is anyone aware of the work pierre janet did in the area of trauma and hysteria (now called dissociation) as early as 1885 - his work which was quite scientifically based was neglected and overlooked as Freud became the flavour of the day and Janet's work was discredited in favour of Freud - Janet's work is the orignal backbone of dissociation covering everything from acute stress disorder, BPD, PTSD in all its forms and DID - i listed a recent book (2206) under recommendations that is an extension of Janet's work in the trauma field - although the book tends to be pro integration into a singular personality - anyone with DID would find an explanation for most any questions in regard to the illness - its really difficult to read tho and is actually set up for Pdocs as the last 3rd of the book is based on the different phases of therapy - just wondered if anyone was familiar with the name Janet - as he has always been one of my favourite researchers in the field of trauma unfortunately most of his works still havent been translated from french into english - tks zen et al
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