How To Manage Dissociation (exclusive content)

Includes Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder On and Off the Autism Spectrum

Carol Edwards’ six-part tutorial discusses dissociative states, such as depersonalisation and derealisation. It also talks about dissociation unique to OCD (a defence mechanism) when faced with obsessions. It includes modified cognitive behavioural strategies for people on the autism spectrum. It is an informative document and is suitable for therapists new to treating OCD and related issues and anyone who wants to learn more about the topic. 

This interesting evaluation comes with links to relevant assessment scales plus regular homework checks for strengthening the learning objectives. The contents include:

1. Dissociation and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 

2. Examples of Dissociation

3. Dissociative Amnesia (includes intrusive thoughts)

4 Asperger’s Syndrome (autism) and Depersonalisation

5. Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and Exposure-Response Prevention

6. Proactive Ways To Help With Dissociative Experiences

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