Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Kimberly Monkman, Licensed Therapist, LPC, Licensed OCD Therapist

Kimberly Monkman

She/Her

Licensed Therapist, LPC

About

My approach to treating OCD is very collaborative. I'll be a cheerleader for you throughout the entire process. I believe you're the expert on your own life experience. Outside of work, I prioritize health and fitness. I own a spin bike. I try to challenge myself in different ways. I've recently gone skydiving and zip-lining—they were cool experiences, but I don't know if I'll ever do them again!

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Doing therapy for OCD is one of the bravest things you can do. Trust yourself as you start this journey, and trust the process you're going through. Sticking with it and doing the work will allow you to achieve amazing outcomes.

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Insurance Coverages

  • Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • United Healthcare / Optum
  • Highmark
  • Humana

States

Montana
Pennsylvania
South Carolina

What our members say about
Kimberly Monkman

E.D.

Jan 20, 2024

I’ve worked with Kim for over a year. She is kind and compassionate and I am so grateful for all the things she has helped me overcome on my journey!!

N.B.

Oct 24, 2023

Kimberly is very understanding and utilizes the time we have efficiently.

I.W.

Aug 23, 2023

Kim is very good at doing erp with me.

J.N.

Aug 21, 2023

Our therapist was great. Explained the process clearly and showing willingness to help. The session went very well.

E.M.

Aug 18, 2023

Kim is so kind and a very good listener. i’m excited to work with her.

T.M.

Aug 01, 2023

I have worked with Kim for about a month and she is fantastic. She has guided me well and my OCD symptoms have reduced significantly since the start. She is great at leading you and encouraging you while not giving you the affirmation your OCD wants. 10/10

D.M.

Jul 27, 2023

I look forward to seeing the progress made.

I.W.

Jul 17, 2023

BTW, this is not a bot or fake review, I just couldn't decide between 4 and 5 so I hit 5 for everything. Overall good experience, AND THEY ACCEPT INSURANCE. *proceed to typing furiously now mental health community*

M.I.

Feb 14, 2023

Therapist is great

R.R.

Feb 01, 2023

Kim does a great job. She is very experienced and intuitive and quickly gets to the heart of the issue. Her council is direct and honest

L.N.

Jan 10, 2023

therapist did an amazing job. well educated, compassionate and thoughtful. look forward to seeing her on a regular basis

M.I.

Dec 12, 2022

Kim was great. This session was my best one yet and I can feel myself slowly but surely getting back to myself

R.R.

Oct 26, 2022

Kim is doing a great job. Her patience and understanding tone is reassuring

A.S.

Aug 04, 2022

I know that Kim is checking on some things for me, thank you!

A.S.

Jul 28, 2022

I didn’t really feel any anxiety at all. I feel like I am on the right path and can’t wait to make some progress. My thanks to Kim!

C.W.

Jul 12, 2022

Kimberly could not be a better therapist. She is appreciated!

anonymous

Apr 29, 2022

Kim is really professional in our sessions, and is proving me with the care and direction that is helping me get better.

anonymous

Mar 23, 2022

Kim is Great!

anonymous

Dec 14, 2021

I can’t say enough great things about my therapist. I never thought anyone would be able to help me and she’s been so patient and helpful and never judgmental. I’m so grateful. I have had ocd since I was 6 years old, I accepted it as who I was. I feel more free than I have felt in my entire life.

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Kimberly Monkman about 1 year

Here are some tips on how to practice self-compassion! -Talk to yourself like you would talk to a loved one who is also struggling -Use the same tone with yourself that you would use with a loved one -Make sure you are doing things that are good for you in the long term (not just the short term) -Utilize self-compassion statements that are not necessarily reassurance in nature. For example, "I am strong" or "I am doing the best I can". *Be patient and practice this skill even when it doesn't feel authentic* Self-compassion is difficult but it can make all the difference in recovery.

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Specialties

These designations signify the therapist's expertise in treating specific mental health conditions, ensuring you receive the personalized care you deserve.

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Cultural competencies

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Languages spoken

  • English

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