Kim Weiss is a Clinical Psychologist in Ridgewood, New Jersey who specializes in fertility, challenging pregnancies, and post partum adjustment. Common issues in her work with clients include anxiety, depression, body image, isolation, dealing with friends and family, anger, frustration, jealousy, guilt, and feelings of helplessness.
Dr. Weiss works with women, men, and couples. She teaches coping skills and strategies specific to fertility treatments, coping with loss, and coping with the major life transition to parenthood. Dr. Weiss listens carefully and takes a thorough history, resulting in an individualized plan for psychotherapy, which may include general support, teaching relaxation or mind/body techniques to manage stress, working with lifestyle behaviors such as diet and sleep, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to identify and change thoughts that may be making you feel worse. Dr. Weiss uses her training, experience and knowledge to help clarify your feelings about your options so that you can make good choices for yourself that are in line with your values. Dr. Weiss will provide information and education, as needed, about the emotional aspects of fertility so that you can be a good advocate for yourself in your medical care.
Dr. Weiss enjoys helping clients begin to feel like themselves again as they face challenges building their families.
Infertility counseling - Understanding infertility interventions and solutions; support during decision-making processes; coping with fertility problems and pregnancy loss
Postpartum depression - Coping with persistent feelings of sadness, exhaustion, and/or being overwhelmed after the birth of a child; developing strategies for more positive thought patterns and behaviors.
Pregnancy, perinatal, postpartum mental health - Addressing issues specific to women and families during the pregnancy and postpartum period, including postpartum depression and anxiety
Chronic illness - Receiving a diagnosis; adjusting to lifestyle and medication changes; coping with related changes in mood, emotions, and relationships; managing symptoms and stress
Women’s mental health - Taking into consideration ways that women's hormones, reproductive cycle changes, and life experiences as well as cultural or societal expectations may impact their emotional heath
Premenstrual dysphoric disorder - Support developing and implementing strategies to cope with extreme emotional distress and mood shifts related to one’s menstrual cycle
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Private practice, 2000 - Present
The Valley Hospital Fertility Center, 2003 - Present
Weill Cornell Medical Center for Reproductive Medicine and Infertility, Fellow, 1999 - 2000
Fordham University, PhD, 1998
Cornell University, BS, 1993
New Jersey: 35SI00416200
New York: 013937