Online Dissociative Disorders therapists in California

Below is a list of therapists offering online sessions in California

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San Diego, California therapist: Sean Sprigle, licensed professional counselor
Dissociative Disorders

Sean Sprigle

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPCC
I was previously the program director for a trauma program specializing in dissociative disorders.  
7 Years Experience
In-Person in San Diego, CA 92037
In-Person in Los Angeles, CA 90026
Online in California
Encino, California therapist: Sam Naimi, licensed clinical social worker
Dissociative Disorders

Sam Naimi

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW, Psychotherapist, & Psychoanalytic Candidate
As a psychoanalytically trained therapist, I delve into the unconscious mind to understand and treat dissociative disorders. Dissociation, where a person experiences a disconnect from their thoughts, emotions, or memories, can often stem from past traumas. Through our work together, we'll gently explore these unconscious memories and hidden emotional conflicts that contribute to dissociation. By bringing unconscious experiences to light, we can facilitate communication and integration between fragmented parts of the self, ultimately promoting healing and a stronger sense of wholeness.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in Encino, CA
In-Person in Beverly Hills, CA
Online in California, New Jersey
San Diego, California therapist: Heather Marriatori, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Heather Marriatori

Psychologist, PhD
I have several years of experience working with dissociative disorders such as depersonalization/derealization and more.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in San Diego, CA 92108
Online in California
Pleasanton, California therapist: Dr. Rebecca Scott, Psy.D, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Dr. Rebecca Scott, Psy.D

Psychologist, Clinical Psychologist, Certified in Holistic Health
I have experience working with severe mental illness including dissociative disorders and can provide CBT skills.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Pleasanton, CA 94566
In-Person in Walnut Creek, CA
Online in California
San Francisco, California therapist: Helen Star, MFT, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Helen Star, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist, MFT, SEP
Trauma can live in the body unaddressed for a lifetime. It impacts every aspect of the person’s experience, from health concerns to psychological instability to insecurities in achieving life goals. Working through trauma is the single most important piece in establishing a more harmonious life perspective. Adults often can’t identify the source of their anxieties because it is buried in childhood experience. Or, they know the source, but addressing the impact of trauma has been elusive. Whether you identify a single traumatic experience in your life or you experience the result through a highly strung nervous system, trauma can be addressed through working with the sensations of the body. I was originally trained in Somatic Psychotherapy and have over 25 years of working with the language of the body. This is done through mindful observation of the body’s experience in the here and now and through expressive art and movement therapy as well as talking through the event itself. The resolution comes from a place of self-love and resiliency is built by building support in one’s life.  
33 Years Experience
Online in California
Berkeley, California therapist: Jesse Whittle-Utter, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Jesse Whittle-Utter

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A., Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist #79783
I use EMDR and somatic therapy to help with trauma-related dissociation.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person in Berkeley, CA 94709
Online in California
Beverly Hills, California therapist: Dr. Cassidy Blair, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Dr. Cassidy Blair

Psychologist, B.A., M.A., Psy.D.
These disorders call for therapies which have prove successful in encountering them and which will be selected based on the personality, characteristics, and needs of the client.  
24 Years Experience
Online in California
Santa Monica, California therapist: Christopher Schamber, licensed clinical social worker
Dissociative Disorders

Christopher Schamber

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Dissociation is one of the brain's most powerful tools to cope with threatening memories or information. A little dissociation can be healthy, but for some folks, they may begin encountering blank spots in their memory or the feeling that they are acting radically different in various situations. By calming the nervous system and processing underlying trauma, these dissociative symptoms can be alleviated.  
8 Years Experience
Online in California
Santa Monica, California therapist: Timothy Walker, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Timothy Walker

Marriage and Family Therapist, LMFT
Sometime in the past, you were exposed to something, or a series of somethings, so radically alarming that your mind and body and spirit could not remain integrated. You split apart in order to survive. And as the threat subsided, you connected back to yourself, but fractures remain, and you never know when a new stressor will send you into a dissociative state once again. You don't have to live your life, floating like a ghost behind, and above your body, witnessing it all from afar. Let's heal your dissociation, and mend the inner schisms.  
7 Years Experience
Online in California
Irvine, California therapist: Barry Ross, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Barry Ross

Psychologist, Ph.D.
I am a psychologist, marriage family therapist, bioenergetic analyst, and psychoanalyst with more than 30 years of clinical experience in treating adolescents, adults, and marital couples. I am skilled in helping a person to feel understood and related to in a new and helpful way.  
40 Years Experience
In-Person in Irvine, CA 92606
Online in California
Seattle, Washington therapist: Eric Olsen, life coach
Dissociative Disorders

