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Therapists Who Work With Dissociative Disorders

Dissociative disorders are characterized by a disconnect from one’s life, either via memory loss, multiple personalities, or feeling detached from reality. These disorders are usually a response to some traumatic event(s) and can result in confusion over self-identity, memory, and strain on relationships. Dissociative disorders differ from more severe disorders like schizophrenia in that they don’t involve psychosis. Its usually more about feeling disconnected in a strong way.

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Finley Terhune LMFT 112607, APCC 3707

  • Versatile, experienced Marriage and Family Therapist. Non-binary and transmasculine identified, with

  • Private practice

Del Rae Phoenix-Wilcox

  • A sex-positive LGBTQIA+ Therapist

Genevieve Fahey

  • Attachment Focused Trauma Recovery Therapist

  • I work with people who feel disempowered in their relationships and their lives.

Martha Nunez, LMFT, ATR-BC

  • A strength-based therapist and clinical art therapist for teens and adults.

  • True Growth Therapy is a place of compassion, authenticity, and where you can get encouragement and support while navigating life’s challenges.
cat-icon 5740 Windmill Way, Carmichael, CA, USA

Sheri Zanganeh, LMFT

  • Improve your inner dialogue by increasing your self-compassion.

cat-icon 2540 Douglas Boulevard, Suite 200, Roseville, CA, USA

Briana Schiff, AMFT #122144, Pre-doctorate

  • LGBTQ, Kink, Sex/Intimacy, Relationship and Individual Therapist

  • Safety, belonging, healing, and passion. No matter your orientation, gender, or preferences, if you're motivated to grow, you are my ideal client.
cat-icon Couples Resource Collective, Fulton Avenue, Sacramento, CA, USA