Mental Health Education & Resource Centre

Attachment, trauma and multiplicity : working with dissociative identity disorder / edited by Valerie Sinason. - 2nd ed. - London ; New York : Routledge, 2011. - xiv, 226 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Multiple voices versus meta-cognition : an attachment theory perspective / Peter Fonagy -- Multiplicity revealed in the adult attachment interview : when integration and coherence means death / Howard Steele -- Undoing the effects of complex trauma - creating a lifespan trauma narrative with children and young people / Arnon Bentovim -- Dissociation and spirit possession in non-western countries : notes towards a common research agenda / Leslie Swartz -- As thick as thieves, or : the ritual abuse family - an attachment perspective on a forensic relationship / Adah Sachs -- A theoretical framework for understanding multiplicity and dissociation / John Southgate -- Post-traumatic stress disorder and dissociation : the Traumatic Stress Service in the Maudsley Hospital / Felicity de Zulueta -- Dark dimensions of multiple personality / Phil Mollon -- The shoemaker and the elves / Valerie Sinason -- Snow White and the seven diagnoses / Jean Goodwin -- Will you sit by her side? an attachment-based approach to work with dissociative conditions / Sue Richardson -- Profound desolation : the working alliance with dissociative patients in an NHS setting / Peter Whewell -- Addendum / Alison Cookson and the Clinical Team at Claremont House -- Dissociation sounds more scientific / Graeme Galton -- Dissociative disorders : recognition within psychiatry and rains / Joan Coleman -- Interview with detective chief inspector Clive Driscoll / Valerie Sinason -- Multiple personality disorder and schizophrenia : an interview with professor Flora Rheta Schreiber / Brett Kahr.

0415491797 (hbk) 9780415491792 (hbk) 0415491819 (pbk.) 9780415491815 (pbk.)

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Multiple personality.
Multiple personality--Treatment.
Multiple Personality Disorder.
Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic--psychology.

RC569.5.M8 / A845 2011

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