Dissociative Disorders

Carol Williams

All the strengths assessments say my number one character trait is ‘authenticity’. I am considered a Rogerian therapist….a humanist. I care about you and your well-being.

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Carol Williams

All the strengths assessments say my number one character trait is ‘authenticity’. I am considered a Rogerian therapist….a humanist. I care about you and your well-being.

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Sarah Joseph

I am an EMDR-trained therapist who helps clients explore how their nervous system has adapted to stress and trauma over their life span. My background is in trauma-sensitive yoga. I am pursuing training in Internal Family Systems Therapy and EFIT.

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Marni McGarry

Ms. McGarry is an Integrative Psychotherapist who approaches each individual with the belief that all people have what they need to heal and is grateful to help facilitate this lifelong process.

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Kate Wester

My integrative approach combines deeply relational, trauma-informed, somatic, contemplative, and expressive practices to support the recovery of your innate resilience and wholeness, and to strengthen your capacity to manage difficulties.

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Jennifer K Anderson

I am a trauma therapist specializing in complex trauma, dissociation and attachment trauma. I utilize EMDR, Brainspotting, Parts work, and somatic work.

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Barbara Maresca

People come to see me for help with a wide range mental health and relational struggles. I view the difficulties people face not as simply disorders, but as learned behavior that serve important purposes. I use a trauma-informed lens and attachment science to understand relational conflicts and personal patterns. I tap into my understanding of…

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Caroline Artley

Do you want to get more out of counseling? If so, I offer new, dynamic methods to help you find peace. Maybe you want to get a handle on things before they spiral out of control. Maybe you’ve gone to therapy before but it didn’t stick. Many people go through years of trial-and-error counseling and…

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Stephanie Michelle Taylor

Hi, how are you?

This is a typical question; however, they make a big difference in a person’s life. Possible differences can range from making you smile, giving you the chance to vent, and/or providing you with an emotional outlet.

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