3. Survivors with Dissociative Identity Disorder: Perspectives on the Counseling Process (Pages 308-322)
Lamerial Jacobson, Jesse Fox, Hope Bell, Melissa Zeligman and Joseph Graham
Although individuals diagnosed with dissociative identity disorder (DID) report high levels of trauma across their lifetime, there has been little research on survivors of DID and what they perceive as effective counseling techniques, therapist qualities, and treatment outcomes. The purpose of this study was to examine the perspectives on the counseling process of clients diagnosed with DID (N = 13). This article spells out the implications of the findings for counselors working with survivors of DID.