Dissociative Identity Disorder

27 Apr: Talking about myself behind my back – Daniel Hutt (Is.32)

by  Dahiel Hutt

Abstract—In this case study article Dr Daniel Hutt shares two intriguing cases. The former offers an overview of a case involving the resolution of somatic pain as a result of past life regression therapy. It also informs the reader of the unusual phenomenon of xenoglossy. More unusual still is Daniel’s case study review of a client who presented with dissociative identity disorder and a multiplicity of 25 alter personalities. In this latter case Daniel discusses the historical roots of the case involving sexual abuse and adverse relational system dynamics, and shares further information around the complexities of working therapeutically with altered states and alter identities. The article concludes with a narrative around integration and completion and … Read the rest