dissociative identity disorder, Empowerment Project DID 101, professionals, RA and SRA, Uncategorized

Join us ONLINE & for FREE at the Plural Positivity World Conference 2019 – ! This weekend !

From Saturday March 31st until Monday April 1st, we are speaking at the Plural Positivity World Conference 2019! There are over 30 sessions by 20 different speakers! You can join us by subscribing (for free) to the Plural Events YouTube Channel. < Click! You can Find The full Schedule by Clicking here. < Click! Video about… Continue reading Join us ONLINE & for FREE at the Plural Positivity World Conference 2019 – ! This weekend !

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Fragments  #DID101 – Article 7.

Last week’s article was all about alters. This week we look at the difference between alters and fragments in dissociative identity disorder (DID) and other specified dissociative disorder (OSDD)  . The book the haunted self teaches us where the word fragment comes from; Braun in 1986 suggested a sort of spectrum, with at the one… Continue reading Fragments  #DID101 – Article 7.

dissociative identity disorder, Informative and educational writings, professionals, Uncategorized

MPD to DID 25 years later – Name calling, to do or not to do?

25 years have passed since multiple personality disorder was reclassified as dissociative identity disorder in 1994. But not much seems to have changed when it comes down to actual help for those who suffer from the disorder. Hence this year, we will post multiple articles here, to address some of the past and current problems.… Continue reading MPD to DID 25 years later – Name calling, to do or not to do?

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Alters and how to communicate with them #DID101 – Article 6.

Alters refers to the dissociative part of the personality. Everyone in a Plural System is an alter.  Alters have their own personality traits, wisdom, knowledge and memories possibly including trauma. Alters can identify as any part of the LGBTQ+ community and can be anywhere on the gender spectrum. Alters can be old, young and may… Continue reading Alters and how to communicate with them #DID101 – Article 6.