Hidden selves: an exploration of multiple personality

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Open University Press, 1999 - Psychology - 128 pages
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This book deals with a complex and controversial subject - multiple personality. It is based on an account from a survivor of abuse who talks about her own history of abuse in childhood and adulthood, and describes her experience of having multiple selves.

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Multiple selves multiple voices multiple transferences

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Moira Walker is head of counselling service at Leicester University and is also actively involved in working with the Leicester Counselling Centre. In addition she undertakes training and consultancy work both locally and nationally. She is author of Women in Therapy and Counselling and Surviving Secrets, and edits (with Michael Jacobs) the Counselling in Context Series also published by Open University Press.

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