In response to some questions asked about my previous blog article about Mother’s Day, I’ve decided to follow up with an additional post on the topic of transference. Transference isn’t necessarily an exciting topic, but it is fundamentally important to understanding the dissociative therapy treatment process. Hopefully, this article will help to clarify more about the importance of these … [Read more...]
What Did Your Mother Teach You?
Mother’s Day. Mother's Day is a hard day for a lot of dissociative trauma survivors. It’s a day full of mixed emotions, painful longings, unhealed heartbreak. It's so complicated, especially when you think about how important mothers are to their children, and what their behavior teaches their children. Mother's Day hurts the people who were hurt so much by their mothers. Mothers are a complicated subject, … [Read more...]
Protecting Your Therapeutic Relationship and the Therapeutic Community
There are thousands of clinical therapists in the world. However, of all the therapists in the world, only a few work with trauma and PTSD. Of all the trauma therapists, only a few work with the areas of sexual abuse and severe trauma. Of those therapists, only a few work with dissociative disorders, DID/MPD and DDNOS. Of the DID therapists, only a very few work with issues relating to … [Read more...]