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Engaging Multiple Personalities (Volume 1) Paperback – March 15, 2014
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The author practiced psychiatry in a variety of settings on three continents. Engaging in private practice for 40 years, he retired in 2006. In the beginning of his career, despite his education, training, and qualifications, he was ignorant about DID/MPD. Through years of trial and error, he learned to recognize and treat patients with multiple personalities. It was a long and lonely journey of discovery. It is his hope that by sharing his clinical experience through this series, new generations of therapists will come to understand the importance of correctly diagnosing DID and treating it appropriately.
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As someone who lives with DID, it was a healing experience to read this book. I could resonate with many Dr. Yeung's clients described throughout in the book.
We need more professionals like Dr. Yeung in the field of trauma therapy who is true and reliable, who doesn't get skittish or shy away from such diagnosis as DID and who square up to the difficult realities that causes this disorder.