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Dissociative Disorders Therapists in Atlanta
Amnesia, Multiple Personality

Robin Day, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Traditional talk therapy has limitations because we hold the stress of past events in our bodies. I focus on the mind-body connection in my practice. I also teach specific skills in individual and group therapy for emotional and behavioral self-management. I utilize Sensorimotor Psychotherapy techniques (mind-body connection) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. If you are seeking help for long-standing difficulties or posttraumatic stress from childhood, then I would be a good fit for you. And if therapy has not been sucessful for you in the past, I can help you to approach healing in a different way.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 721-1477
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Robin Renee Thompson-Banks, Counselor  in Atlanta
Counselor, MA, MSW
“A private and personal experience for clients of various degrees of issues ranging from PTSD, anger issues, self-identity conflicts, and a host of mental health concerns dealing with self-actualization. Also serving Atlanta Adult Entertainment.
Dissociative Disorders
(888) 372-4555
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30301
Tara Lyn Williams, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“If you are a client seeking therapy for anxiety, or because of post-traumatic or dissociative symptoms, then I would be a good fit for you. Therapy is a collaborative process where we work together to determine what you need. I used both cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic approaches in therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy addresses changing thoughts and behaviors that could be contributing to symptoms. Psychodynamic therapy explores the origin of symptoms.
Dissociative Disorders
(678) 696-0916
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Jennifer Frank Smith, Counselor  in Atlanta
“It takes courage to ask for help and begin this journey we call psychotherapy. I honor your strength and will bring a thoughtful and genuine presence to our work together. I believe the connection that develops between therapist and client is key to self-discovery, healing, and change. Psychotherapy supports the development of good relationships, healthy boundaries, mindfulness, attention to balance, and empathy and respect for yourself and others. I provide a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space in which personal growth and self-acceptance are encouraged.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 395-2067
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Randy Beggs, Counselor  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MBA, MS, EdS, PhD, BCETS
“Therapy provides a safe and supportive helping relationship through which clients can explore inner resources, experience empowerment, and discover ways of accomplishing desired life changes. I believe the task of the therapist is to walk with the client along the path of self-discovery and then assist the client in living discovered truths. The client provides a view of his/her private world through interactions with the therapist. As a reflective therapist, I believe what happens between the therapist and client in the therapy room is a very rich source of information that can be used to enhance therapeutic success.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 566-9638
Office is near:
Atlanta, Georgia 30306
Crystal Favre, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Crystal Favre, LPC has helped hundreds of children, adolescents, adults and families recover, grow and take control of their lives. Sometimes all people need is the first step of recovering and finding balance. Others have goals they're struggling to reach because of obstacles in their way. In each case, Crystal takes a compassionate, patient approach to help each individual/family work out the steps they need to progress toward their goals regardless of the situation.
Dissociative Disorders
(470) 336-3816
Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Sara Peterson, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I believe the level of success in treatment begins with the development of the client-therapist relationship. From this base, I can support you in facilitating the changes you want to achieve. I view psychotherapy as a collaborative process, which involves active participation. I work with a broad range of mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, anger, grief, and trauma. My emphasis is treating adolescents and adults who struggle with domestic abuse, childhood and sexual traumas, co-dependency, divorce, and relationship issues. I work with university students who are experiencing life transition, relationship, academic, and goal achievement issues.
Dissociative Disorders
(414) 303-5133
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Nick Hersey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LAMFT, LAPC
“Having more than a decade of experience working with children and adolescents I specialize in treating a variety of clinical issues focusing primarily on family dynamics. Marital enrichment, conflict resolution, parenting skills, child & adolescent concerns and trauma are among the most prevalent areas I work with. Drawing from both my personal and clinical experiences, people often state that working together with me has been an invaluable asset in improving the quality of their relationships. Understanding the demands of client's calendars, I now offer Saturday hours to help work around busy schedules.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 236-6029
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Lesley A Ward, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Recognizing that deciding to enter into the world of therapy is a movement that requires courage and need and desire for something different (and better), I welcome meeting you where you are. Listening and supporting your process to engage yourself in new ways and new learnings are building blocks for our foundation. I am experienced in many dimensions of psychology, and my focus is to build trust and relationship to discover what works well between us to foster your growth and awareness in your life choices.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 369-7993
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
D Nina M Goglucci, Psy.D., Psychologist  in Atlanta
“Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Tired of the same old thing? Need to make a change? Throughout my career, I have helped many people like yourself make great changes to improve the quality of their lives. The change does not occur overnight but if you are dedicated, you will too can make great improvements in your life. It worked for them and it can work for you!
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 550-2604
Atlanta, Georgia 30318
Cynthia Schwartzberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“"We all have the capacity to heal, as long as we have the desire" Are you struggling to solve something on your own and feeling confused, lost, stuck, anxious, depressed or overwhelmed? Are past experiences making it difficult to move forward? Are you caught in a challenging relationship? Therapy can help. A non-judgmental, non-assuming safe environment that offers support and guidance can get to the root of what's causing you pain and bring you a greater sense of resolve and peace.
