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Interact is the Journal of the Trauma and Abuse Group (TAG). Each edition contains articles by leading contributors in the field of trauma, attachment and dissociation and caters for a broad range of readers, including clinicans, survivors, supporters and interested professionals.
The Summer 2013 edition was recently mailed to members.
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Back editions are available - click here to go to the order page for more details.
First Person Plural have produced an excellent training DVD.
Entitled A Logical Way of Being, this information and training DVD which provides an introduction to Dissociative Identity Disorder and other complex dissociative disorders.
Produced for FPP by Serious Media, the DVD features Kathryn Livingston, Melanie Goodwin and Oriel, three experts-by-experience who live with DID, and Dr Mike Lloyd, Remy Aquarone and Sue Richardson, three mental health professionals from the NHS and private sector who are experienced in assessing and treating dissociative disorders.
For more information and to order the DVD, please click here.
|spiritual dimension of recovery|
|what is DID?|
|working with DID|
|what the heck is dissociation anyway?|
|my new computer|
|the therapeutic alliance|
|individual differences and sailing|
|understanding the realities of DID|
|what is it like to be me? - I am DID|
|what is ritual abuse?|
|from terror to truth|
|why children can't tell about abuse|
|helping to change the world|
|working with survivors of ritual abuse|
|a three phase approach to recovery|
|handling flashbacks and abreactions in therapy|
|postal and email counselling|
|some reflections on containment|
|affect regulation skills|
|the impact of attachment trauma on the helper|
|are you a brain organiser?|
|an integrated overview of functioning|
|states of consciousness|
|attachment, trauma, dissociation and dependency|
|attachment, separation and loss|
|DID/MPD clients - difficult to work with?|
|early life trauma|
|the freeze response|
|childhood, society and trauma|
|don't rush in - report from sri lanka|
|the value of love, acceptance and support|
|unpredictable and confusing behaviour|
|challenges for the church|
|good practice by the church|
|good practices in caring|
|caring for the carers|
|understanding spirituality and faith|
|child abusers in the church|
|the place of spirituality in therapy|
|dissociation & DID|
|ritual & extreme abuse|
|recovery from sexual abuse|
|trauma, abuse and dissociation|
|information for survivors|
|psychotherapy & counselling organisations|