abuse Counseling, and Certification in Employee Assistance Programming

Specialties: Grief, Stress Management, Depression, Relationships, Employee Assistance, and Addiction Services

Telehealth: Telehealth Room Link


Kim Brangoccio is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Advanced Certified Addiction Counselor in the State of Iowa, and a Nationally Certified Employee Assistance Professional. Kim has been providing counseling and clinical supervision for over 30 years. She is experienced with families and individuals in the area of relationship building, parenting, addiction and recovery services, and mental health counseling. She has worked with marital and family problems, sexual and physical abuse, grief and loss, and developmental disabilities. Kim’s faith in God has allowed her to work through both personal challenges/losses and to help others work through problems.

In addition to her work at Family Legacy Counseling, Kim was the Program Manager for Powell CDC at UnityPoint in Des Moines, IA.  She did her undergraduate work at Marycrest College in Davenport, IA, and her graduate work at Phillips Institute in Los Angeles, CA.  In addition, Kim is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), designed to help clients process trauma.

Kim has worked with individuals and families in a variety of settings regarding all kinds of problems. She has experience working with domestic violence/assault, marriage and family issues, day to day stressors, situational and longer term grief and depression, chemical dependency struggles, and life change transitions such as divorce, marriage, loss, and failing health.

Additional areas of interest include:

  • Health and Wellness (Exercise/Fitness/Personal Growth and Well-being)
  • Relaxation and Stress Reduction
  • Goal Setting and Personal Achievement
  • Anxiety and Depression

Therapist’s Statement

Many times people struggle with issues and situations on their own that could be helped with counseling. Seeing a therapist gives people a chance to talk through things with an objective outsider who will listen and help them sort through options, possible outcomes, and ways to change. It also gives people a chance to practice new behaviors and conversations and have someone to check in with once they’ve tried these new things to see if they are working or could be improved.

Kim lives with her husband, and they have an adult daughter and adult son.  She enjoys exercise, cooking and entertaining.


  • ISASA (Iowa Substance Abuse Supervisor Association)
  • IAMF (Iowa Association of Marriage & Family Therapy)