More about trauma and dissociation

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I am reblogging the post from Quentin, a lovely woman with DID

We are growing rapidly like the vegetation in a forest, so we use trees and flowers often as our avatars.

We are raising awareness of all dissociative disorders including:  dissociative identity disorder, dissociative amnesia, depersonalization disorder/derealization , other specified dissociative disorder,  and unspecified dissociative disorder, as well as the trauma and stressor-related disorders including: reactive attachment disorder, disinhibited social engagement disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder,  acute stress disorder, adjustment disorders, other specified trauma and stressor-related disorder, and unspecified trauma and stressor-related disorder.

Detailed information is kept on the Trauma and Dissociation Wiki . This project  is based on the best academic sources available today.  Updates to the wiki, relevant quotes, images and information are posted on the projects facebook page, which has a focus on education and healing.

The Trauma and Dissociation Wiki is full of useful information including: discussion of the association between mental disorders with severe and prolonged child abuse, and how each disorder is featured in the American Psychological Association’s DSM-5 manual, and copious scientific information including academic references so you can improve your understanding of trauma and dissociation.

History of the Trauma and Dissociation Project which began on January 1st 2013 with the start of a brand new year. We have been busy adding many projects the spread correct information and awareness of the Trauma and Dissociative Disorders, and with 2014 not far away we still have many plans for the rest of 2013.  Join us in our work!



One thought on “More about trauma and dissociation

    Quentin Gaige said:
    November 30, 2013 at 01:43

    You are an Angel 🙂


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