Eric Olsen

Life Coach, Trauma, PTSD, BSc Sciences, DoD Career Councilor, SARC, DAPA, Pre Licensed Human Intelligence / Psychology, Life Coach. | Professional Support: LSSBB, PgM, Bluestone PMP,
We help you work through your dissociative disorder and find new habits and patterns to heal.  
15 Years Experience
Santa Ana, California therapist: Mary Knoblock, hypnotherapist
Dissociative Disorders

Mary Knoblock

Hypnotherapist, Licensed RTT Practitioner, Clinical Hypnotist, Duke Certified Health Coach, Spiritual Counselor
We can work through your dissociated disorders with different tools. Clients have found the emotion code, and RTT to be very helpful in managing their dissociative disorders.  
9 Years Experience
San Francisco, California therapist: Jessica Thompson, licensed clinical social worker
Dissociative Disorders

Jessica Thompson

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MSW, LCSW
When we dissociate from our bodies or the environment, our system is often attempting to protect and regulate itself from overwhelm. So we need to explore what is overwhelming the body and nervous system, and how to best respond. I also recommend a deep distress tolerance practice here--learning to accept and be with ourselves no matter how we are showing up.  
10 Years Experience
Online in California
Beverly Hills, California therapist: Paula E. Bruce, Ph.D. & Associates, A Psychological Corporation, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Paula E. Bruce, Ph.D. & Associates, A Psychological Corporation

Psychologist, Clinical and Forensic Psychology
Significant trauma may lead to the onset of a dissociative disorder. Our work together can help work on managing the significant emotional distress and trauma and improve affect tolerance.  
28 Years Experience
In-Person in Los Angeles, CA 90015
Online in California
Valencia, California therapist: TREATMENT AND TOOLS FOR TRAUMA, licensed psychoanalyst
Dissociative Disorders


Dissociative Disorders occur when the mind is overwhelmed and needs to "check out." This is an automatic process, especially when the person has nowhere to turn for relief from their suffering. Then the mind does its job to protect the person by disconnecting and "going" elsewhere. Dissociative Disorders are almost always the result of trauma, some type of traumatizing experience. In my experience, these kinds of disorders require long-term treatment 2-3 times per week. Just being present in the room with the patient is where I start. Creating a very safe environment that is conducive to talking about your experiences. As the patient begins to experience a safer space I will add the supplements, diet and exercise, and the creation of special "flow experiences" for the patient. You are welcome to call my office at 661-478-0667 for an evaluation.  
34 Years Experience
In-Person in Valencia, CA 91354
In-Person in Irvine, CA 92618
Online in California
Riverside, California therapist: Dorothy Geiger, LMFT & Associates, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Dorothy Geiger, LMFT & Associates

Marriage and Family Therapist, MS; LMFT
Dissociation can show up in many forms - from mild "highway hypnosis" or "spacing out" all the way to the creation of separate identities, and everywhere in between. Dissociation can be a very effective form of self-protection....right up until it isn't. I can help you with the use of CRM feel safe enough in mind and body to heal the wounds that led you to dissociation.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in Riverside, CA 92506
Online in California
San Francisco, California therapist: Tandra Froehlich Childress, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Tandra Froehlich Childress

Marriage and Family Therapist, ATR, LMFT
Through my advanced trainings in trauma and dissociation with the ISSTD, I have developed the passion and skills to assist people struggling with DID and other dissociative disorders. I understand the unique challenges dissociative disorders pose in day to day life. Using a variety of techniques, we will explore the origins of your challenges and work on tools to help with healing and coping with your struggles.  
8 Years Experience
Online in California
Pasadena, California therapist: Tim Eby-McKenzie, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Tim Eby-McKenzie

Marriage and Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Dissociation is the mind's defense against persistent or severe trauma and neglect. It is when a person disconnects from their thoughts, feelings, memories or sense of identity. This process is an amazing defense/survival mechanism, but it also leads to patterns that interfere with normal functioning. Ego-state work, combined with EMDR works to heal the profoundly painful impact of this type of trauma, and leads to significantly enhanced resilience and the ability to experience joy, love and belonging - both internally, and in relationships with others.  
32 Years Experience
In-Person in Pasadena, CA 91101
In-Person in Healdsburg, CA 95448
Online in California
San Diego, California therapist: Ross Kellogg, LMFT, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Ross Kellogg, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Individual, Marriage, and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Dissociative processes can often be hard to put into words and even harder to understand the experiences that lead to the symptoms developing. Through an eclectic approach combining Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Somatic approaches, and psychodynamic approaches, we can find the relief you are looking for.  
10 Years Experience
Beverly Hills, California therapist: Integrative Psychotherapy Group, marriage and family therapist
Dissociative Disorders

Integrative Psychotherapy Group

Marriage and Family Therapist
We work with clients who express issues or concerns with Dissociative Disorders.  
8 Years Experience
Online in California

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