Kimberly M Martin, PsyD, LLC - About
Kimberly M Martin, PsyD, LLC -
About Dr. Martin
KIMBERLY M. MARTIN, PsyD, HSPP
I have over 14 years of experience in the social services industry, serving adult populations, families and individuals in clinical and crisis settings.  I am trained in Adlerian Psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy, mind body medicine and certified as a yoga teacher.  My individualized approaches are tailored to the client and their presenting concern. I enjoy working with clients to help them discover their true potential.   My overall goal as a psychologist is to understand the mechanisms behind the manifestation of mental health symptoms and determine the most effect and accessible way to reduce these symptoms for all individuals regardless of economic, gender, social or cultural status.
 
"I would rather know the person who has the disease than know the disease the person has" - Hippocrates
 
TRAINING:
Psy.D. Clinical Psychology, Adler School of Professional Psychology, 2010
M.S. Community Psychology, Martin University, 2001     
B.G.S., Indiana University, 1996
Mind Body Medicine, Center for Mind-Body medicine, 2011
Level I Phoenix Rising yoga therapy, 2007
Registered Yoga Teacher, Cityoga, 2004
  
Credentials:
State of Indiana Licensed Clinical Psychologist, 2011
Health Service Provider in Psychology, 2011
Registered Yoga Teacher 2004
 
MEMBERSHIPS:
American Psychological Association
The North American Society of Adlerian Psychology
National Honor Society of Psychology: Psi Chi
International Association of Trauma Professionals
Yoga Alliance
 
AFFILIATIONS:
Community Hospital North: 2011
Department of psychology allied health professional staff
Community Hospital East: 2011
Department of psychology allied health professional staff
Indiana Heart Hospital: 2011
Depart of psychology active staff
 
 
WORK HISTORY:
Currently in private practice, I have extensive work experience in the Indianapolis
Area, I have worked in community mental health
organizations, academic settings, and residential treatment
centers.  Employment locations include Midtown mental health, St. Vincent New Hope, Indianapolis Treatment Center, Stopover, IUPUI counseling and psychological services, Martin University and New Castle correctional facility.  
 
INTEREST:
Personality disorders
Comprehensive alternative medicine,
Mindfulness and meditation,
Deployment psychology,
Diversity and acculturation,
Buddhist psychology,
Life transitions,
Forensic Psychology,
College students,
Trauma,
Military/Reserve/National Guard,
Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered concerns. 
 
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