Dissociative Disorders
(917) 725-5048
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Margaret Buice, Counselor  in Atlanta
“To be confused about life sometimes makes perfect sense. In my work with clients, I find that clarity, focus and happiness comes about not by necessarily "understanding" life as much as merely accepting it. Once acceptance is established as a response to interior and exterior conditions, then the old patterns of reaction can be released. This clean slate can then open up new possibilities for living with a deeper experience of life.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 549-6425 x2
Atlanta, Georgia 30328
Catherine M Meiburg, Counselor  in Atlanta
“Children who experience disruptions, loss, trauma, or learning challenges often live with fear, grief, or anger. These and other difficult emotions can cause distress to them and to those around them. As a play therapist (and mother, teacher, and new grandmother), I help children to express what is troubling them, and to develop more adaptive behaviors and more positive feelings about themselves and others. We cannot change what has happened in their lives, but we can change how they feel about what happened, and help them return to a place of security and confidence.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 334-5743
Atlanta, Georgia 30324
Stefanie Speanburg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Feeling down? Anxious? Exhausted? Doubting your self and your ability to make important changes in your life? Despite your best intentions, are you always getting in your own way? Maybe you take much better care of others than yourself. Perhaps "you have it all", but still feel empty or bored? Are your thoughts dominated by self criticisms, fear, and troublesome memories? Perhaps, you have read self help books and have tried trendy quick-fixes. Why continue to go at it alone? Therapy can help you recognize the patterns of relating to your self and others that contribute to your ongoing distress.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 994-4480
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Andrew H Gee, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MEd, MDiv, LMFT
“I am a Pastoral Counselor/Psychotherapist, a Marriage & Family Therapist, and an ordained minister offering individual, couples, and family counseling/therapy. I have graduate training and professional experience in both counseling and ministry. I enjoy being with people as they are and where they are in their life and walking with them as they seek to heal and grow. Deeper healing and growth take time. I prefer to work with people weekly or bi-weekly, on a longer-term basis--as deeply and for as long as they may benefit.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 566-9594
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
Vanessa Hebert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Atlanta
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My therapeutic practice includes individual, group,and couples counseling to those who need guidance navigating through crisis and conflicts, grief, depression and other emotional life issues. I also offer specialized training in addiction counseling. Psychotherapy is an effective tool in addressing issues that interfere with recovery. People struggling with addictions, and their loved ones, greatly benefit from therapy that guides them to a deeper insight than with 12-step work alone. As a recovering professional, I utilize an array of tools to assist clients, bringing into the therapeutic process my own 25-year recovery history with various types of recovery experience.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 369-2051
Atlanta, Georgia 30305
Bill Lane, Counselor  in Atlanta
“I specialize in trauma resolution therapy: my practice focuses on resolving painful issues from the past that keep you stuck in repetitive cycles of negative behaviors. Do you ever ask your self "Why can't I just stop doing that?" or "Why do I keep attracting the same negative people in my life, over and over again?" I provide an atmosphere of safety and attuned communication where we are able to address both conscious and unconscious issues in order to uncouple traumatic events that have overwhelmed the mind and body, allowing healing to occur.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 492-6684
Atlanta, Georgia 30308
“I believe that good psychotherapy is rooted in a strong collaborative relationship. From the vantage point of this relationship, we can examine what needs to be accepted and what needs to be changed in daily life. I began my career decades ago in community mental health, and I have a good grasp of the relationship between immediate passions and long-term developmental needs. I have many different skills to bring to bear to assist in examining these issues, and in making and implementing good decisions. These skills include humanistic, gestalt, and cognitive behavioral therapy, as well as hypnosis.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 873-6840
Atlanta, Georgia 30307
Jonathan Gersh, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I completed my doctorate degree the San Francisco Bay area, which has afforded me the opportunity to work with a diverse clientele consisting of varying family compositions and individuals from all walks of life and backgrounds. I have a strong background in working with children, adolescents, adults, and families with a focus on behavioral issues, adoption/foster placement, and learning difficulties. I also enjoy working with mood disorders and life transitional issues. I also provide a wide array of psychological and intellectual assessments to help determine client needs, treatment planning, and diagnostic clarification.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 996-1768
Atlanta, Georgia 30312
Nancy Cahir, Psychologist  in Atlanta
“I strongly believe that asking for help with personal issues is very courageous. I admire people who take risks to grow emotionally and in relationships. I provide individual, couples and family psychotherapy to adults, teens and children in the Atlanta area. My specialities are working with relationship conflicts, depression, anxiety, self-esteem and parenting issues. My orientation is eclectic, combining psychodynamic, relational and cognitive approaches. Psychotherapy is a powerful tool that can greatly enhance your life with more abundance and contentment. I am not a passive therapist and give constructive feedback as well as much support and encouragement.
Dissociative Disorders
(404) 812-0405
Atlanta, Georgia 30305

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Dissociative Disorders (Amnesia, Multiple Personality) Therapists
Dissociative Disorders are conditions that involve the breakdowns of memory. Dissociation is a mental process that produces a lack of connection in our thoughts, a separation of emotions, physical sensations, memories, actions or even our sense of identity. Most of us experience mild dissociation in our everyday lives. We call it daydreaming, getting lost in a movie or a book, or driving home on autopilot. These examples of dissociation are normal, and a mild form of amnesia. Dissociation can become a disorder when it begins during a person's developmental years and becomes habitual and ingrained. If you're looking for help with dissociative disorders in Atlanta or for an Atlanta dissociative disorder Therapist these professionals provide therapy for dissociative disorders. They include dissociative disorder Therapists, dissociative disorder psychologists, dissociative disorder psychotherapists and dissociative disorder counselors. They can help with amnesia, memory problems, loss of recall resulting from emotional trauma.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Atlanta have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Atlanta you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Atlanta and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Atlanta or family therapy in Atlanta.