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Dissociative Disorders Therapists in Memphis
Amnesia, Multiple Personality

Dawn Casey, Psychotherapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
“We offer a path of healing to individuals seeking more meaning in life, a deeper understanding of oneself, in a place of awakening, readiness to delve deeper into soul heart work, connecting of love of oneself, and of others. It is an opportunity to embark on a journey of making life changing shifts and balancing through fully exploring all areas of self mind, body, spirit, and soul.
Dissociative Disorders
Gay Clients
(901) 425-1269
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Counselor, MA, NCC
“Relevant psychotherapist currently working with the child and adolescent population in Memphis, TN. Alumni of Regent University, 2013. National Certified Counselor since February 2015. Currently a PhD Counselor Education and Supervision student. Committed to ending human suffering, discrimination, and religious fundamentalism in all their forms in the world.
Dissociative Disorders
Gay Clients
(901) 244-5742
Memphis, Tennessee 38127
Pamela Keeling-Nuttall, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hi my name is Pamela Keeling-Nuttall. I am a psychotherapist who has been practicing as a therapist for greater than 10+ yrs. As a therapist, I work with clients of all ages, couples and family systems. I am known to be personable, and warm hearted as a person. I am a Cognitive Behavioral Client Centered Therapist, who utilizes ecclectic approaches while working to empower the client to find and utilize their own strengths in working through problems, managing depression, stress and anxiety, and utilize coping strategies/tools that will help to improve client overall functioning.
Dissociative Disorders
Gay Clients
(901) 881-7867
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Foundations Memphis, Treatment Facility  in Memphis
“Foundations Memphis offers integrated treatment for addiction as well as co-occurring and primary mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and trauma. We support individuals who are seeking treatment for the first time as well as those stepping down from residential treatment. Our clinical staff works to determine the most appropriate treatment concentration to fit each patient's needs. Our team of professionals meets patients where they are with acceptance and nonjudgment.
Dissociative Disorders
Gay Clients
(901) 209-4798
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Forward Counseling, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
“Are you the type of person that believes in personal growth and the posibility of change? Do you like setting goals and reaching them? If this sounds like you, then let our team work with you and your familty to achieve your goals. Forward Counseling is a group of independent licensed professionals that utilize evidenced based interventions to move our clients towards reaching their goals. We offer individual, family and group counseling. We offer counseling in your home or in our comfortable Germantown office. The first step is to call or complete an online appointment form to request an initial assessment http://forwardcounseling.com/contact/
Dissociative Disorders
Gay Clients
(901) 310-3911
Memphis, Tennessee 38138
Natasha H Harris, Counselor  in Memphis
“"I believe in treating every individual as a unique person with dreams, ambitions, and desires that should be encouraged, pursued, and always regarded with respect."
Dissociative Disorders
Gay Clients
(901) 425-1202
Memphis, Tennessee 38125
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Lee Horton, Psychologist  in Memphis
“"I love you, but I'm not sure I'm in love with you." The message hits you in the stomach and leaves you trying to understand what it means for your relationship - and how you should respond. It is normal to feel anxious and helpless in the face of losing your partner's commitment to the relationship. In a desperate effort to save the relationship, you can diminish yourself by reaching out to a partner whom has nothing to offer in return except rejection.
(901) 254-8929
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Wally Juraschka, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Memphis
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, PhD
“I am the Director of EMDR-Memphis, a training and treatment (for the general public) center for professionals seeking basic and advanced training in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). EMDR has been thoroughly researched and is considered an effective treatment for trauma and anxiety by the World Health Organization. I am currently seeing individuals and couples with a focus on resolving emotional triggers that block fulfillment and eventually results in anxiety, depression and/or self-defeating behavior patterns.
(901) 466-8013
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Inspired Therapeutic Services, Counselor  in Memphis
“The therapists at Inspired Therapeutic Services have at least 15 years each of experience within the mental health field. Therapists are recognized as a Licensed Professional Counselor with specialty credential as a Mental Health Service Provider (MHSP) in Tennessee, a Clinical Mental Health Specialist (CMHS) in Arkansas and National Certified Counselors with the National Board for Certified Counselors. Inspired Therapeutic Services offers a continuum of services to help children, adolescents and adults who are experiencing behavioral, emotional or additive problems that can lead to shattered lives. Therapist are proud to consistently provide exceptional services in a safe and nurturing environment.
(901) 425-1302
Memphis, Tennessee 38115
John A. Cooper, Psychologist  in Memphis
“My role is to assist in solving personal problems by applying psychological knowledge in a concrete, down to earth manner. Psychotherapy combines respect and understanding to create an environment of safety in which people clarify thoughts and feelings so that they can find a good solution. Most often this involves helping you facilitate and utilize the resources you already have; rarely does it involve telling anyone what they need to or should do. I have experience in resolving issues of depression and anxiety, relationship problems, and work difficulties.
(901) 209-1934
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Amy Balentine, Psychologist  in Memphis
“I view a genuine, trusting relationship as the essential basis for psychological healing and growth. Within that framework, I incorporate the tools and strategies for change that seem most suited to each individual's preferences, worldview and primary concerns. I believe in partnering with individuals by combining my training with the strengths and resources they possess to best facilitate change. I believe in addressing all areas of a person's life: emotional, physical, social, and spiritual.
