By Elizabeth F. Howell
Building at the entire theoretical version of dissociation elegantly constructed in The Dissociative Mind, Elizabeth Howell makes one other necessary contribution to the clinical realizing of dissociative states with Understanding and Treating Dissociative identification disease. Howell, operating in the realm of relational psychoanalysis, explicates a multifaceted method of the therapy of this interesting but usually misunderstood situation, which includes the partitioning of the character into part-selves that stay blind to each other, frequently the results of significantly aggravating experiences.
Howell starts off with an explication of dissociation idea and study that incorporates the dynamic subconscious, trauma concept, attachment, and neuroscience. She then discusses the identity and analysis of Dissociative identification sickness (DID) prior to relocating directly to define a phase-oriented therapy plan, including facilitating a multileveled co-constructed healing dating, emphasizing the multiplicity of transferences, countertransferences, and types of power enactments. She then expands the remedy probabilities to incorporate dreamwork, prior to relocating directly to talk about the risks involved within the therapy of DID and the way to mitigate them. All recommendations and technical techniques are permeated with wealthy medical examples.
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Understanding and Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Relational Approach (Relational Perspectives Book Series) by Elizabeth F. Howell