Practice Guidelines for Identifying and Treating Complex Trauma-Related Dissociation – Digital Download
Complex trauma-related dissociation underlies diverse presentations to health professionals and is often not detected. This means that many people with complex trauma experiences, and who dissociate as a result, do not receive appropriate responses and care. These guidelines are for clinicians who work in a range of roles, come from different disciplines and have received diverse training but who want to enhance their ability to recognise and work with people experiencing complex trauma-related dissociation. These guidelines include information about working across the whole continuum of dissociation including with Dissociative Identity Disorder.