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  • Tags: Multiple Personality Disorder

This abstract is one portion of a panel on Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. It was given on Saturday, February 23, 1991, for the California Psychological Association Conference in San Diego. This paper details a protocol of Eye Movement…

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), formerly Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD), remains among the most challenging of mental disorders. It is difficult to understand, to diagnose, to treat, to discuss objectively in the face of the many…

This article briefly reviews the tactical integrationist's perspective in the work with multiple personality disorder patients. Its foundation is a cognitively based treatment paradigm geared toward controlled abreactions with cognitive restructuring…

Dissociation is the result of overwhelming trauma. The major feature of patients with Dissociative Disorders is a disturbance or alteration in the normally integrative functions of identity, memory, or consciousness (American Psychiatric Association,…

Ann Norris first went to see Laguna Beach psychologist Doug Sawin in 1988. She had recently graduated from college with a degree in music and suffered from insomnia and drank alcohol to sleep. But it was her relationship with her mother, Judy, that…
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