Dealing with Dissociation
Dissociation is something that considerable numbers of people struggle with. Although it sounds a confusing and even scary term, it is actually a normal human experience.
For some people it can become problematic however. Understanding more about what dissociation is can help and there are also things you can do to help reduce how often and how strongly it happens. Follow the tips and advice in this recording, and see if you can make them work for you. And remember, help is at hand!
If you live in Coventry and Warwickshire, you can call our Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) service for more advice, on 024 7667 1090.
This recording lasts around 10 minutes:
By Clinicians, for you
Writers: Dr Marianne Durran (Clinical Psychologist), Dr Stephanie Fryer (Consultant Clinical Psychologist) and Dr Dan Barnard (Consultant Clinical Psychologist)
Editor and voice: Dr Dan Barnard
Series devised by: Phil Marriott (Community Psychiatric Nurse)
Recorded at: One Nation Studios
Engineered by: John Wilson
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