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A patient-oriented manual for complex trauma survivors.

This training manual for patients who have a trauma-related dissociative disorder includes short educational pieces, homework sheets, and exercises that address ways in which dissociation interferes with essential emotional and life skills, and support inner communication and collaboration with dissociative parts of the personality. 

Topics include understanding dissociation and PTSD, using inner reflection, emotion regulation, coping with dissociative problems related to triggers and traumatic memories, resolving sleep problems related to dissociation, coping with relational difficulties, and help with many other difficulties with daily life. The manual can be used in individual therapy or structured groups.

©2011 Suzette Boon, Kathy Steele, and Onno van der Hart (P)2020 Tantor

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  • 09-08-20

Audiobook lacks access to worksheets

Really insightful book. The audiobook does not include a copy of the many worksheets mentioned, which makes it far less helpful.

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  • 21-09-20

Great book, title a little misleading.

This book and the guidelines it contains, had helped me managing a patient with diagnosed BPD and a big probability of having also DID. I say the title is quite misleading because the ‘Trauma-Related’ part has predisposed almost everyone who reads it, including my patient and other colleagues, that Trauma-Related Dissociation necessarily has to stem from overtly traumatic experiences like sexual abuse, and not from more subtle kinds of trauma like neglect and excessive parental control and invalidation. Anyway, the book eventually makes that distinction clear, so it doesn’t really matter.

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