Books On Dissociative Identity Disorder:

 

Got Parts? An Insider's Guide to Managing Life Successfully with Dissociative Identity Disorder
A.T.W.

a survivor of DID in association with her therapist.
Amongst Ourselves: A Self-Help Guide to Living with Dissociative Identity Disorder
Tracy Alderman, PhD, and Karen Marshall, LCSW

Practical steps to cope with DID/MPD and emerge with greater self-awareness and the skills to live a rich and rewarding life.
Engaging Multiple Personalities I
David Yeung

The author practiced psychiatry for 40 years and on three continents. "Talking to alters is a strange, serious and ultimately compelling experience. They are not real according to our customary definitions, but neither are they false or fake. They are essential for healing the patient."
Engaging Multiple Personalities II:
Therapeutic Guidelines
David Yeung

Continuation of the first volume; detailed guidance and practical, easily accessible techniques for working with DID, as well as pitfalls to avoid.
When Rabbit Howls
Truddi Chase

Classic DID/MPD memoirs of child sexual abuse, written by alters.
The Flock:
The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality
Joan Frances Casey

Another classic.
The Sum of My Parts:
A Survivor's Story of Dissociative Identity Disorder
Olga Trujillo JD

Olga's childhood was devastated by sexual abuse and violence.
Treating Dissociative Identity Disorder:
The Power of the Collective Heart
Sarah Y. Krakauer.


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