Personality Disorders


Personality Disorder Can Be Healed

At Nysa Therapy we specialize in the treatment of personality disorders. Whether you are looking for help for yourself or a loved one or are a professional seeking a deeper understanding of personality disorders and how to provide effective treatment, we can help. People really can, and do, get better. We look forward to working with you.

Our mission is to effectively treat personality disorders, and build the skills and knowledge of treating professionals through training, consultation, and research.

Therapist Development & Residency Programs

Therapist Development Program

After months of piloting and testing our in-person Therapist Development Program, we are officially expanding! The Nysa Team is proud of announce the upcoming launch of our web-based Therapist Development Program. This platform will allow therapists to learn the Nysa Model and its application to treating personality disorder. We are set to launch the program this year, and look forward to sharing more with you. If you are interested in discussing it with us, get in touch with us.

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Residency Program

As part of our expanded Therapist Development Program, we have officially launched a residency program. Two resident therapists have joined the Nysa Team, and will receive ongoing case consultation, professional development, and hands-on application of the Nysa Method in their work. We are excited about this new opportunity for therapists to engage with our work to heal personality disorder, and welcome our two new residents. If you would like to learn about this program or inquire about opportunities to get involved, contact us.

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The Nysa Blog

Welcome to the Nysa Team, Anne Seiler!

Posted by alexbrown on April 9, 2019
Please join us in welcoming Anne Seiler, PsyD to the Nysa Team!

Welcome Michele Lando to the Nysa team

Posted by Adam on August 20, 2018
We've hired a new therapists here at Nysa. Meet Michele Lando.

Farewell to the Monday Night Discussion Group

Posted by Adam on August 20, 2018
We recently ended our free discussion group. Here's a little bit about the group and what's next.