(901) 209-5409 x1
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Lisa Alex, Psychologist  in Memphis
“As a licensed psychologist for more than 28 years, I have experience in community mental health, hospital-based treatment, employee assistance programs, and as a private practitioner. My treatment approach is gentle, but straight-forward. I utilize a variety of treatment-approaches custom-tailored to what works best for you. My experience has made me comfortable with individuals from a broad spectrum of backgrounds and different cultural orientations. I enjoy working with people and have been successful in dealing with many challenging situations.
(901) 290-4813
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
“I am a licensed psychologist with training and experience in treating a wide variety of psychological disorders. I work with adults with alcoholism, drug addiction, posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, anxiety, phobias and phase of life problems, i.e. marital problems and divorce, job loss, physical illness. While my approach to treatment is primarily cognitive-behavioral, I also rely on other treatment approaches and interventions. I believe that the psychologist and the individual must work together as a team. Thus, each treatment plan is created by working together according to the needs of the individual.
(901) 290-0366
Memphis, Tennessee 38119
Paul S Leonard, Psychologist  in Memphis
“Clinical Services - I have over 30 years of clinical experience and have been licensed as a Psychologist for the past 22 years. Currently, I provide outpatient Psychological services for children, adolescent, & adults, including individual, family, & marital therapy. My therapeutic focus is goal-directed, & solution-focused, using various treatment methods to achieve those goals. I believe in each person's capability to grow given a supportive and caring environment. I use EMDR for trauma. Finally, I have been licensed in TN & MS and have maintained offices in both states
(901) 654-4021
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Katherine Cameron Brown, Counselor  in Memphis
Counselor, MS, NCC
“I enjoy working with individuals on such concerns as meaning-making, identity, self-esteem, and empowerment. I believe in taking an active stance in building your own life story; thus, I often take a narrative approach to therapy. I tend to be integrative in technique, however, as best suits a client's particular needs.
(901) 685-5491
Memphis, Tennessee 38117
Content-Free Therapy,   in Memphis
“I am a graduate of Fordham's psychology department and am trained/certified as a clinical hypnotherapist by the United Kingdom Hypnotherapy Training College. My clinic's unique and dangerous model is both a product of my business studies at Notre Dame and the experienced convictions of the modern revolutionaries of hypnosis/hypnotherapy: Anthony and Freddy Jacquin; hence, Content-Free Therapy stands in stark contrast to most other hypnosis/hypnotherapy practices by striving to end client-suffering in just one session. As we say at CFT, either one is in the business of helping people or one is simply in business...
(901) 290-4784
Memphis, Tennessee 38120
ADD & Dyslexia Therapy Center, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Memphis
“If your teacher or pediatrician has recommended further evaluation of inattention, poor impulse control, problems remembering new information or getting organized, then this is the right place. We specialize in diagnosing and treating ADHD, Autism spectrum conditions, and other neuro-behavioral disorders. Our physician has been helping the Memphis and Germantown community focus better for over 14 years. We have an exceptionally trained medical staff, licensed social worker and psychological examiner, and thus believe and addressing the whole child. We offer genetic testing and psychological evaluations. Behavioral therapy, group therapy, tutoring and social skills therapy are also available.
(901) 881-7680
Memphis, Tennessee 38120
KAREN Consultants, PLLC, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Memphis
“Recovery for the substance user and their family members and friends has been my passion since 1981. I see recovery as a self-discovery process in which we begin to choose new thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. I work with all age groups who have been negatively impacted by their own substance use or by the use of someone they love. Some of my clients are still using substances or behaviors and are exploring possibilities of change. Others are in early, middle or late stages of recovery.
(901) 425-1183
Memphis, Tennessee 38111
The Oaks at La Paloma, Treatment Facility  in Memphis
Treatment Facility
“La Paloma is a dual diagnosis treatment facility that offers both residential and outpatient treatment programs as well as medically supervised detox. Its Memphis location makes it the premier southern rehab center. This 10 acre campus is a comforting place to begin a life in recovery. Complete with amenities and recreational opportunities, La Paloma Treatment Center is the only treatment facility of its kind in Tennessee and one of few in the country. And because the staff are trained in the Foundations Recovery Network model of treatment, each client is set on a individualized treatment program to meet their unique addiction needs. At La Paloma, clients are treated for their co-occurring mental health and substance abuse disorders through clinical services, education, research and technical assistance. With these programs at hand, La Paloma is your place for healing.
(888) 966-9834
Memphis, Tennessee 38114
Depression Treatment at Delta, Treatment Facility  in Memphis
“Located in the heart of South East Memphis, Tennessee, Delta Medical Center has been serving our community for over 40 years as a premier provider for the treatment of behavioral healthcare and chemical dependency concerns. Through the implementation of a holistic approach to treatment, the caring and compassionate staff at Delta aims to treat the whole person, not just his or her symptoms. By using empirically validated therapeutic interventions, we are able to show our patients how to successfully manage their symptoms so that they can confront their challenges head on and restore their personal sense of hope and purpose. At Delta Medical Center, we look beyond your stay with us and focus on designing a treatment plan that will ensure your success long after you leave our program.
(855) 578-5848
Memphis, Tennessee 38118
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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 Memphis or for a Memphis 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 Memphis have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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