Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD

AUTHOR, PSYCHOLOGIST, SPEAKER

Counseling and Psychotherapy for Adults, Children, and Families

 

A warm and sensible therapist

— Are you feeling anxious, depressed, or overwhelmed?

— Does your family life involve too much arguing and too little fun?

— Are you worried because your child seems stressed or lonely?

Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD, is a caring, experienced clinical psychologist, based in Princeton, NJ, who works with adults, children, and families, helping them cope with stress, anxiety, depression, grief, relationship problems, and adjustment to life transitions. Dr. Kennedy-Moore’s approach is gentle and practical, drawing from research plus grounded by “real life” experience.
(NJ License #35SI00425400)

Please call 609-655-2010 for more information or to schedule an appointment.

Office is located at 601 Ewing St., Suite C9, Princeton, NJ 08540.
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Dr. Kennedy-Moore is not in any insurance networks.
Please call your insurance company to ask about “out of network coverage.”

 

How does counseling and psychotherapy work?

Speaking with a therapist can help you develop in-depth understanding of your thoughts, feelings, and actions, and the patterns in your relationships. It can help you, your child, or your family communicate better, improve coping abilities, and gain greater self-acceptance. Read Dr. Kennedy-Moore’s articles below, to learn more about counseling and psychotherapy.

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5 Questions to Ask a Child Psychologist

 

Dr. Kennedy-Moore’s counseling office in Princeton, NJ