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Diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder at age 36, Emma and her system share what they learn along the way about DID, dissociation, trauma, and mental health. Educational, supportive, inclusive, and inspiring, System Speak documents her healing journey through the best and worst of life in recovery through insights, conversations, and collaborations.
 
Melissa aims to demonstrate that Dissociative Identity Disorder isn’t all a tragedy and that there can be a fondness for Headmates. What was once known as Multiple Personality Disorder is the most controversial mental health diagnosis, with even some of those within the field of psychology finding the concept of its existence to be laughable. This stigmatized condition that has been viewed with an air of psychopathy, tragedy, or fascination. While alternate identities may sound like science- ...
 
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We read and respond to listener emails. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan while exploring this we…
 
Our presentation for ISSTD Virtual Conference October 2021. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan whi…
 
This month in our NerdTown Topics Meetup, our colleague, Bill Woodburn, MEd, LPC-S, LMFT-S, shared about using stories in therapy. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each…
 
Due to her Dissociative Identity Disorder, Melissa dissociated her way through school, but it seems that one of her Headmates was paying attention. Meet John Q, with his different IQ and use of language terms or knowledge than Melissa. thebagsystem.com #TheBagSystem #DissociativeIdentityDisorderโดย Melissa C. Water
 
In a Dissociative Identity Disorder system, Headmates can interact in an inner world. Melissa refers to the TownSpace of The Bag System and discusses how to tell if a member of the HeadSpace is an alter at all. thebagsystem.comโดย Melissa C. Water
 
We share a dream we had that got processed in therapy. Content note: trigger warning for passing reference to foster care, big feelings, therapy ruptures, and transference. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Conte…
 
Crystals presents about complex trauma for the NerdTown Topics series in The Community. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriate self-care …
 
Melissa uses artful description to indicate her thoughts on which Headmate is the original real one. Melissa has Dissociative Identity Disorder, though, how many alters does she have? The Bag Systemโดย Melissa C. Water
 
After five years of podcasting, we took a break! We give an update about taking a break from the podcast, but not disappearing, and how good it’s been for us. We will be back, and have so much already that we are excited to share! See you in The Community! ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★โดย Emma Sunshaw
 
Kim is back because she had the ovaries to ask a really good question. She discusses her experiences trying to support a loved one with DID. She asks us if what happened with our previous Kelly (therapist) could have just been a misunderstanding. We share our journey of how hard it was and how long it took to actually connect the birthday part expe…
 
Kim is back because she had the ovaries to ask a really good question. She discusses her experiences trying to support a loved one with DID. She asks us if what happened with our previous Kelly (therapist) could have just been a misunderstanding. We share our journey of how hard it was and how long it took to actually connect the birthday part expe…
 
Molly shares an article she read. Content note and trigger warning for reference to religious abuse and scripture stories. She calls for a hard look at ourselves, reminding us we play all the roles in stories and in dreams (Jungian Therapy). She shares bits of an article that reference the Good Samaritan story, and challenges us to apply that both …
 
Our guest shares their lived experience of integration. They explain how integration and plurality are not exclusive. They share the impact of learning to love themselves. Content note: there is a trigger warning for topic of natural integration (not in context of treatment goals) and a passing reference to suicidality (no details or discussion). C…
 
Our guest this week is Cathy Collyer, an Occupational Therapist diagnosed with DID. She shares her journey of healing, and how that balances with her professional life. She explains how she combined professional experience with lived experience to write a book about how to care for ourselves during medical and dental appointments. The content note …
 
Our guest this week is Cathy Collyer, an Occupational Therapist diagnosed with DID. She shares her journey of healing, and how that balances with her professional life. She explains how she combined professional experience with lived experience to write a book about how to care for ourselves during medical and dental appointments. The content note …
 
We share our experience going to the doctor for our annual checkup, and discuss other routine care appointments. Trigger warning for discussion of obgyn, annual women’s exams, mammograms, and other routine care such as dentists and eye doctors, as well as discussion of triggers and reference to big feelings in response to those triggers. Trigger Wa…
 
We share our experience going to the doctor for our annual checkup, and discuss other routine care appointments. Trigger warning for discussion of obgyn, annual women’s exams, mammograms, and other routine care such as dentists and eye doctors, as well as discussion of triggers and reference to big feelings in response to those triggers. Trigger Wa…
 
Our guest is Dr. Joan Turkus, who shares her pioneer history in the field of traumatology. She explains her perspective of trauma and dissociation, including clarifying the importance of the DSM despite its limitations. We discuss psychodynamic and relational approaches to the trauma framework. She shares some of her thoughts about the more pragmat…
 
Our guest shares their experience with Ketamine, MDMA, and therapeutic ruptures. We discuss the devastation from such ruptures. She shares the experience of a therapist as a surrogate mother, and we discuss the impact of those dual relationships. She explains why it doesn’t work and the disenfranchised grief it causes. We explore what healing from …
 
Our guest shares her experience of having to file a complaint against a therapist. She explains the chooses and process for how to do so, and identifies TELL as a resource. She shares her experience with the legal system. We discuss the big feelings resultant from therapy violations. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is a…
 
