Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Group

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) Group

This group aims to help systems increase and strengthen inter-system communication, connect with others who experience DID to help decrease isolation, and increase confidence. This group will also focus on common experiences of having other personalities in one body and processing those experiences.

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Am I a good fit for this group?

This group is specifically for individuals who have been diagnosed with DID. Individuals may have other diagnoses in addition to DID, but must have DID as their primary diagnosis. You may be a good fit for this group if you have been formally diagnosed by a licensed clinician with DID and meet the following criteria:


Inclusion Criteria:
1. 18 or older.
2. Must have an individual therapist (we can help connect you with one if --------------------needed).


Exclusion Criteria:

 

1. You are under the age of 18.
2. You have ever experienced psychosis (not including a history of drug-induced --------------------psychosis).
3. You are in active addiction.
4. You have been diagnosed with antisocial personality disorder (this does not --------------------mean anti-social as a personality characteristic like introversion, but a clinically --------------------assigned diagnosis by a licensed professional).

Cost

The group will be $80 per group session, 8 sessions total, and can be paid for in one of the following ways:
$640 up front in full.
$320 up front and $320 before the 5th session.
$160 every two weeks for four weeks.

Time

Friday from 12:30pm to 2:30pm.

Location


In person - Raleigh, exact destination will be provided upon registration.

Contact


For further information or interest in registering for this group, please contact us at:
Email: admin@nccec.com
Phone: 574-216-1694

Payment Information

All of the trauma groups offered by NC Cutting Edge Counseling, PLLC (NCCEC) are closed groups, meaning that each group will have the same participants for the total duration of the group. This is necessary for trauma groups, as it creates a sense of safety and security among group members. For this reason, we will have participants in the groups sign an agreement to commit to the group for the amount of sessions in the group.
For instance, if the group runs 8 weeks long, we will ask participants to sign an agreement for all 8 groups in that series. Since there are limited spots available, we ask participants for a payment plan of their choosing for all 8 weeks of the group (whether they show up or miss a session).