1. Jean Brunson 10/05/2017 at 11:44 pm .

    Thank you for writing about dissociation. I have worked with victims of SRA for 17 years, so I have met close to 100 alters. I find this work rewarding, but often difficult. I do plan to share it. I hope we can connect on Facebook to share our experiences, the victories and the challenges.

  2. Anne Marie Yates 13/06/2017 at 1:33 pm .

    Really useful article

  3. Steph Davies 17/10/2017 at 7:21 pm .

    I’m so glad my google search led me to this page. Very useful and informative. Thank you.

  4. Mark 08/03/2018 at 3:48 pm .

    The best therapist comes with personal experience, that’s what’s needed to begin the understanding. In my experience that understanding builds trust , to have suffered trauma in it’s true form and not just simply lost track of time whilst driving home , i was insulted when my therapist said this , how on earth could you bring that to the table and expect to build trust is beyond belief. Depersonalization and derealisation are both very hard to part with and be free of , it takes a lot of time to not only find trust in your therapist, but yourself when everything around you wreaks of PTSD. Mindfulness is a great start as it begins to ground the sufferer in the here and now and begin meditation to relax . My memory disappeared for ten years and I still sit upright being unable to relax , but I’m determined to not let the past ruin the rest of my life . I.ooking forward to reading your book and will let you know how much I take from it .

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