About Dr. Kimberly M. Martin

Dr. Kimberly, a seasoned Adlerian psychologist, holds a doctorate from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois, a master’s degree in Community Psychology from Martin University, and an undergraduate degree in Social and Behavioral Sciences from Indiana University at IUPUI. She brings over 25 years of expertise across diverse clinical settings, specializing in individual and holistic therapies emphasizing the connection between mind and body. 

Beyond her private practice, Dr. Kimberly is actively engaged in advancing social justice through her previous role as Vice President (2022-2024) and ongoing Co-Chair of the Social Justice Section for the North American Society for Adlerian Psychology. She contributes to the integration of holistic therapeutic approaches in clinical practice. 

Dr. Kimberly fosters community dialogue on physical and mental wellness, intersectionality, diversity, and inclusion, reflecting her commitment to holistic care and integrative approaches. Tune in to her podcast, “Dr. Kimberly: Tea and Therapy,” where she shares insights on mental health and well-being.  

Dr. Kimberly is proficient in the Zena Rommett Floor Barre (TM) technique, a method renowned for its ability to lengthen, strengthen, and align the body. She also integrates Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapy, a transformative approach that bridges mind and body for personal growth. Available for psychological care and individual personal coaching, she tailors her sessions to empower clients to discover their true potential. 

Dr. Kimberly is licensed in DC, Virginia, and Indiana and can see clients virtually through her accreditation with PSYPACT .  Coaching services and mind-body techniques are available wherever you are!

What is an Adlerian


  • District of Columbia Licensed Clinical Psychologist 2021
  • State of Indiana Licensed Clinical Psychologist, 2011
  • Common Wealth of Virginia Licensed Clinical Psychologist, 2020
  • Health Service Provider in Psychology, 2011
  • National Health Register Psychologist, 2020
  • Registered Yoga Teacher 2004


  • Psy.D Clinical Psychology Adler School of Professional Psychology 2010
  • B.G.S. Indiana University 1996
  • Brainspotting Level I 2020
  • Level I Phoenix Rising yoga therapy 2007
  • M.S. Community Psychology Martin University 2001
  • Certification Center for Mind Body Medicine 2011
  • Brainspotting Level II 2020
  • Registered Yoga Teacher Cityoga 2004


  • Adlerian Society UK Institute for Individual Psychology
  • American Psychological Association
    • Div. 9: Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI)
    • Div 35: Society for the Psychology of Women
      • Div 35-Section on Psychology of Black Women
      • Div 35-Section for Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Concerns
    • Div 39: Society for Psychoanalysis and Psychoanalytic Psychology
    • Div 42: Psychologists in Independent Practice
    • Div 44: Society for the Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender
      • Div 44: Society for the Psychological Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender
  • National Honor Society of Psychology: Psi Chi
  • National Register of Health Service Psychologists
  • The North American Society of Adlerian Psychology


  • DC Psychological Association
  • Virginia Psychological Association

Professional Experience

Dr. Kimberly has extensive professional experience in the Indianapolis Area. Her clinical skills have been utilized in private practice, group practice, community mental health organizations, residential treatment centers, and correctional facilities. She has also taught psychology and counseling classes at the undergraduate and graduate level. Dr. Kimberly has also been a guest speaker and invited panelist at health fairs, conferences, and specialized trainings. Dr. Kimberly has held positions at Midtown Mental Health, St. Vincent New Hope, Indianapolis Treatment Center, IUPUI Counseling and Psychological Services, Martin University, New Castle Correctional Facility, and Christian Theological Seminary.


  • Adlerian Psychology
  • Personality disorders
  • Comprehensive alternative medicine
  • Mindfulness and meditation
  • Diversity and Inclusion
  • Liberation Psychology
  • Buddhist psychology
  • Life transitions
  • Mood Disorders
  • Community Psychology
  • Trauma
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual concerns
  • Social Justice
“I would rather know the person who has the disease than know the disease the person has.” – Hippocrates