Dissociative Disorders therapists in Sterling, Virginia VA

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Dunedin, Florida therapist: Dr. Alan Ickowitz, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Dr. Alan Ickowitz

Psychologist, Psy.D.
I have helped clients cope with and heal from trauma resulting in dissociative disorders for more than 15 years.  
32 Years Experience
Online in Virginia
Virginia Beach, Virginia therapist: Melanie Mosbarger, licensed professional counselor
Dissociative Disorders

Melanie Mosbarger

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, CTTS
Do you have lapses of time and have no idea what you did or how you ended up there? Do you forget what you were doing and get distracted by something else. Sometimes it's not easy to learn that there are other parts of you that take over at times, and it can be because of stress or a trigger. I'll work to help you integrate those parts so that you are whole again.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Virginia
Chicago, Illinois therapist: Dr. Adam Shafer, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Dr. Adam Shafer

Psychologist, Psy. D., M.A.
When people experience trauma, the mind has a wonderful way of protecting us from the pain that sometimes comes at the service of disconnecting from ourselves.  
Online in Virginia
Williamsburg, Virginia therapist: Therapy Solutions, LLC, psychologist
Dissociative Disorders

Therapy Solutions, LLC

Dr. Sanness has training and expertise in complex trauma and dissociation. She works with individuals with PTSD, and comorbid dissociative disorders. Dr. Sanness uses a stage-approach to trauma treatment and teaches practical skills to help cope with dissociation such as grounding, containment, etc.  
21 Years Experience
Online in Virginia
Danville, Virginia therapist: Julie Bivins, licensed clinical social worker
Dissociative Disorders

Julie Bivins

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Dissociation is something that everyone does and it exists on a spectrum. Significant dissociation, though, is often highly misunderstood and mistaken for other things. Significant dissociation can look like feeling disconnected from yourself or your body, losing time, being disoriented or not being present, significant changes in your senses, and can sometimes even result in passing out, seizures, and having dissociative identities. It most often occurs as a response to trauma or severe anxiety.  
5 Years Experience
Online in Virginia