Silly ol’ me is using a tree metaphor once again to talk about Dissociative Identity Disorder and the very many different areas of healing work to do in DID therapy.
It’s “Tree Tree-ment” for dissociative trauma treatment.
Ha ha ha. 😆 🙄
This particular video follows along with the article, 50 Treatment Issues for Dissociative Identity Disorder .
I call this tree a fig tree, but I don’t know that I’m right about that. It’s a big weird freaky tree. The size is incredible, and the base is massive, hence the connection to all the areas of healing process for dissociative survivors.
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the amount of work required to reach safety, stability, solidity, serenity?
There are so very many areas of work needed for healing.
After being so shattered by tragic life events, re-building a strong foundation for your life and system is difficult but possible. It’s not easy, but your growth can be as impressive as the tree I’m showing you in this video, Treatment Goals for Dissociative Identity Disorder.
When you watched the video, did you see my puppy dog in the background?
She’s not hiding, but you might have to look for her. She’s definitely visible at a few points. Look close to see if you can find her!
I hope that seeing the benefits of a strong solid foundation, even though it means a whopping lot of hard work, encourages you to do all that it takes for your healing.
If you need some idea of what the treatment goals are for dissociative healing, remember to read 50 Treatment Issues for Dissociative Identity Disorder .
How amazing is that picture about how it feels to have Dissociative Identity Disorder?!
I wish you the best in your healing journey with 50 “treement” issues for DID. 🙂
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