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Dissociative Disorders Therapists in Kansas City
Amnesia, Multiple Personality

Allison Nicole Gilson, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“I am trained in specialized treatments designed to help individuals who are experiencing trauma-related symptoms. Whether you recently experienced a trauma or have been struggling with PTSD for years, these gold-standard treatments have been shown in research to be effective and safe ways to manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. The treatments I am trained include: Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure (PE), Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) and Mindfulness-based approaches.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 865-5937
Kansas City, Missouri 64108
Trauma Healing & Recovery Institute, Inc., Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
“We provide individual and group therapy for those who have suffered from trauma. We specialize in treating individuals who have had a single-incident trauma as well as those who have experienced multiple traumas throughout their life. We are also experienced in working with dissociation and the full range of PTSD symptoms. We exclusively treat trauma and are committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment in which people can reclaim their strength, hope, and vitality and have an empowering life.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 759-2953
Kansas City, Missouri 64106
Terrence Michael Henderson, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Clients come to me seeking help for their life issues which may include: childhood trauma, depression, suicidal thinking, self-harm, personal life crisis, relationship issues,children and adolescents with behavior disorders, school related behavior problems including bullying, truancy, refusal to attend. I incorporate many aspects of several theories. These include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Behavioral, Gestalt, Humanistic and Mindfulness. My goal for each client is to help facilitate your journey in a safe,relaxed,non-judgemental environment where you can feel comfortable.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 841-7772
Kansas City, Missouri 64153
Donna K Burgess, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Are you overwhelmed? Everyone needs help occasionally through life transitions. If you feel like you do not fit in or have difficulty saying no to others. If you feel like you give too much to others and experience episodes of anger or depression. I have extensive helping experience with these and other issues. Learning to value yourself is a crucial step towards improving how you feel and improving your relationships. When you feel better your relationships usually improve.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 607-3869
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Mary Bradley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSCSW, LCSW
“I value our relationship and will do my best to ensure you feel safe and comfortable as we begin our work. Traumatic history, obsessive thoughts and behaviors, addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, decision-making -- are some of the areas of focus in my practice. My therapeutic approach is affirming of your strengths and your unique history. I provide therapy that is attentive to your specific needs as I lend support, insight and valuable tools for you as an individual or couple. I welcome adults, couples and children.
Dissociative Disorders
(913) 254-3245 x3
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Bruce Manley, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“The people I see often feel worried, confused, sad, angry, or struggle with similar feelings. Many have normal problems, such as loss of a loved one or troubled relationship. Some have major problems, such as depression, addiction, or abusive relationships. Regardless of the problem, the goal is to have a richer, more satisfying life. As well as listening with care, my style is to talk openly, sharing my thoughts and feelings about your situation. I bring a lifetime of success and failure, joys and sorrows, to my work. Born in 1947, I am semi-retired with a part-time practice.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 479-5062
Kansas City, Missouri 64151
Jennifer Newcomer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LSCSW, MSW
“Specializing in women with depression and anxiety, I can help you learn how to effectively manage stress and relationship issues so you feel better and function better. My main therapeutic approach is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. I am accepting new patients. I accept most Employee Assistance Plans (EAPs)insurance plans. I accept adolescents (ages 13 and over), adults, and elders.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 839-9228 x11
Kansas City, Missouri 64151
Saint Joseph Hosptial Medical Bilding A, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Teaching clients to improve their relationships by learning to master fears, regulate painful emotions, discover unmet needs, and move through life's challenges with confidence and courage. I offer counseling and therapy for individuals, couples, and groups for various kinds of personal struggles and career issues: We offer session hours on: Sunday, Monday, Friday, and Saturday by appointment only. Assessments: 150 per hour. Payment: Cash or Check (must have patients printed name and address on check with identification).
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 521-6189
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Adam Lynch  in Kansas City
“We are not meant to live life alone, but rather deeply involved in relationships. Some of these relationships are highly successful, while others have come with great loss, significant struggle, or just the every day difficulty of learning to live and enjoy life with another person. I believe in the value of working through personal problems in the context of building stronger relationships. I will help you work through this on a personal level or with whomever you are needing to have a restored relationship with.
