Individual Psychotherapy + Sex Therapy

Individual Psychotherapy

Kim Atwood Features Individual Therapy

I am passionate about working with women who are creative, motivated and open-minded. As a sex & relationship expert, I specialize in women’s sexual health and healing.? Read more…

Rates & Insurance

I am not an in-network provider for any insurance companies. ?My rates are $200 per 55-minute session (online and in-person). ?I am happy to provide receipts for out-of-network insurance benefits and will assist you with submitting claims. ? Read more…

About Kim

Hello and welcome! ?I am here to help you stop feeling ashamed or embarrassed to talk about your sex life. ?I help you feel comfortable owning your sexuality and start having a healthier and happier sex life.
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“I can never thank you enough for helping me open up and begin to trust people again. You have helped me overcome my bulimia and eliminate secrets from my marriage.? I admire your patience and wisdom and will think of your encouraging words often.” Read more…

Schedule An Appointment

I offer a complimentary a 10-15 minute phone consultation to answer any questions you may have, get insurance information, and briefly?learn why you are exploring therapy at this time. This helps me understand if I think we are a good fit and if I can help. Read more…

Articles & Online Resources

Kimberly is a contributing expert for online magazines and blogs. Read some of her recent featured articles here: When and How to Talk About Marriage – Be True to?Yourself – Relationship Advice Cafe
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In addition to offering in-person therapy in my Princeton office, I also offer telehealth or distance counseling for anyone living in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Indiana (states in which I hold professional counseling/psychotherapy licenses). ?If you have any questions about distance counseling, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.

Latest Blog Post

Women & Painful Sex

Women & Painful Sex

If you are experiencing pain when having or attempting to have intercourse, you are certainly not alone. According to an article published in?Harvard Health, “Millions of women experience pain before, during or after sexual intercourse. Many women suffer in silence and don’t seek the help they need, or they have trouble finding a clinician who… Continue Reading