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Why are people being so badly hurt in counseling?  Here is a major reset for the treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), whether you’re a therapist, working with a counselor, or on a solo journey. There is a better way.

This is a downloadable album of five CDs.

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Today, about 40% of the pain-emails I receive are about damage done by the inner healing community. What is tragic is that much of the damage is done without the practitioner even understanding what they did that was hurtful. Beyond that is the travesty of ministry leaders who are defiant and hostile when confronted with the damage they have caused.
 
The inner healing movement has grown very fast and is in an awkward teenage phase where much good happens as well as some unfortunate damage being caused.
 
Arthur started this series on dealing with DID, as an attempt to neaten up a messy field. In addition to sharing from his own journey with DID, there are many technical tools here such as how to build needed neurological networks, but the main point of this foundational album is to redefine the whole inner healing paradigm.
 
The first two sessions in this album are devoted to the therapists. The following three are for the clients.

This album was released in 2018.

This is a downloadable album of five CDs.

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  • Play Button 1. SDID1 CD01 History
    $6.00
  • Play Button 2. SDID1 CD02 Legitimacy of the Therapist
    $6.00
  • Play Button 3. SDID1 CD03 Where to Begin
    $6.00
  • Play Button 4. SDID1 CD04 What About the Brain
    $6.00
  • Play Button 5. SDID1 CD05 Feedback & Discussion
    $6.00
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05-30-2020
Unique, authentic, accessible, life-changing

This album packs information that has come of age plus the unique perspective and effective tools to turn information into impact.

Much has changed in the arena of DID (Dissociative Identity Disorder) through the decades, and this album is for NOW, useful for therapists, those with DID, those who walk with them, and those who may be confused, afraid, searching, needing help, and desperately in need a good dose of dignity. Yes, dignity (breath that one in…).

Arthur Burk is a champion for clients who need to find healing rather than finding brokenness when they go for healing. He has lived it in a long journey through pain to success, which he shares authentically.

I highly value this qualifying experiential element in this album, including tools for therapists that touch on possibly untouched angles such as legitimacy (Who is God to you when you’re in powerlessness and He is silent?) as well as easy, effective tools (such as brain exercises), for clients and anyone else, that can be done individually at home, for free!

He also adds aspects that promote awareness and effectiveness in successfully navigating DID for all involved, such as framing the “big picture” and the needed course correction in the body of Christ concerning DID. He’s an expert in using principles for building blocks not shrouded in mystery but available to all for lasting positive healing and change. This is greatly needed in the arena of DID, and this album delivers.

Immensely helpful to me in several ways, in applying to my own life as a partner, parent, friend, etc., with vital tools for all. Thank you, Arthur.

  • 1 out of 1 people found this review useful.
Grade 
05-29-2020
Nonthreatening and Easy to Understand

This teaching was helpful to me in the way it stripped the mystery and fear out of the convoluted topic of DID, making it easy to understand in a nonthreatening way, and giving practical strategies that can improve mental health for anyone, not just those with an official label. For those on a do-it-your-self healing journey, this album is a must!

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05-27-2020
Empowering

As someone who has lived with DID my whole life, this teaching is so empowering. I was present when it was recorded and could feel the hope rising inside me as Arthur brings tools to the table that an individual can use when therapy either isn't an option or doesn't feel safe.

Grade 
05-27-2020
Totally worth the time

This material has practical, realistic, effective and accessible tools for both regular mortals pursuing insight for their next step, as well as those in the helping trades. It is useful for both professional therapists and lay counselors alike.

Grade 
05-27-2020
From A Person Becoming Whole

I appreciate the dignity that Arthur brings to a person battling DID. I feel no more shame in being DID, but only hope and joy in the process as I journey to wholeness. Thank you, Arthur, embracing your teaching on DID has sped up my process of healing tremendously.

Grade 
05-27-2020
A much needed perspective

I am not a full time therapist but I run into this reality with half of the women I meet for Inner Healing I am hoping the fruit from this will help me have less frustration and feeling helpless. I know I just wanted to be heard. Could it be just that simple?

  • 3 out of 3 people found this review useful.
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05-27-2020
Direct Care Staff

Exceptional, insightful, wisdom, clear. Rare resource, well studied. Information always presented with in-depth understanding, compassion.

  • 3 out of 3 people found this review useful.
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05-27-2020
The Journey Continues

This album restored a sense of dignity which the inner healing community had attempted to push out of my reach in it's "teenage" stage. I realize now it is okay to walk out the journey of healing, to search out various facets of my spirit with God fear free.

  • 2 out of 2 people found this review useful.
Grade 
03-17-2018
by a possibly DID person

The first CD outlines the nature of DID - Dissociative Identity Disorder giving a history a history of of how the church and therapists failed and gradually improved somewhat in treating this disorder. Arthur Burk contributes much through his own testimony of coping with DID.
The second CD is labelled as 'The Legitimacy of the Therapist'. I found this particularly powerful, full of good life advice. I am no therapist but must say, if nothing else get this CD.
The third CD, which with the fourth is designed for DID clients, gives information on the condition and outlines the roles of client and therapist and labelled as 'How to Begin' shows what Arthur sees as the way to progress in healing from first meeting.
The forth CD outlines a distinctive approach to forming relationships - such a desiderata for someone with DID. I am certainly going to use some means outlined here to improve my relationships. The final CD has feedback and discussion.
This is a rich meal. I found the testimony most powerful and the instruction seems worthy of following. After such a start one wonders what the ensuing investigations and theorising may lead to. There are flashes of humour to enliven this heavy subject. And there is compassion.

  • 10 out of 10 people found this review useful.

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Strategies for DID Part 1 Download

Strategies for DID Part 1 Download

Why are people being so badly hurt in counseling?  Here is a major reset for the treatment of Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), whether you’re a therapist, working with a counselor, or on a solo journey. There is a better way.

This is a downloadable album of five CDs.

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