Talking to Dissociative Parts

by | 12 October 2018 | 1 comment

Dissociative identity disorder (DID) is the label we give to the way our brain adapts to growing up in an environment of chronic terror. It’s most often correlated to quite extreme childhood abuse that starts at a very young age. It’s both a developmental and a post-traumatic condition.

In this video, Carolyn Spring explains the issues around talking to dissociative parts of the personality ahead of her training day ‘Working with Dissociative Disorders in Clinical Practice’.

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  1. Thank you for such clarity on a condition that has tortured and intruded my life and caused huge problems. I gained some real achievement in my life but never shaken this tortured separation of existence. Lucky now after many years to be working with Michelle in Stansted who recommended you. I believe I can integrate. Finally out from mental abuse of coercive control and gas lighting which locked me up as the problem so no mind to self recovery. Thanks Lydia


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