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Women & Painful Sex: Treatments

Women & Painful Sex: Treatments

…different types of painful intercourse, but most importantly with each of these types of pain, relaxation, mindfulness, and more playfulness are key.

Kimberly Atwood is a licensed psychotherapist and certified sex therapist specializing in women’s sexual health, intimacy and relationship issues. She works in private practice in Princeton, NJ and provides online therapy with clients across the country (IN, MA, NJ, NY, PA). For more information, please check out her website. Continue Reading

Women & Painful Sex: Definitions

Women & Painful Sex: Definitions

Pain or discomfort during intercourse may be diagnosed as dyspareunia, vaginismus or vulvadinia in women.

Kimberly Atwood is a licensed psychotherapist and certified sex therapist specializing in sexual health, intimacy and relationship issues. She works in private practice in Princeton, NJ and provides online therapy with clients across the country (IN, MA, NJ, NY, PA). For more information, please check out her website. Continue Reading

Self-Care in the New Year – Part IV

Self-Care in the New Year – Part IV

The last few things I’ll add about self-care… As we’ve been exploring, self-care isn’t just about a bubble bath and exercise.  Think outside the box and find new ways to rejuvenate your energetic supply.  There isn’t a prescription and it will evolve for you over time.  Sometimes we may need a lot more or different… Continue Reading

Self-Care in the New Year – Part III

Self-Care in the New Year – Part III

Get creative – creativity is so important and helpful when it comes to self-care.  This can be as easy as getting an adult coloring book or making a new music playlist for yourself to listen to (and sing with) in the car. You could take a class in art/music/photography (and many others) or pick up… Continue Reading

Self-care in the New Year – Part II

Self-care in the New Year – Part II

Adding on to last week’s post, here are a few more ways of making self-care a priority for you in 2019. Create a ritual that helps tap into the parasympathetic nervous system by slowing down – for example: making hot tea (or hot water with lemon) as a ritual. The ritual aspect to this means… Continue Reading

Self-Care in the New Year – Part I

Self-Care in the New Year – Part I

I don’t know why, but I really don’t like making New Year’s resolutions.  However, I do strive for self-improvement and growth all year long.  One of my main focal points over the last year has been improving self-care, and I carry this into 2019 as well.  I have found a new at-home practice to be… Continue Reading

Kimberly Atwood, MA, LPC
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