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Personality Disorders Therapists in Rye
Paranoid, Narcissistic

Judy Wilbur-Albertson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rye
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSS, ACSW, LICSW
“My psychotherapy practice is dedicated to relieving the suffering and psychological difficulties that often result from sexual, physical and/or emotional trauma. In an atmosphere that is safe and compassionate, I will work with you to resolve the issues that impair your ability to live a full, satisfying life. In general, your therapy process will focus on defining and understanding problems, and learning to utilize the strengths and abilities that will resolve them. In this way your capacity for self-awareness and self-empowerment is enhanced, and the process of personal change and growth--of "healing"--goes forward.
Personality Disorders
(603) 379-6178
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Janice George, Counselor  in Rye
“I ENJOY WORKING with adult individuals in short-term and intensive forms of psychotherapy. I draw on a range of theories and techniques to inform my effort to understand your communications compassionately and effectively. People seek therapy for many different reasons. Some people hope for deeper understanding and fulfillment in their lives. Others may feel stuck in distressing patterns that prevent them from feeling satisfied, from connecting with others or from finding meaning in their lives. Others would like help with a specific difficulty such as depression, or come to terms with a painful or traumatic past. Others may want to speak more freely.
Personality Disorders
(603) 319-1896
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Karen M. Pearson, Psychologist  in Rye
“Psychotherapy as I practice it is a dynamic interchange between you and I that has as its' goals troublesome symptom reduction and long lasting internal and relational change. Interpersonal patterns and unresolved personal, life and relationship issues become the foci of change as they are most causal to anxiety, depression and other symptoms that impede healthy emotional functioning. My interest and expertise lie in the areas of young adult/adult development, the psychology of women, anxiety, depression, grief/loss, trauma experiences, relational functioning and personality development. I maintain a healthy respect for the interplay between mind and body.
Personality Disorders
(207) 482-0430
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Gretchen L Estes, Counselor  in Rye
“Welcome to my practice. With over 18 years as a practitioner in the mental health field, I have learned that at the heart of every successful clinical relationship is a strong therapeutic connection between the therapist and client. I consider it my responsibility to create a safe and nonjudgmental space that allows you to openly explore your thoughts and feelings. My approach is collaborative, present-focused, and solution-oriented. I also believe strongly in the connection between the mind and body and support a holistic approach to emotional health and wellness.
Personality Disorders
(603) 760-7464
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Jennifer Gaudreau, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rye
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW
“I work with individuals across the life span in short term solution focused or long term psycho dynamic-relational psychotherapy. My expertise includes treatment of anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship conflicts, sexual intimacy conflicts, co-dependency, grief and loss, (including divorce and widowhood), spiritual/religious issues and complex trauma (emotional, physical, or sexual abuse history.) While I primarily work with adults I also see pre-teens and adolescents. I have experience with and am sensitive to working with people in the LGBT community. I also have experience with and enjoy working with people from all religious backgrounds.
Personality Disorders
(603) 769-8130
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Katharin G Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rye
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW, MSW
“Do you at times feel overwhelmed, anxious, depressed, confused, empty, dissatisfied with your partner or have difficulty coping? Working together, taking a holistic view of emotional, social and spiritual aspects of your life situation, we will develop an individualized approach to build on your strengths, find balance and acceptance, and bring positive change to your life. Sometimes medication can be an important adjunct to treatment, and I have relationships with several psychiatrists who will work collaboratively with us to provide this service.
Personality Disorders
(603) 952-3247
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
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Tammy Sollenberger, Counselor  in Rye
“Do you become overwhelmed by emotions and the stressors in your life? Do you feel like others around you don't understand? Do you feel like you don't have the tools to cope? I provide a non-judgmental, supportive, listening ear to help people contain overwhelming emotions, manage their hectic lives, and improve their relationships.
(603) 329-3296
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Candace C Wheeler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rye
“Join me in an exploration of better understanding why you're feeling discomfort in your life. Then we can map some strategies for relief. I have had over 35 years of experience working with individuals and couples who are stuck in a dark pattern of their lives whether it is related to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, affairs, or grief. Sometimes we just have a sense that something isn't quite right. Other times there is trauma that haunts our present life.
(603) 952-4159
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Allan Lurvey, Psychologist  in Rye
“I work with adults who are in crisis and those who are struggling with depression, anxiety, and relationship problems. I work from an emotional perspective helping people talk about their feelings and understand where they come from so they will be better able to understand themselves and relate to others more effectively. Sometimes those feelings are about the pains of the present and sometimes they are about the pains of the past. I help people sort out these feelings, find their proper place, let go of old wounds and find the feelings that lead to postive connections.
(603) 755-6477
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Lorraine Marie Soukup, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Rye
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, MED, LCMHC, LCPC
“My work is providing individualized coaching for Personal, Family and Business. I work with individuals and groups via phone and personal appointment and act as a facilitator for customized workshops and seminars. Through facilitating workshops and seminars, my focus is to eliminate barriers from where we are now and our natural state of abundance. Workshops/seminars are specifically tailored for people who find themselves stopping short of who they want to be, what they want to do or have in their lives.
(603) 727-4055
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Holly Cerny, Counselor  in Rye
“Significant loss, sadness or anxiety can impair our functioning at any point in our lives. A good therapeutic relationship can offer support and clarity. Emotions can seem overwhelming, but having a safe place to process them can be life-changing.
(603) 769-3633
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
“I see adult individual clients, couples and older clients in my practice. I work beside clients in a compassionate manner around issues and challenges that they bring into the therapy room. I always keep hope for clients and help them find and see their strengths and courage.
(603) 685-3499
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Geraldine Eastler, LICSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Rye
“It would be a privilege for me to have a healing and growth promoting conversation with you. I am a seasoned clinician with many years of experience and extensive post graduate training in individual, family and couples therapy. Narrative therapy is my preferred way of working however I am skilled in CBT (cognitive behavioral) also.
(603) 280-4161
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Elizabeth Doppler - Bourassa, Psychologist  in Rye
“I have over 10 years of experience working with children from infancy through adolescence and their families. I have learned that when children are dealing with difficult feelings or adjusting to life changes that it is often hard to put their experiences into words. As a result, they show us with their behaviors. I enjoy helping children with a variety of issues find ways to express themselves through the art of play, storytelling, and other creative processes.
(603) 625-0010
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Peg Correia, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Rye
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MEd, MLADC, CCFC, CCDVC
“I specialize in working with clients who are struggling with issues such as trauma (sexual abuse, family violence, combat trauma, accidents, natural disasters) and/or addiction. Other areas of expertise include anger management and forensic psychology. In addition to these issues, I am also trained to treat anxiety, panic attacks and depression.
(603) 718-3945
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Mill House Counseling Center, Treatment Facility  in Rye
“If your not sure where to start your search, or what type of therapist can help you, we can help you figure that out. Our therapists have different specialties making your search easier for you. Call us, leave a message and a Therapist will call you back and discuss your needs, answer questions, sort through your needs and direct you to one of our experienced clinicians.
(603) 941-4760
We serve:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, MS
(603) 326-6654
Office is near:
Rye, New Hampshire 03870
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Personality Disorders (Paranoid, Narcissistic) Therapists
If you're looking for help with personality disorders in Rye or for a Rye personality disorder Therapist these professionals provide therapy for personality disorders. They include personality disorder Therapists, personality disorder psychologists, personality disorder psychotherapists and personality disorder counselors. They can help with character disorders, paranoid, schizoid, schizotypal, borderline, antisocial, histrionic and Rye narcissistic personality disorders.

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Therapists in Rye have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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