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She specializes in trauma including attachment trauma and the use of dissociative mechanisms; such as: self-harm, eating disorders and addictions.

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  • Helpers or places where the child feels secure can provide a way to safely be connected to feelings, sensations, and body, despite the overwhelm elsewhere.

  • The onset for an amnesic episode is usually sudden, and an episode can last minutes, hours, days, or, rarely, months or years.

Trauma

The first four are dissociative amnesia, dissociative fugue, depersonalization disorder and dissociative identity disorder previously called multiple personality disorder.

  • Talk to your doctor if you think you might be experiencing symptoms of dissociation or a related condition.

  • This means working with a therapist who understands trauma and the way it affects your body and mind.

  • Men are more likely to deny symptoms and trauma histories, and commonly exhibit more violent behavior, rather than amnesia or fugue states.




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