Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Dissociation

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Kennedy, Kennerley and Pearson present a full and comprehensive understanding of mental health problems involving dissociative disorders and their treatment, bringing together an international range of experts. Each chapter addresses a single topic in full, including assessment of previous research from a cognitive perspective, recommendations for treatment and case studies to illustrate clinical approaches.

Using an evidence-based scientific approach combined with the wisdom of clinical experience, the authors make the relevance of dissociation immediately recognisable to those familiar with PTSD, dissociative identity disorder, eating disorders, hallucinations and a wide range of psychological and non-organic physical health disorders. Designed to provide new perspectives on both research and treatment, Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to the Understanding and Treatment of Dissociation includes a wide range of material that will appeal to clinicians, academics and students.

The book comes from a CBT perspective and the editors are well known and respected in this field. They bring a welath of knowledge and experience in both childhood and adult disturbance. I was impressed by the breadth of information and research of the 18 chapters present on dissociation in its many manifestations… This book is refreshing because it explains dissociation, seeks to demystify it and explains how it can be worked with in therapy… [A] very helpful and long overdue guide to call on for my own clinical work. How to Use This Book.

Stopa , Chapter 6: Imagery and Dissociation. The traumagenic neurodevelopmental model of psychosis revisited is a article also available at this link.

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Polarity Management presents a unique model and set of principles that will challenge you to look at situations in new ways. Also included are exercises to strengthen your skills, and case studies to help you begin applying the model to your own unsolvable problems. John Read: Childhood Adversity and Psychosis: From Heresy to Certainty is a 50 minute talk by one of the greatest experts in this field that reviews the evidence, with both detail and black humor at points.

Trauma-Focused Treatment in Psychosis is a thesis about the effectiveness and safety of evidence-based trauma-focused treatments in people with a psychotic disorder.

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Both exposure therapy and EMDR were found to be safe and effective. The entire thesis is available for free at this link. There is also a mini-documentary about people involved in this study, Trauma Treatment in Psychosis , with English subtitles. Allen, J. Dissociative detachment relates to psychotic symptoms and personality decompensation. Compr Psychiatry, 38 6 , Berenbaum, H.


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