Dissociative Identity Disorder
Resources & References
Table Of Contents
- Kihlstrom, J and Tataryn, D. Dissociative Disorders
- Kihlstrom, J.F. (2001). Traumatic memory: Not so very special after all?
- Steinberg, M. (2008) Understanding Dissociative Disorders., the hidden epidemic
- Trauma Affect Regulation: Guidelines for Education and Therapy for Adolescents and Preadolescents (Target-A). National Child Traumatic Stress Network
- Hope for Healing
This website provides links to many other resources for patients with DID and their families.
- How Trauma Can Lead to Dissociative Disorders
- Television show about DID – The United States of Tara 2009-2011
- Many therapists and researches are skeptical about the widespread natural occurrence of true MPD or DID. They assert that “real” MPD it as a non-existent or extremely rare phenomenon, affecting only a handful of persons in North America. They view almost all cases of diagnosed MPD as having been artificially created by an iatrogenic (physician induced) process. That is, it deliberately or unconsciously created by a therapist and their clients.
- Following is a list of online resources critical of the diagnosis and treatment of MPD and/or DID:
- False Memory Syndrome Foundation on The Status of DID
- Overview of Controversy
- The Persistence of Folly: A Critical Examination of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Part I. The Excesses of an Improbable Concept
- The Persistence of Folly: Critical Examination of Dissociative Identity Disorder. Part II. The Defense and Decline of Multiple Personality or Dissociative Identity Disorder
- The Sceptic’s Dictionary
- Critique and Extensive Bibliography
- Hystories: Hysterical Epidemics and Modern Media
- Canadian doctor’s scathing report on multiple-personality disorder says it should never have been included in DSM-5