Dissociative Phenomena in the Everyday Lives of Trauma Survivors

by Benjamin Fry

I came across this article recently explaining how interest in dissociation as a mental ability and a set of symptoms secondary to trauma, has revitalized in the last ten years following a one hundred year hiatus.

Dissociative Phenomena in the everyday lives of trauma survivors

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