Overcoming Suicidality, Addictive and Unsafe Behavior by Janina Fisher

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Overcoming Suicidality, Addictive and Unsafe Behavior by Janina Fisher

Overcoming Suicidality, Addictive and Unsafe Behavior by Janina Fisher

Overcoming Suicidality, Addictive and Unsafe Behavior by Janina Fisher

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“CP,” a client with Dissociative Identity Disorder, is working on changing her relationship to chronic suicidal ideation and impulsivity.  In this session, she is helped to re-frame the wish to die as an expression of a suicidal part of her personality trying to control flashbacks and overwhelming emotions.  This helps her more clearly differentiate the wish to live despite the self-destructive impulses. She speaks frankly about the shame evoked by traditional approaches to suicidality and how it fuels the suicidal part to desperate measures.  By understanding the suicidal ideation as a communication from the suicidal part, she reports a growing ability to keep herself safe, no matter how intense the suicidal impulses.

  • Introduction of client
  • The Structural Dissociation Model
    • The Right and Left Brain
  • Fight or Flight
  • Attachment
  • Fight
    • Addiction, Self-Harm and Suicide
  • Flashbacks
  • The Fight Part

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