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Engaging Multiple Personalities: Therapeutic Guidelines

(Engaging Multiples #2)

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This Volume discusses clinical recommendations for treating Dissociative Identity Disorder as well as pitfalls for therapists. It includes chapters on ritual abuse as well as the interface of DID and the Law.

The book is Volume 2 in the Engaging Multiples series.
Kindle Edition, 204 pages
Published September 28th 2014 by Amazon digital services (first published September 19th 2014)
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MJ Payne
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Have you ever wondered what creates a split personality in people?
The author, David Yeung, a retired psychiatrist with many years experience treating patients with Dissociative Identity Disorder, (think, “The Three Faces of Eve”) presents his material in a balanced, calm manner. I was impressed with his ability to describe the roots of DID, and the controversy surrounding the diagnoses of this condition. The two books he has written answered many nagging questions I have had regarding DI regard
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If only all the mental health professionals were like Dr. Yueng! I think from what I have seen in my area, DID is not considered controversial any more but there are clearly more qualified therapists than others to treat it. As far as treatment, we are sadly far behind where we could be because of the state of affairs that mental health is in. These lives matter- their suffering should not be ignored.
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Dr. David Yeung practiced psychiatry in a variety of settings on three continents. Engaging in private practice for 40 years, he retired in 2006. In the beginning of his career, despite his education, training, and qualifications, he was ignorant about DID/MPD. Through years of trial and error, he learned to recognize and treat patients with multiple personalities. It was a long and lonely journey ...more

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