First Person Plural
Dissociative identity disorders association

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Raising funds for First Person Plural.

Amanda’s Great North Swim. “I am a survivor of extreme child sexual abuse and exploitation. As a result of my experiences, I live with complex-PTSD and polyfragmented Dissociative Identity Disorder. On the 9th June I will be joining 10,000 open water swimmers and taking part in the Great North Swim! The challenge involves swimming 2

New Year’s Honour for FPP Founder

Kathryn Livingston,  Co-founder of First Person Plural receives a British Empire Medal for services to people with Dissociative Identity Disorder in the 2018 New Years Honours List published today.  Kathryn accepts the honour for all that First Person Plural has achieved and as recognition for the field of Dissociative Identity Disorder as a whole.  We suspect

FPP’s 20th Birthday Event?

In July First Person Plural held its AGM followed by a celebration of twenty years working to improve the lives of people who are affected by complex dissociative disorders.  We have achieved much by working in collaboration with other individuals and organisations with similar aims and ethos.  We are not complacent, we know there is

ESTD-UK 2017 courses in London

ESTD-UK in partnership with First Person Plural will run their two x four day courses in London in 2017. The Foundation course Understanding & Working with Traumatic Dissociation will run over two weekends, the first in May, and the second in June 2017 The Post-Foundation course Working Therapeutically with Complex Traumatic Dissociation runs, again over

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