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Can you tell me any did (dissociative identity disorder) treatments?

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Dr. Lynne Weixel
Clinical Psychology
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In brief: Rare, complex

Because it's rare and complex it is not as easy to aim a single particular technique at it.
Best would be an experienced psychotherapist with broad eclectic talents comfortable treating this condition. Often 3 stages occur. 1st - skills for practical emotional safety, then a type of exposure work to raise tolerance for anxiety and last, as much integration as possible. Often there is only partial.

In brief: Rare, complex

Because it's rare and complex it is not as easy to aim a single particular technique at it.
Best would be an experienced psychotherapist with broad eclectic talents comfortable treating this condition. Often 3 stages occur. 1st - skills for practical emotional safety, then a type of exposure work to raise tolerance for anxiety and last, as much integration as possible. Often there is only partial.
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