Individual Psychotherapy, Couples Counseling + Sex Therapy
Relationship Issues: Be Curious

Relationship Issues: Be Curious

I try to live my life with as much curiosity as possible.  There is always more to learn if you’re open and curious.  This is true for me in my line of work for sure, I’m curious about a lot when I sit with others talking about their deepest feelings and more difficult moments.  I… Continue Reading

5 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

5 Ways to Reduce Holiday Stress

The holidays can be overwhelmingly stressful.  We are truly in the throws of the holiday season and you may already be stressed out.  Here are a few easy ways you can take care of your relationship and yourself this holiday season: Use your nose. Take time to create a peaceful and stress-reducing space for yourself… Continue Reading

Be Happier, Show Kindness

Be Happier, Show Kindness

One of the best ways to create more happiness and joy in your own life is to show kindness and compassion toward others.  You don’t have to take my word for it; just take a few weeks and experiment on yourself. There are many ways to show kindness in this world, so you can also… Continue Reading

Fight the Summer Blues (&/or Just Be Happy) in Princeton, NJ

Did you start dreading the end of summer before it even began? Do you think you might be affected by SAD (seasonal affective disorder)?  Or, do you notice a somewhat blah mood sometimes in the summer (not necessarily SAD)?  It’s not just the winter blues; it happens in the summer too.  Here are a few… Continue Reading

Therapy Tidbits: How to Be Happy in a Relationship – Premarital Counseling

People in relationships often struggle to hold onto their own identity within the partnership.  This is not necessarily gendered or specific to opposite sex relationships. A long-term relationship (LTR) is the coming together of two individuals choosing to live their lives together.  It really isn’t the romantic notion of “two becoming one.”  This idea seems… Continue Reading

Kimberly Atwood, MA, LPC
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