Coping with Trauma-Related Dissociation: Skills Training for by Suzette Boon

By Suzette Boon

A patient-oriented guide for complicated trauma survivors.

This education handbook for sufferers who've a trauma-related dissociative sickness comprises brief academic items, homework sheets, and routines that handle ways that dissociation interferes with crucial emotional and existence abilities, and aid internal conversation and collaboration with dissociative elements of the character. themes contain knowing dissociation and PTSD, utilizing internal mirrored image, emotion legislation, dealing with dissociative difficulties regarding triggers and annoying thoughts, resolving sleep difficulties with regards to dissociation, dealing with relational problems, and support with many different problems with lifestyle. The handbook can be utilized in person remedy or established teams.

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By Suzette Boon

A patient-oriented guide for complicated trauma survivors.

This education handbook for sufferers who've a trauma-related dissociative sickness comprises brief academic items, homework sheets, and routines that handle ways that dissociation interferes with crucial emotional and existence abilities, and aid internal conversation and collaboration with dissociative elements of the character. themes contain knowing dissociation and PTSD, utilizing internal mirrored image, emotion legislation, dealing with dissociative difficulties regarding triggers and annoying thoughts, resolving sleep difficulties with regards to dissociation, dealing with relational problems, and support with many different problems with lifestyle. The handbook can be utilized in person remedy or established teams.

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2 Recognizing Dissociative Parts of Yourself There are various ways in which you can notice parts of yourself. For example, consider the following: • You have lost time and you discover that something has been done that only you could have done, yet you have no memory of it. • You hear yourself talking, but it seems as though the thoughts or words you hear are not your “own” and you have no control over what you say. • You experience yourself as outside your body, as though you are looking at someone else.

The exercise that follows, or a variation that you create yourself, may be helpful to you. Perhaps this may be one of your anchoring items, which you developed earlier, or a rock, a stuffed animal, a book— whatever you can hold in your hand and that feels right to you. Find a position that feels comfortable, preferably sitting or standing, both feet on the floor. If you are standing, place your feet slightly apart, in line with your shoulders and keep your knees slightly bent, that is, do not lock your knees.

Describe whether and how some of these symptoms may fit your experience. Describe your experience of each of these two symptoms and how they affected your functioning at the time. What have you done in the past that has helped you deal with these dissociative experiences? What dissociative symptoms would you most like help with? 2 List of Safe Anchors to the Present Reread the instructions for finding anchors in your home. Notice your experience when you think of these anchors. Make a list of anchors in other places where it is important for you to stay present, for example, in the car, in your therapist’s office, or at work or school.

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