DID/Trauma/Memory Reference List
Emergency, Inpatient, and Group Treatment
American Group Psychotherapy Association. (1991). Guidelines for Ethics. New York: AGPA.
Hilliard, JR. (1983). Emergency management of the suicidal patient. In JI Walker (Ed.). Psychiatric Emergencies: Intervention and resolution, pp.101-123. Philadelphia, JB Lippincott.
Kluft, RP. (1991). Hospital treatment of multiple personality disorder: An overview. Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 14, 695-720.
Wong, N. (1995). Group psychotherapy, combined individual and group psychotherapy, and psychodrama. In HI Kaplan & BJ Sadock (Eds.). Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry, pps. 1821-1837. (6th ed.). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Press.
Groups that are homogenous for a common disorder and for ego functioning appear to offer a better outcome than do heterogenous groups. That finding applies especially to patients who have an eating disorder, substance abuse, or who have been sexually abused. (p. 1837).