Dissociation is a phenomena or defence mechanism designed to protect us from threat. It’s a state that one can move into when they sense danger. Sometimes when a person is in a dangerous or threatening situation a person will freeze kind of like a deer in headlights. Once the threat has past so does the freeze response.
What are parts of self? Do I have parts? Does everyone have parts?We all have different parts of ourselves. You likely have a part when you talk to your kitty: and another part when you talk to your boss, partner or friend. These parts are not rigid – they are flexible and malleable. You can move in and out of these parts with ease, usually in a matter of seconds. Furthermore, you can properly switch from talking to your cat to your partner. When you use the appropriate part at the right time and in the right situation, we call these parts integrated.
Crystal Arber: Trauma Therapist Naltrexone and Dissociation. What is Naltrexone and how can it help me? For some who may be struggling with complex PTSD symptoms and acute dissociative symptoms … Continue reading Dissociation & Naltrexone