ISSTD Member Lindsay Schofield, author of the books Our House, Making Sense of Dissociative Identity Disorder, and Understanding Dissociative Identity Disorder, A Guidebook for Survivors and Practitioners has generously arranged for ISSTD Members to have a 25% discount on her books. She has done this as a way of marking DID Awareness Day on 5th March.
Schofield, who is a consultant psychotherapist practicing in Surrey, England, launched these two books books last year. Inter-linked, they also stand in their own right. They have been a huge success and are well-endorsed by experts in the field. For more information about the books see here.
The discount will be available from the publishers, Routledge, using the code UDID25. This code will run on Routledge.com from January 16th 2023 – March 27th 2023.
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