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|All Authors / Contributors:||
A. T. W.
|Description:||xi, 109 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||What is Dissociative Identity Disorder? What are the symptoms of a dissociative disorder? ; Where can I get more information --
Got parts? You are not alone ; Getting to know you ; Respecting each other ; Getting to know you ; Celebrate diversity in your system ; Parts and the roles they play ; Inside kids --
Ideas, methods, and approaches? The safety space/dome ; Daily meetings ; Four commitments to doing whatever it takes to get better ; Lockdown ; Addressing secondary treatment issues ; Contracts ; Ever-increasing co-consciousness --
Self care. Therapeutic benefits of outside interests and activities ; Self-care and boundaries ; Making self-care your first priority ; Medical/health care issues ; Time management ; What else does it take? ; Trauma recovery/DID re-integration --
Therapeutic approaches. Emotional release work ; The daily log ; Therapeutic approaches, and new techniques and modalities --
Fallout from trauma. Triggers ; Flashbacks ; Body memories --
Relating to others. Disclosure ; DID and sexuality/intimacy ; Unhealthy sexual expressions ; Keeping the little safe ; DID and relationships ; DID and parenting ; DID and working/employment ; DID and school --
Guidelines for living. This may not be something you want to hear or believe, but--
; Important questions ; Guideposts ; The power of belief/The power of the spoken word ; Things to remember ; For healing/For re-integration/In order to create a better life --
Appendix A. What's it like to be DID? --
Appendix B. Letters you can use.
|Series Title:||New horizons in therapy series.|
WorldCat User Reviews (1)
Comprehensive, Clear and Concise, A Great Therapy Aid
We often see characters in tv shows and movies who have multiple personality disorder. They are usually not portrayed realistically. This book sheds a tremendous amount of light on a much misunderstood malady. Today, we refer to this disorder as Dissociative Identity...
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