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Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder, sheds light on the mind's remarkable adaptive response to enduring and harrowing childhood traumas.  The experience of the mind's fracturing to tolerate horrific and sustained traumatic events, typically in childhood, is an underlying causal factor. Ranging from systems with just two alters to those with an indeterminate number, each alter carries a unique role, memories, physical attributes, skills, needs, and preferences, forming a dynamic landscape of intricacies.

For clinicians interested in working with people having experienced early trauma, it is imperative that one be versed in how to assess for D.I.D, so as not to misdiagnoses and further harm and delay the client's healing. This new training will approach this adaptive use of the mind's fracturing through the lens of an art form, allowing the client to survive then thrive from long standing, severe trauma that was stored away from the conscious mind.

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