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Part I: Mapping the Territory: Childhood Aetiology, Abuse, Attachment Theory Research, Dissociation, Dissociative Identity Disorder. Sinason, Introduction. Fonagy, Multiple Voices versus Meta-cognition: an Attachment Theory Perspective. Steele, Multiplicity Revealed in the Adult Attachment Interview: When Integration and Coherence Means Death. Bentovim, Undoing the Effects of Complex Trauma – Creating a Lifespan Trauma Narrative with Children and Young People. Swartz, Dissociation and Spirit Possession in Non-Western Countries: Notes Towards a Common Research Agenda. Part II: Attachment Focus: Mainly Theory. Sachs, As Thick as Thieves, or: the Ritual Abuse Family – an Attachment Perspective on a Forensic Relationship. Southgate, A Theoretical Framework for Understanding Multiplicity and Dissociation. Zulueta, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Dissociation: The Traumatic Stress Service In The Maudsley Hospital. Mollon, Dark Dimensions of Multiple Personality. Part III: Attachment Focus-Mainly Practice. Sinason, The Shoemaker and the Elves. Goodwin, Snow White and the Seven Diagnoses. Richardson, Will You Sit By Her Side? An Attachment-based Approach to Work with Dissociative Conditions. Whewell, Profound Desolation: The Working Alliance with Dissociative Patients in an NHS Setting. Part IV: Other frames of reference: Linguistic, Diagnostic, Forensic and Historic Issues. Galton, Dissociation Sounds More Scientific. Coleman, Dissociative Disorders: Recognition within Psychiatry and RAINS. Sinason, Interview with Detective Chief Inspector Clive Driscoll. Kahr, Multiple Personality Disorder and Schizophrenia: an Interview with Professor Flora Rheta Schreiber. Information for People with DID and Professionals Working with Them. Index.
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