Attachment, trauma and multiplicity : working with dissociative identity disorder
|Title:||Attachment, trauma and multiplicity : working with dissociative identity disorder|
|Publication Date:||May 2002|
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As a therapist and person on the multiplicity continuum, I found certain chapters of this work extremely helpful in conceptualizing attachment and dissociation. However, there were also parts that utilized a great deal of objectfication and seemed to warn clinicians of the dangers inherent to working with this population. Like any edited work, there were strengths and weaknesses. I would recommend this book for clinicians or folks with some kind of psychology background, but I would also note that it could be triggering for some. Sorry I couldn’t be more specific, but I read this book a while back.
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