There are so many thoughts to catch … be patient. The Dictionary will take some time to create.
“It’s fascinating how our work has developed over the years. When I started in the ’90s, we were just scratching the surface of understanding how writing about emotions could have such profound effects on health. And now, in 2021, my journal ‘Writing to Heal’ is a testament to the enduring relevance of expressive writing.” ~ Dr. James W. Pennebaker
Ann Garvey stated, that Dr. Ross said, “In our next meeting, I propose we focus on developing a framework for comprehensive and interdisciplinary research to help us bridge the gaps in our knowledge. We’ll prioritize discussions about refining diagnostic criteria and addressing the global disparities in DID recognition and treatment.”
In the group of nineteen experts discussing Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), there isn’t a single designated leader in the traditional sense. Instead, the discussion operates as a collaborative and multidisciplinary exchange of ideas, where each expert contributes their unique insights and expertise.