Frontiers in the Psychotherapy of Trauma & Dissociation

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VOLUME 4 (2020)
Do Patients Underestimate Their Symptoms in Hindsight? An Ambulatory Assessment Study on the Frequency of Dissociation in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
   Sarah Beutler, MSc, Judith K Daniels, PhD, Andreas Laddis, MD
Environmental Safety: The Starting Point in the Treatment of Children with Dissociation
   Sandra Baita, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Recovered Memories of Child Sexual Abuse: Forgetting to Remember and Remembering to Forget, Part 3: The Role of Dissociation in Extraordinary Forgetting
   Sylvia Solinski, Consultant Psychiatrist
Recovered Memories of Child Sexual Abuse: Forgetting to Remember and Remembering to Forget, Part 2: The Nature of Memory and Ordinary Forgetting
   Sylvia Solinski, Consultant Psychiatrist
Recovered Memories of Child Sexual Abuse: Forgetting to Remember and Remembering to Forget, Part 1: A Perennial Controversy
   Sylvia Solinski, Consultant Psychiatrist
Working From the Adult Self
   Anabel González, MD, PhD
A Journal for a Culture of Collaborative, Science-Oriented, Clinical Thinking  
   Andreas Laddis, MD
VOLUME 3 (2019)

Flash Technique for Safe Desensitization of Memories and Fusion of Parts in DID: Modifications and Resourcing Strategies
Neva Shebini, MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCPsych, FRANCZP

EMDR for Safe Desensitization of Memories and Fusion of Parts in DID. Conference Room Technique, Trauma Mapping and Management of Unplanned Abreactions
Neva Shebini, MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCPsych, FRANCZP

My First Case of DID: Learnings From Treatment Failure
Kate McMaugh, MHSc

Attachment as a Second Language: Treating Active Dissociative Identity Disorder  
  Adah Sachs, PhD

Mindful Attachment: An Organic Way to Work with Children Who Have Been Through Complex Trauma and Neglect
  Christine Forner, MSW, RSW

The Memory Wars in England: A Personal and Professional Experience
  Valerie Sinason, PhD

The First Individual with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) That One Knowingly Diagnoses and Treats
  Warwick Middleton, MB BS, FRANZCP, MD

Envisioning and Embodying Empowerment in Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Case Illustrating the Two-Part Film Technique
  Sarah Y Krakauer, PsyD

Editorial: How are Memories of Entrapment in Abuse Born?
   Andreas Laddis, MD

Commentary: Therapeutic Neutrality, Ritual Abuse, and Maladaptive Daydreaming
   Alison Miller, PhD
Rejoinder: Maladaptive Daydreaming and Therapeutic Neutrality
   Colin A Ross, MD
Commentary: On Dissociative Identity Disorder and Maladaptive Daydreaming
   Eli Somer, PhD
Rejoinder: Maladaptive Daydreaming and Dissociation: Both a Continuum and a Taxon
   Colin A Ross, MD
Commentary: Understanding Reports of Satanic Ritual Abuse
   Warwick Middleton, MB, BS, FRANZCP, MD
Commentary: Truth and Neutrality in the Treatment of Extreme Abuse
   Michael Salter, PhD
VOLUME 2 (2018)
From Proximity Seeking to Relationship Seeking: Working Towards Separation from the "Scaregivers"
   Orit Badouk Epstein
The Relationship of Mental Telepathy to Trauma and Dissociation
   Sharon K. Farber, PhD
A Simple Algorithm for Medication of Patients with Complex Trauma-Related Disorder
   Andreas Laddis, MD
Healing Emotional Affective Responses to Trauma (HEART): A Christian Model of Working with Trauma
   Benjamin B Keyes, PhD, EdD
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in Complex Trauma and Dissociation: Reflections on Safety, Efficacy and the Need for Adapting Procedures
   Anabel González, MD, PhD
Cross-Cultural Trauma Work With a Tribal Missionary: A Case Study
   Heather Davediuk Gingrich
The Potential Relevance of Maladaptive Daydreaming in the Treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder in Persons with Ritual Abuse and Complex Inner Worlds
   Colin A. Ross, MD
Neuroaffective Embodied Self Therapy (NEST):An Integrative Approach to Case Formulation and EMDR Treatment Planning for Complex Cases
   Sandra Paulsen, PhD

The Case of the Shaking Legs: Somatoform Dissociation and Spiritual Struggles  
   Alfonso Martínez-Taboas, PhD

Treatment Outcomes Across Ten Months of Combined Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment In a Traumatized and Dissociative Patient Group
   Colin A. Ross, MD, Caitlin Goode, MS, and Elizabeth Schroeder, BA
Maladaptive Daydreaming: Ontological Analysis, Treatment Rationale; a Pilot Case Report
   Eli Somer, PhD
VOLUME 1 (2017)
From Passion to Action: A Synopsis of the Theory and Practice of Enactive Trauma Therapy  Ellert R S Nijenhuis, PhD
Expanding our Toolkit through Collaboration: DIR/Floortime and Dissociation-Informed Trauma Therapy for Children
   Joyanna L Silber, PhD, Chefy Schwartz Lapin, MA
Trying to Keep it Real: My Experience in Developing Clinical Approaches to the Treatment of DID
   Richard P Kluft, MD, PhD
Sources for Psychotherapy's Improvement and Criteria for Psychotherapy's Efficacy  Andreas Laddis, MD
How Close Encounters of the Completely Unanticipated Kind Led Me to Becoming Co-Editor of Frontiers
   A Steven Frankel, PhD, JD