Multiple Personality Disorder from the Inside Out
Barry M. Cohen, Esther Giller, Lynn W.
Sidran Press, 1991 - Psychology - 245 pages
In "Multiple Personality Disorder from the Inside Out," 146 people who have MPD and their siginficant others reveal the complex issues of diagnosis, therapy, and maintaining personal relationships. These writings have been gathered into a compelling and practical volime for anyone interested in improving the support network for individuals who suffer with MPD.
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Review: Multiple Personality Disorder from the Inside OutUser Review - Sara - Goodreads
This book was beneficial in assisting me with better understanding the experiences my clients live through with Dissociative Identity Disorder. Although not compiled specifically for clinicians, I ... Read full review
Review: Multiple Personality Disorder from the Inside OutUser Review - Astraea - Goodreads
This was the book that told us things had to change. Under the auspices of Many Voices and the ISSMPD (now ISSTD), essays and notes by abuse survivors and trauma-split multiples. According to the ... Read full review