The sound of the stranger in the mirror

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Shatter the myths of dissociation – a debilitating psychological condition that affects over 30 million people globally – with Dr. Marlene Steinberg, author of THE STRANGER IN THE MIRROR: DissociationThe Hidden Epidemic. Now, for the first time, professionals and lay readers alike can learn valuable guidelines for identifying, treating, recovering from, and ultimately understanding this often confusing condition involving feelings of disconnection from one’s self.

Dr. Steinberg is the originator of The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Dissociative Disorders (SCID-D), the breakthrough diagnostic test that allows therapists worldwide to diagnose dissociative disorders based on rigorous scientific testing. She has also authored The Handbook for the Assessment of Dissociation: A Clinical Guide, a resource for therapists offering systematic guidelines for assessing dissociative symptoms and disorders.


MORE ABOUT THE BOOK

ABOUT DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS
Are you among the millions of people who have suffered from dissociative symptoms, and they have caused you inner pain and interfered with work or relationships? You can learn more about whether your symptoms are nothing to worry about, or would benefit from professional help.

CONSUMER RESOURCES
If you or a member of your family suffers from dissociation, you can have access to professionals who are trained in the latest advances in diagnosing and treating dissociative disorders.

RESOURCES FOR PROFESSIONALS
If you are a mental health professional and want to gain specialized knowledge in the diagnosis of dissociation using The Structured Clinical Interview for Dissociative Disorders-Revised (SCID-D-R), become familiar with the resources that are available. 

CONTACTING DR. STEINBERG

  
      
Shatter the myths of dissociation – a debilitating psychological condition that affects over 30 million people globally – with Dr. Marlene Steinberg, author of THE STRANGER IN THE MIRROR: DissociationThe Hidden Epidemic. Now, for the first time, professionals and lay readers alike can learn valuable guidelines for identifying, treating, recovering from, and ultimately understanding this often confusing condition involving feelings of disconnection from one’s self.

Dr. Steinberg is the originator of The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Dissociative Disorders (SCID-D), the breakthrough diagnostic test that allows therapists worldwide to diagnose dissociative disorders based on rigorous scientific testing. She has also authored The Handbook for the Assessment of Dissociation: A Clinical Guide, a resource for therapists offering systematic guidelines for assessing dissociative symptoms and disorders.


MORE ABOUT THE BOOK

ABOUT DISSOCIATIVE DISORDERS
Are you among the millions of people who have suffered from dissociative symptoms, and they have caused you inner pain and interfered with work or relationships? You can learn more about whether your symptoms are nothing to worry about, or would benefit from professional help.

CONSUMER RESOURCES
If you or a member of your family suffers from dissociation, you can have access to professionals who are trained in the latest advances in diagnosing and treating dissociative disorders.

RESOURCES FOR PROFESSIONALS
If you are a mental health professional and want to gain specialized knowledge in the diagnosis of dissociation using The Structured Clinical Interview for Dissociative Disorders-Revised (SCID-D-R), become familiar with the resources that are available. 

CONTACTING DR. STEINBERG

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3 thoughts on “The sound of the stranger in the mirror

    threekidsandi said:
    September 11, 2014 at 11:46

    I did not know what this was. Thank you for putting this up.

      mirrorgirl responded:
      September 11, 2014 at 13:51

      I didn`t either, even if I went to school and learnt everything else:)

    brokenbutbeingrepaired said:
    September 12, 2014 at 08:36

    This book is so helpful. We use it often, since it helps remind us that others “out there” go through similar things to us.

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