Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder: The Power of the Collective Heart

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Routledge, Oct 28, 2013 - Psychology - 272 pages
First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 The Nature and Early History of Hypnosis and Dissociation
1
Major 20th Century Developments
20
Assumptions Stages Goals and Techniques
44
CHAPTER 4 Assessment of Dissociative Identity Disorder
68
Where to Go and How to Get There
92
CHAPTER 6 The Nature of the Therapeutic Relationship
107
CHAPTER 7 Seeking Guidance from the Inner Wisdom
122
Fostering Internal Communication and Cooperation
137
CHAPTER 10 Decreasing Anxiety to Remove Obstacles to Inner Guidance
185
Sharing Memories and Internally Challenging the Authority of the Abuser
192
The Postjoining Process
205
CHAPTER 13 Current Status of the Collective Heart Treatment Model
214
APPENDIX A Preservation of Life Contract Avoiding SelfHarm
231
APPENDIX B Preservation of Life Contract Avoiding Physical Harm to Others
233
REFERENCES
235
INDEX
241

CHAPTER 9 Inner Lessons in SelfAdvocacy
176

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Sarah Y. Krakauer, Psy.D., a licensed clinical psychologist, maintains a private practice in Williamsburg, Virginia, and is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychology at the College of William and Mary. After obtaining intensive training in the diagnosis and treatment of dissociative disorders during her predoctoral internship, Dr. Krakauer earned her Doctor of Psychology at the Virginia Consortium Program in Clinical Psychology.

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