Find a Therapist

The therapists listed here may be able to offer help if you feel you are affected by what may be a spirit attachment or possession.

DISCLAIMER: The practitioners are listed for your convenience, but neither the Association for Spirit Possession Research and Therapies (ASPRT) nor those producing this website can accept any liability for anything that happens as a result of you making contact with any of these practitioners or for any work purported to have been done by them.  The ASPRT and the producers of this website take no responsibility and give no guarantees, warranties or representations, implied or otherwise, for the effect of your contact with any of these practitioners, or for any inaccuracies in the information provided on this site.

These services are not intended to be a substitute for psychiatric or medical advice or treatment. Any person with a condition requiring medical attention should consult a medical or mental health practitioner.


Each practitioner has their own way of working.   Some work face to face, in which case picking a practitioner who works near to you may be important.   Others may be able to help over the phone, via email, or by working remotely, in which case they need not work in your

Therapists charge for their time.  What they charge can vary considerably, so you should check this when you make contact.  Often the practitioner will offer a few minutes for discussion before they begin to charge, but again you should check this out.

Be prepared to leave a message or send an e-mail.   A practitioner may not be able to speak to you when you call, especially late at night or at weekends, but they should get back to you in a reasonable amount of time.



Andrew Nichols Ph.D
Gainesville, Florida USA




Pete Haviland ACCH
Houston, Texas USA


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