Treating dissociative identity disorder with EMDR, ego state therapy, and adjunct approaches

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Therapists who choose to work with clients with dissociative identity disorder (DID) enter into the complex, confusing worlds of some of the most wounded clients they will ever encounter. For that very reason, they are the people who are most in need of our best personal and professional resources: our deepest compassion, our most enduring patience, our courage, and our best technical strategies--offered to not just one personality, but many parts of the psyche within a single individual. Those parts are at war with one another, and it is up to the therapist to show the way to peace. This chapter shares three case studies examining using EMDR, ego state therapy, and adjunct approaches to treat DID.

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English

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“Treating dissociative identity disorder with EMDR, ego state therapy, and adjunct approaches,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed September 27, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/18609.

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