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

The Nature and Early History of Hypnosis
1
Traumatology and the Treatment of Dissociative
20
Eliminate the Chaff or Reject Hypnosis En Bloc?
42
Assessment of Dissociative Identity Disorder
68
Evaluation of Safety Concerns
88
Where to Go
92
Visualized Structures Utilized in the Meditative State
100
The Nature of the Therapeutic Relationship
107
Discussion
171
Case Illustrations
177
Discussion
183
Decreasing Anxiety to Remove Obstacles
185
Sharing Memories
192
Maintaining an Internal Boundary
202
Increased Capacity to Handle Environmental
208
Current Status of the Collective Heart
214

Forming a Relationship with the Personality System
116
Seeking Guidance from the Inner Wisdom
122
Discussion
132
Scotts Progress with Utilizing Systemic Cooperation
140
Stepping Out of the Narrative
156
Conclusions
229
References
235
Index
241
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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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