Tag Archives: Dissociative Disorders

What Causes Dissociative Identity Disorder?

I’ve talked about the diagnostic criteria for dissociative identity disorder (DID), identity disruption and amnesia. What causes DID? How is it related to trauma? These are the topics I’d like to tackle next. If you are questioning whether DID is true … Continue reading

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Dissociative Disorders and DSM-5

DSM-5 changes to dissociative disorders. Continue reading

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Private Practice Update

Announcing the expansion of my practice in Tucson, Arizona Continue reading

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Self-Care of Your Multiple Selves

Further conversation about self-care for those with dissociative disorders. Continue reading

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Trauma Survivors and Halloween

Trauma survivors may find Halloween to be triggering for a variety of reasons. Continue reading

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