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Re: ego states Aphrodite

Posted by Pfinstegg on August 2, 2004, at 15:12:16

In reply to Re: ego states, posted by Aphrodite on August 2, 2004, at 13:10:12

Yes, thanks! It's very helpful to hear a bit more detail about EMDR. It's an unknown area to me, but my own T. sometimes uses it as an adjunct to his own therapy (he doesn't do it himself, but recommends to someone who specializes in it). I am considering it, and so want to learn all I can.

I think our Ts would be entirely in agreement about the ego states. He thinks, also, that everyone has different parts, but that in non-traumatized people, the parts are naturally more integrated. In Ego State Disorders, there start to be abnormal degrees of non-integration, with cut-off parts carrying the memories of trauma, neglect and abuse. We probably have the mildest degree of this, while people suffering from DID/MPD have the most severe. I really feel for them, as it must be SO hard to get started on the road to re-integration.




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