Posted by didworldmap on August 3, 2012
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Posted by didworldmap on July 24, 2012
Finally, after the arduous task of writing specific individuals without gaining agreement to freely distribute articles, we have found an online resource for free articles. Of course, this would probably been much easier if there were more than one of me to brain storm – well maybe I wasn’t listening. I suppose, if there were a staff of more than one body, eventually there would have been some discussion surrounding research sources outside of academic library access systems. Better now than never and my gratefulness is no less. The articles are from a wide array of perspectives; which are not limited to clinical dissection.
Without further adieu Ezine @rticles.
I have taken the liberty to do a few searches … dissociative identity disorder , dissociation , post traumatic dissociation, PTSD , childhood trauma , ritual abuse , cult abuse , developmental trauma , traumatized children , marriage and ptsd … Or for a broader spectrum treatment of trauma or trauma recovery
One of the more effective ways is to find a particular person of interest in the field such as Peter A Levine, PhD or a particular school of thought such as the relationship between mind-body and trauma. From those types of searches you may explore either articles directly from the person you are researching or find others who mention him/her. Finding rabbit trails is what I am attempting to avoid. We can all go type in a name to a search engine and have to decipher what information is relevant.
During the course of finding this location I have located a few other resources I hope to check out and bring back here for your use. Hopefully this shift in locating free articles will be more fruitful in mining useful DID Sources.