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Recognizing and Restoring the Severely Abused

Dissociative Identity Disorder: Recognizing and Restoring the Severely Abused

Due to Dr. Tom Hawkins’ death in 2010, the envisioned volumes 2 and 3 of this series will not be completed.

The material that was to be covered in these additional volumes is presented in Modules 3 & 4 of our Restoring the Shattered Training Series.


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Table of Contents


CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION


CHAPTER 2: UNDERSTANDING DID

Definition of Dissociation
Definition of Dissociative Identity Disorder
Cause of DID
Frequency of DID
Types of DID


CHAPTER 3: RECOGNIZING DID
Diagnostic Tools
Diagnostic Clues in Adults
Diagnostic Clues in Children


CHAPTER 4: TREATMENT ISSUES
Abuse Dynamics
Physical
Psychological
Spiritual
Programming Dynamics
Definition of Programming
Types of Programming/Mind-control
The Process of Programming
Programming Indicators
Types of Programs
Removing Programming


CHAPTER 5: UNDERSTANDING MEMORY
Narrative Memory
Traumatic Memory
Accuracy of Traumatic Versus Narrative Memory
Implicit Memory
Body Memory
Early Memory
Deliberate Confusion of Memory
Validating Indicators of True Traumatic Memories
Conclusion


CHAPTER 6: HEALING MEMORIES WITH TRUTH
Introduction
Purposes of Memory Work
Timing of Memory Work
Barriers to Doing Memory Work
How to Do Memory Work


APPENDICES
A. Renunciation and Affirmation Statements
B. Satanic Calendar
C. Definition of Terms
D. Selected Bibliography


About the Authors


Tom R. Hawkins, PhD, claimed no mental health credentials but has a twenty year history of working with hundreds of complex DID cases, beginning on an inpatient DID unit. His prior twenty-five years as a pastor, along with his doctorate in Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary, provided a foundation for addressing the often complex spiritual dynamics of ritual abuse survivors. As founder and president of Restoration in Christ Ministries and a long-time member of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation, he has had broad interactions with hundreds of therapists working extensively with DID. In addition, he has walked alongside his wife, Diane W. Hawkins, in her own journey of healing from complex DID. Together, they were international speakers on the subject.

 

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