The Dissociative Identity Disorder Sourcebook

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McGraw Hill Professional, Aug 21, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 224 pages

Finally, a book that addresses your concerns about DID

From Eve to Sybil to Truddi Chase, the media have long chronicled the lives of people with dissociative identity disorder (DID), formerly known as multiple personality disorder. The Dissociative Identity Disorder Sourcebook serves as a much-needed bridge for communication between the dissociative individual and therapists, family, and friends who also have to learn to deal with the effects of this truly astonishing disorder.

 

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Contents

Dissociation An Overview
1
Creative Coping or Dysfunction? You Be the Judge
27
Diagnosing the Disorder
55
Treatment Philosophies and Approaches
79
Chapter Five Stages of Therapy and What to Expect
119
When Seeing a Therapist Is Not Enough
143
How Medication Might Help
169
Learning to Trust Again The Group Therapy Process
189
Survival Tips for Significant Others and Therapists Too
241
Epilogue
263
Treatment Programs
265
Resources
271
Notes
287
Bibliography
293
Index
299
Copyright

SelfHelp and Coping Strategies
211

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About the author (2001)

Deborah Bray Haddock, M.Ed., M.A., L.P., is a psychologist specializing in trauma-related disorders, post-traumatic stress, eating disorders, and dissociation.

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