Dissociative Disorders
(913) 956-0297
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Barb Teter, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Emotional pain or depression, difficult relationships, and anxiety all limit your ability to enjoy life. We do not fully know ourselves and the things we do not know can cause symptoms and pain. Working together in a deepening process of self examination can lead to greater self knowledge and understanding that makes change possible.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 866-1716
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Francis J Manley, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“I enjoy working with people in a safe and supportive atmosphere where a person can open to who they really are, and discover strengths and solutions that they never knew were possible. I feel that my client and I can figure out more together than either one of us could have separately. I believe that human beings are self-healing, and it is thrilling to me to use my knowledge and experience to enliven the healing process. I work with people who are struggling with anxiety, depression, past traumatic experiences, or challenging life changes.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 607-4754
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Culle L Vande Garde, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CMAT
“I specialize in treating impaired professionals, Physicians, Nurses, Attorneys, Business men/women who are recovering from various addictions (alcohol, drugs, sex, money, work, love & relationships), PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, and Codependence. I aid my clients in reconnecting with themselves, grieving and healing their past, teaching coping skills to live in the present and gain hope for creating the future of their choice. I have over 20 years of clinical experience, 3 of which were spent working at The Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ learning Pia Mellody's Model of Post Induction Therapy which specializes in treating childhood trauma, addictions and depression.
Dissociative Disorders
(913) 624-1807
Kansas City, Missouri 64131
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LSCSW
“I have worked in the Mental Health field for 20+ years and am comfortable working with most issues. I provide quality services in an informal, yet professional way. I am open-minded and accepting yet still direct and focused. I love helping people to embrace their insights, expand their self knowledge, and make changes in their lives. Understanding and growth is what I am about. Whether it is issues of sexual abuse or anxiety, parenting or divorce, I am honored to help guide you to learn how to better manage your life and to learn your intended life lessons.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 974-0636
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Bonnie Buchele, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“I believe that most people at some time can benefit from talking with a professional about emotional problems that they are encountering, although many persons I see worry that there is something "wrong" with them and feel they should be able to improve their situations thembselves. Difficulties in relationships, problems concerning work or recovering from bad experiences can be painful parts of life and talking about them can hasten change and improvement. As we develop a relationship with one another and reflect about the problems together, over time, I have found that people discover new ways of meeting the challenges that brought them to me.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 482-3289 x2
Kansas City, Missouri 64112
Cheryl A Pendell,   in Kansas City
“There are many presenting issues that might bring you to counseling. Finding a therapist that you can connect with and build an alliance with is important to your success in therapy. I work very hard to create a relationship that will provide you the safety and warmth that you need to explore your experiences; I am very comfortable earning your trust. I use different treatment modalities, depending upon which is appropriate for you personally. Empathy is the primary tool used to give you the safety you need to explore your inner world while we begin to understand your experiences together.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 987-7956
Kansas City, Missouri 64116
Marsha R Read, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, BCD, LCSW
“I am interested in working with people who are dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, loss of a loved one, problems because of sexual orientation, spiritual problems, interpersonal problems and relationship problems. I do not use a specific therapeutic modality but prefer to fit the therapy to the person and the problem he or she is experiencing. I focus on the mind/body/spirit connection and provide a safe place for people to grapple with a variety of life issues.
Dissociative Disorders
(913) 558-1790
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Jan B Roosa, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“I use an empathic and teaching approach to evidence and person based psychological treatment. I help people understand the cultural context of thinking, and how our thinking, feelings and behavior affect each other. We connect that to brain functioning and to how the language and logic we were taught and practice can either grow or distress our brain. We can then experience peace of mind by expressing full efforts in what we do without being wracked by the pain of worry about ratings and achievements.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 237-5793
Kansas City, Missouri 64114
Shelley Stelmach-Nigro, Counselor  in Kansas City
“Do you want to feel better? Do you want to have more satisfying relationships? Within the first session, you will feel more hope and more possibility. In time, you will see your life become fuller. A focus in treatment is to clarify inner issues and to establish a more mindful approach to daily life
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 607-3367
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Kim Goering, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Kansas City
“My practice provides a safe, comfortable, calming space, and is dedicated to supporting and enhancing the well-being of individuals, couples, and families. My clients bring to the therapeutic relationship a variety of concerns including anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, and relationship issues. I am a strengths-based therapist who believes each person who comes to see me has all the wisdom they need within them to heal and it is my job to help them access this wisdom to be the person they were meant to be.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 866-1321
Kansas City, Missouri 64111
Hutchinson & Associates, Psychologist  in Kansas City
“Hutchinson & Associates is a private psychology practice of experienced and caring professionals with diverse personal and professional backgrounds. We dedicate our efforts toward helping individuals, couples and families address life challenges through psychotherapy, psychological or neuropsychological assessments, and forensic evaluation services. We are committed to a policy of strict confidentiality and non-discrimination. We offer expertise in a broad spectrum of psychological issues and treatment approaches for anyone committed to healthy change.
Dissociative Disorders
(816) 925-4852 x202
Kansas City, Missouri 64114

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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 Kansas City or for a Kansas City 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 Kansas City have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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