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Hart, C. (2013). Held in mind, out of awareness. Perspectives on the continuum of dissociated experience, culminating in dissociative identity disorder in children. J. Child Psychother., 39(3):303-318.

(2013). Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 39(3):303-318

Held in mind, out of awareness. Perspectives on the continuum of dissociated experience, culminating in dissociative identity disorder in children

Carolyn Hart

With reference to research from the fields of neurophysiology and psychoanalytic theory, this paper gives an overview of the present understanding of how trauma is processed and the possible aetiology of multiple self-states. Clinical examples of a variety of self-states are given and thought about in terms of neuroception. Finally, some thoughts on clinical implications of treatment are offered.

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