By B. Fadem
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Each of these types of memory can be disturbed by dissociation. Level 1 Memory of the trauma may be fragmented because compartmentalization prevents recall; amnesia for periods of the trauma may exist because detachment has lead to a failure to encode information at all: this information will not be recoverable. The person may have lost consciousness during the trauma resulting in gaps in memory: the clinician should always rule out organic brain damage as a result of injury. Compartmentalization may inhibit recall of aspects of the trauma during treatment, and detachment in response to the trauma memory may prevent exposure so that treatment becomes ineffective.
Teach and reinforce the following skills: Staying in the moment (mindfulness), self awareness, tolerating distress, emotion regulation, relationship skills, concentration skills, memory skills and attention to rather than avoidance of threat. Brief case examples Level one dissociation in an obsessive-compulsive presentation Sonya, a sculptor, experienced visual hallucinations and ruminations about sexually abusing her baby boy. During time as an inpatient she was observed to be good at caring for her child and there was no evidence that she had ever harmed him.
This book aims to provide up-to-date information and guidance for the academic and clinician alike, so that we can identify dissociation in the many contexts in which it is found, and deliver best practice to fellow human beings who dare to trust us to help ameliorate their suffering. Chapter 2 Dissociation, personality and psychopathology A cognitive approach Fiona C . Kennedy Frequently Asked Questions ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● ●● What might I see in therapy to make me think I’m dealing with dissociation?
Behavioral Science In Medicine by B. Fadem