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Dissociative Disorders

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Dissociative Disorders are a group of mental health diagnoses that cause individuals to experience changes and interruptions of internal and/or external reality. Accompanying symptoms can include intrusive thoughts, lack of physical sensation, forgetfulness, lack of pleasure in life, or the development of multiple distinct identities. Individuals may also experience a disconnection between thoughts and difficulty determining reality and hallucinations.

Dissociation can be triggered by life events or occur gradually, in short episodes or greater stretches of time. Dissociation is not a sustainable coping mechanism. Individuals experiencing symptoms can find relief by seeking professional help including a diagnosis, counseling and possibly medication. 

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MEET PROVIDERS SPECIALIZING INDissociation & Dissociative Disorders

  • SOPHIE-EDELMAN-1

    Locations: Salvéo Youth Counseling, Virtual Telehealth Sessions

    Helps with: Eating Disorders, OCD, Anxiety, Trauma/ PTSD, Religious Trauma, Gender Identity Exploration

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    Locations: Salvéo Counseling Kirkland, Virtual Telehealth Sessions

    Helps with: Anxiety, Depression, Trauma, Grief, Family Dynamics, Self-Care/Lifestyle Habits, Performance/Sport, ADHD, Autism, OCD

  • KEENAN-KRINER-1

    Locations: Virtual Telehealth Sessions

    Helps with: Depression, Stress Management, Trauma, Crises of Meaning, Grief and Loss, ADHD, Eating disorder

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    Locations: Salvéo Counseling Seattle, Virtual Telehealth Sessions, Salvéo Counseling Redmond

    Helps with: Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar Disorders, Grief, Trauma/PTSD, OCD, Self-esteem, Intersectionality, Race and Religious issues, Stress management, Anger management, Emotional regulation, Life transitions, Couples