Elaine Ducharme Ph.D, ABPP Board Certified in Clinical Psychology
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About Dr. Ducharme

Elaine Ducharme, Ph.D., ABPP has worked with children and families for over 30 years. She has specialized in the treatment of trauma and abuse and has worked with both victims and perpetrators. She is a Board Certified licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in Glastonbury, Connecticut and an adjunct professor at the University of Hartford. She is the author of  Assessment and Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder as well as Must I Turn the Other Cheek, a book about the effects of premature forgiveness on recovery from sexual abuse. Dr. Ducharme has lectured locally and nationally on a many subjects including Parenting, Communication, Trauma, Cybersex, Anxiety Disorders, Domestic Violence and Dissociative Identity Disorder and is a frequent guest on both radio and television.  Her weekly blog on WRCH, (www.wrch.com), where she is a monthly guest on their morning FM radio show, provides information on a variety of mental health issues. As Public Education Coordinator for the Connecticut Psychological Association she is a frequent contributor to local and national magazine and newspaper articles. Dr. Ducharme is often called upon to provide expert testimony to the courts on issues related to domestic violence, custody issues and trauma. Dr. Ducharme is co-president of the Connecticut Collaborative Divorce Group that works to help families emerge from the divorce process with dignity and respect.


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