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Sun Apr 23 08:16:46 PDT 2023
Please advise how to find online resources and support groups. Give
multiple avenues for finding these. Also list online resources and
support groups you are aware of.
Certainly, here are some avenues for finding online resources and
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI): NAMI is a U.S.-based
organization that offers support and resources for individuals and
families affected by mental illness, including dissociative disorders.
They offer online support groups and resources, as well as local
in-person support groups.
International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation
(ISSTD): ISSTD is a professional organization dedicated to the study
and treatment of dissociative disorders. Their website includes
information on dissociation, treatment options, and a directory of
therapists who specialize in dissociative disorders.
Sidran Institute: Sidran Institute is a non-profit organization that
focuses on traumatic stress education and advocacy. Their website
includes resources on trauma and dissociation, as well as a directory
of therapists and treatment centers.
Dissociative Living: Dissociative Living is an online community and
resource center for individuals living with dissociative disorders.
They offer a moderated online forum, as well as articles and resources
on dissociation and treatment options.
Heal My PTSD: Heal My PTSD is an online resource center for
individuals living with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and
related conditions, including dissociative disorders. They offer
articles, resources, and an online community for support and
Reddit: Reddit is a social media platform that includes many
subreddits (communities) dedicated to mental health and support. Some
subreddits specifically related to dissociative disorders include
r/DID, r/OSDD, and r/CPTSD.
Psychology Today: Psychology Today is a popular mental health website
that includes a therapist directory, where you can search for
therapists who specialize in dissociative disorders and related
These are just a few examples of the many online resources and support
groups available for individuals living with dissociative disorders. I
hope this helps you find the support and resources you need.
I don’t seem to receive phone callbacks, or reach past voicemail, on
this topic. Which resources will likely work for me if phone
communication doesn’t work very well?
If phone communication doesn't work well for you, there are still
several options for finding resources and support:
Online Support Groups: Many online support groups are available for
individuals living with dissociative disorders. These groups can
provide a space to connect with others who share similar experiences
and to receive emotional support. Some examples of online support
groups include Dissociative Living, Trauma Survivors Network, and
Email or Text-Based Therapy: Some therapists offer therapy sessions
via email or secure messaging platforms, which can be a good option
for individuals who have difficulty with phone communication. This
type of therapy allows for more time to process and respond to
messages and can be more flexible than in-person therapy.
Self-Help Resources: There are many self-help resources available
online for individuals living with dissociative disorders. These
resources may include articles, workbooks, and online courses. Some
examples include the online course "Understanding and Treating
Dissociative Disorders" offered by ISSTD, and the workbook "Coping
with Trauma-Related Dissociation" by Suzette Boon, Kathy Steele, and
Onno van der Hart.
In-Person Support Groups: If you have difficulty with phone
communication, you may find it helpful to attend in-person support
groups. Many mental health organizations, such as NAMI, offer local
support groups for individuals living with mental illness, including
Peer-to-Peer Support: Peer-to-peer support networks, such as the
Hearing Voices Network or the International Society for the Study of
Trauma and Dissociation's peer-to-peer network, can provide support
and connection with others who have lived experience with dissociative
I hope these resources provide some options for finding support and
help that will work for you.
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