We answer an email about friendship questions about DID systems. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriate self-ycare and your own safety pl…
 
Words finally come to wrap up the last two years. We connect trauma in the present to trauma of the past. We share about therapy helping process the emotional flashback and disenfranchised grief. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared…
 
We continue our discussion with Kirsten Stach. Trigger warning for discussion of historical trauma. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriat…
 
Our guest this week for two-part episodes is Kirsten Stach, MA, Dipl, MIACI. We discussed trauma and dissociation. We explore the neutralizing of shame through cognitive understanding of the brain and how it works. She applies compassion to survivors, distinguishing what they have endured from the label of a diagnosis. (Part 1 of 2). Trigger Warnin…
 
We read and respond to emails, letters, and packages. Trigger warning for an email that asks about therapy ruptures and to which we struggle to respond about friendships and relational trauma and therapy ruptures. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of wh…
 
We share a dream we had, and what we learned from it in therapy. Trigger warning for discussion of Littles and early neglect and developmental trauma, but no details or in-depth disclosures. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here…
 
We share what we learned from a workshop by Dolores Mosquera about working with parts. We share what she explained about why trust can be such an issue even when there is a solid therapeutic alliance in therapy. We redefine the “Adult Self” based on her definition of “emerging and not yet defined”. We discuss ideas for increasing awareness and coop…
 
Our guest this week is Jackie Burke, PhD, from Australia. She is working on policy and legislation and with organizations and agencies regarding vicarious trauma. She differentiates between vicarious trauma and counter-transference, and normalizes it as happening to anyone exposed to the trauma of others. She gives practical applications for organi…
 
The Nestor System is our guest this week! They share their lives experience with dissociation, including growing up in a family of medical trauma. They also discuss the intersectionality of autism. They introduce the System Speak resource list, and explain how it is specifically from a lived experience perspective. Trigger Warning: Content on this …
 
The Nestor System is our guest this week! They share their lives experience with dissociation, including growing up in a family of medical trauma. They also discuss the intersectionality of autism. They introduce the System Speak resource list, and explain how it is specifically from a lived experience perspective. Trigger Warning: Content on this …
 
We share a therapy update about how we are learning to orient ourselves to time. We explain how and why we added “Kelly Time” and “Pandemic Time” to the list with Memory Time and now time. I talk about why “Now Time” changed to “New Now Time”. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative r…
 
We visit with Jillian Hosey, a therapist in Toronto. We explore presence in therapy, ruptures and repair, and the importance of our own work in caring for our clients. This is a two-part conversation. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being s…
 
We visit with Jillian Hosey, a therapist in Toronto. We explore presence in therapy, ruptures and repair, and the importance of our own work in caring for our clients. This is a two-part conversation. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being s…
 
We discuss therapy trauma with a friend who is also a clinician with lived experience. We explore the impact of previous therapy trauma on new therapeutic relationships, and how therapy trauma makes it so difficult to re-engage with a new therapist. We discuss how relational wounds can still hurt, even when the person wasn’t doing it maliciously li…
 
We discuss therapy trauma with a friend who is also a clinician with lived experience. We swap stories of our own experiences from family of origin and therapy. We explore the attunement experienced in a group like ourselves, with others who are both present and responsive. We discuss the challenges of friendship, and impact of trauma re-enactment …
 
We read and respond to listener emails. Trigger Warning: Content on this website and in the podcasts is assumed to be trauma and/or dissociative related due to the nature of what is being shared here in general. Content descriptors are generally given in each episode. Please use appropriate self-care and your own safety plan while exploring this we…
 
While a misconception equates Dissociative Identity Disorder with Psychopathy, this is damagingly inacurate. Melissa speaks on her perspective of how this perception may have come to be, while also accounting for validating any show of aggression that may exist with a persecutor alter. thebagsystem.com…
 
We share what we read in the book “In Session” by Deborah Lott, as recommended to us by a podcast listener. The author explores the relationship between women and their therapist, so please be aware of that as a general content trigger warning. In this episode, we discuss what she wrote about the history of boundaries and why they really do matter.…
 
We share what we read in the book “In Session” by Deborah Lott, as recommended to us by a podcast listener. The author explores the relationship between women and their therapist, so please be aware of that as a general content trigger warning. In this episode, we discuss what she wrote about the history of boundaries and why they really do matter.…
 
We share what we read in the book “In Session” by Deborah Lott, as recommended to us by a podcast listener. The author explores the relationship between women and their therapists, so please be aware of that as a general content trigger warning. In this episode, we discuss how she came to know this relationship is called “transference” and what tha…
 
Our guest is Martha Straus, PhD, who works with adolescents struggling with trauma. She explains how she talks with families about historical trauma. She discusses helping parents co-regulation as part of empathic attunement. She shares about the increasing complexity of adolescent brains developing into adult brains, and how all of us have parts n…
 
Melissa speaks with Tonya and Jaime about a confusing trip to New Jersey; prior to the Dissociative Identity Disorder diagnosis. What happened during that weekend, and what did everyone think was going on? Extreme happiness, euphoria, and a sudden high IQ are looked back on; finally, with answers. thebagsystem.com While exclusive content was mentio…
 
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