John A. Biever
free download ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ì John A. BieverE say soI finally refused to keep reading after "HE ARGUES FOR PRACTICE BASED OVER EVIDENCE BASED TREATMENT "argues for practice based over Evidence Based Treatment Idea based treatment an idea nfortunately summarized my experience of the book I do believe Dr Biever has the best intentions here and he seems to truly care for his patients But his book just seemed like he wanted to spew out his practice experiences and successes ie Saroj Parida without poring over the actual evidence out there The structure of this book was odd and it focused on dissociative identity disorder DID than implied by the title After a brief discussion of trance prone people hypnotism and a scale from Apollo and Dionysus the book basically all centred around Dr Saroj Parida s DID and how jail has made him a better person I thought there would be about daydreaming dissociative amnesia and fugue states The we tolerate the idiosyncrasy in our fellow man the less we mistake it as mental illness and the less mental illness there will be Look for the sanity of the people in your life and you will find it p 130 I think this book adeuately speaks to and embodies this السودان المأزق التاريخي و آفاق المستقبل - المجلد الثاني uoteI put this book down on first attempt I thought it lacking in knowledge of dissociation or so termed disorders and the approach obscure some random case study on the infant whisperer Dr Saroj Parida and weird structuring of psyche by Appolonian Odyssean Dionysian linesSecond time around though Biever s deepnderstanding and compassion for those experiencing structural dissociation In The Wandering Mind Dr John Biever and co author Maryann Karinch se the stories of people all along the spectrum of dissociative conditions from those who are perfectly normal to those diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder to expose the natures and functions of dissociation Their lives and stories serve as a way of exploring chronic dissociation and the trek back to good mental health The authors look closely at what signs and symptoms indicate normal everyday. Very informative and clear read As a phd candidate in clinical psychology researching mind wandering I was really interested in this book and I really wanted to enjoy it I couldn t finish this book even though I sually at least skim through the rest of any bookDr Biever s lack of citations made me feel Dungeon uneasy iestioned citations made me feel Rabiosa uneasy Iestioned most of the book was his opinion touted as fact I was mildly amused that one Wikipedia mention was cited I was also confused at some points for example when he explained the DSM axes was this for professionals who should already know these basics if Sculpting Making a Toddler Doll ualified to do psychotherapy Or was this for laypeople whosenderstanding of the axes may have limited value If the latter he needs to clarify the purpose of describing DSM axes especially axes that are mostly Soldados del Multiverso: Guerreros del pasado (Guerras del Multiverso n 2) unrelated to dissociative disordersAnyway I began to take issue when I felt that his perspective was very skewed and that he misunderstood cognitive behavioural therapy I m all for expressing opinion IF they are not stated as truth especially in a book like this Particularly he said the most effective CBT occurred when therapists inject warmth and empathym the basis of any therapy and that nfortunately sometimes psychotherapists are attracted to CBT out of discomfort with their own emotions if not those of others I can keep ranting about this point but I ll Just Say Whatever Group say whatever group people he bases this view on is VASTLY different from mine hence if subjective pleas. Have you ever had a daydream If so you've had a dissociative experience The same is true if you've had an out of body moment or thought you were somewhere else as you drifted off to sleep These are seemingly harmless and temporary dissociations But further down the spectrum of such experiences you find people actually traveling to a strange city and suddenly not remembering how they got there You also find people with multiple personalities and other disordered thinking.
REMAINING SOMEWHAT MYSTERIOUS UNKNOWABLE I LIKEsomewhat mysterious A Dirty Wedding Night: A Dirty Rockstar Romance Collection (Dirty, Book 2.5) unknowable I like Biever doesn t try to solve this conflict Tracking Parida including his time in jail perhaps expands the context of experience allowing the reader to appreciate an individual s journey labels aside The take homes Dr Dan Hughes acronym of PACE Playfulness Acceptance Curiosity Empathy for working with clients this really applies to working withrelating to any individual perhaps obviously Biever throws in an L Love in the end PLACE showing his deep humanity The ongoingestion of the relationship between self reflection and dissociation one and the same Beiver nfortunately comments On This In The Epilogue this in the epilogue thus doesn t go into it Calls for a greater connection between our mental health and legal system believing that our capacity to do this as a culture will be a sign of our true evolution and progression. Dissociation and those that indicate a serious problem While daydreamers may not meet the criteria for diagnosis trauma victims who relive their nightmares in real time may reuire both diagnosis and treatment The authors also delve into the phenomenon of deliberate dissociation such as Buddhist monks in meditation And they take a close look at the process of diagnosing a dissociative disorder as well as factors that put patients on the road to reintegration and recovery. .