Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID, was formerly Multiple Personality Disorder. Its formation is not an unusual adaptation to trauma, when the individual disassociates with the trauma that is occurring, as it is too painful to assimilate with oneself. As a result, two or more distinct personalities will form within one individual, resulting in a shift in behavior, memory, and thinking. These symptoms can cause serious distress or impairment in many aspects of life and can be debilitating to the individual's function within the world.
A form of in-depth talk therapy, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy works to bring forth the unconscious content of a patient’s psyche in order to alleviate psychic tension. In bringing buried thoughts or f...View Condition
DBT, or Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, is used to help individuals live in the present while handling stress and learn to regulate their emotions while improving relations with others. Originally devel...View Condition
Meditation is a practice in mindfulness. While many think that it is the practice of “turning off one’s thoughts,” this actually isn’t true. Meditation is instead about learning to observe one’s thoug...View Condition
Group therapy involves one or more therapists who lead a group of five to fifteen individuals in targeting a specific issue they all share, such as depression, PTSD, social anxiety, anger, bereavement...View Condition
EMDR, of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, is a psychotherapy that helps individuals who are dealing with emotional distress from past life experiences heal. With EMDR, this healing can t...View Condition