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Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder

  • ID: 2210774
  • Book
  • 448 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Some of the most eminent practitioners in the field discuss treatments for dissociative identity disorder, a fascinating yet debilitating malady. They discuss clinical techniques including assessment, cognitive therapy, psychodynamic therapy, expressive therapy, short–term in–patient treatment, longer term hospitalization, and the correct use of hypnosis. Also discussed is how the study of this controversial diagnosis reveals the inner workings of the normal functioning mind.
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Foreword

Introduction: Disorder (MPD)

Part One: Understanding and Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder

1. Psychological Assessment(Judith Armstrong)

2. Dissociation, Psychotherapy, and the Cognitive Sciences(Daniel J. Siegel)

3. Models of Helping: The Role of Responsibility(Catherine G. Fine)

Part Two: Outpatient Interventions

4. Treatment of Early Onset(Gary Peterson)

5. An Outline for Psychoanalytic Treatment(Stephen S. Marmer)

6. The Use of Hypnosis in Diagnosis and Treatment(William Smith)

7. Expressive Therapy(Peggy L. Dawson, John F. Higdon)

Part Three: Inpatient Interventions

8. Hospital Treatment(Richard P. Kluft)

9. Short–Term, Problem–Oriented Inpatient Treatment(Colin A. Ross)
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JAMES L. SPIRA, Ph.D., M.P.H., is on the faculty of the department of psychiatry and department of medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. He serves as the director of the program in health psychology at The Center for Living, Duke University.
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