The 2018 Concept for the Dissociative Identity Movement


The Dissociative Identity Movement

~ Founded & Created by Kristin Windsor ~

The Dissociative Identity Movement, launching in March 2020, is an annual worldwide mental health advocacy movement exploring the neuroscience of trauma & celebrating the intrinsic wonders of multi-conscious minds.

Each day of the Dissociative Identity Movement introduces a specific topic related to dissociative identity disorder {DID}, from early childhood development to treatment options for dissociative disorders.

The foundational platform of the Dissociative Identity Movement is Janina Fisher's 2017 book titled Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation, which introduces a new revolutionary approach to trauma recovery called the Multi-Conscious Parts Approach for building secure internal attachments.

Purpose of the Dissociative Identity Movement

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Part One Purpose: Neurobiology

The Dissociative Identity Movement initiates a worldwide conversation about consciousness & personality, especially exploring left & right brain hemispheres along with parts of the personality.

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The Dissociative Identity Movement advocates for awareness about early childhood traumatic stress & its neurobiological effects on neurodevelopment.

The Dissociative Identity Movement explores the science of dissociative identity disorder (DID) & invites/ encourages neuroscientists to do the same.

Part Two Purpose: Psychology

The Dissociative Identity Movement connects trauma therapists & clients worldwide to strive for deeper healing & greater fulfillment for all.

The Dissociative Identity Movement promotes awareness of/about the multi-conscious parts approach described in Janina Fisher's 2017 book "Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation."

The Dissociative Identity Movement believes that trauma does not need to be explored with details rehashed in order to be healed.

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Part Three Purpose: Artistry

The Dissociative Identity Movement provides a platform for warrior souls worldwide to share their voice along their healing journeys.

The Dissociative Identity Movement clarifies what it means to live with a multi-conscious mind {aka, defining a 'dissociative identity'}.

The Dissociative Identity Movement raises awareness about The Gift Of Sanity so evoke deeper gratitude & so struggling without it may elicit unconditional compassion.

The Dissociative Identity Movement celebrates the craftily concocted complexities of consciousness in order to deepen compassion for all of humanity. // for humanity as a whole.​

Specific Goals Being Pursued

Dissociative Identity Movement warriors Kristin Windsor & Haley Stern submit an application for the TedTalks' Audacious Project in 2020.

~~~The Dissociative Identity Movement~~~

~Founded by Kristin Windsor~

Launching March 2020

Daily Topics for the Movement are Officially Finalized!

~Created by Kristin Windsor~

Part One: Neurobiology

March 1st ~ Consciousness & Personality

March 2nd ~ Left & Right Brain Hemispheres

During Early Childhood Development {Ages 0-12}

March 3rd ~ Traumatic Stress During Early Childhood

& the Development of a Dissociative Identity

March 4th ~ Dissociation

March 5th ~ Child Parts {Littles} & Age Regression

March 6th ~ Protector Parts

March 7th ~ Going on with Normal Life Self

March 8th ~ Parts Manifesting in the Mind: Dissociation & Psychosis

March 9th ~ Parts Manifesting in the Body: Chronic Nervous System Dysregulation

March 10th ~ Dissociative Amnesia & Dissociative Memory

Part Two: Psychology

March 11th ~ Diagnosing Dissociative Disorders & the Spectrum of Structural Dissociation

March 12th ~ Personal Peek: Living with Chronic Dissociation

March 13th ~ Neurodevelopmental Disorders & Mental Illness

March 14 ~ Helpful Terminology in relation to DID & Mental Health

March 15th ~ Personal Stories of Discovering Dissociative Identity Diagnoses

March 16th ~ Symptoms Beyond Diagnostic Criteria

March 17th ~ Neurobiological & Personal Looks into Survival/ Coping Mechanisms

March 18th ~ Dual Diagnoses of Trauma Survivors

March 19th ~ Healing with Dissociative Disorders: Treatment Options & Experiences

March 20th ~ Science of DID: Past, Present, & Future

March 21st ~ Misconceptions about Dissociative Disorders & DID in the Media

Part Three: Artistry

March 22nd ~ Subconscious Communication: Working with Parts

March 23rd ~ Raising Mosaics

March 24th ~ Grounding Tools & Recovery Resources {for Individuals Living with Structural Dissociation}

March 25th ~ Therapists & Clients: Connecting the Conversation to Catalyze Change

March 26th ~ Alternative Treatment Methods & Creating New Treatment Methods

March 27th ~ The Gift of Sanity

March 28th ~ Connecting the Conversation Between Uniconscious & Multiconscious Minds

March 29th ~ Defining “Dissociative Identity”

March 30th ~ The Subconscious Beauty of Dissociative Identities

March 31st ~ Mosaic Mind Pride Day

*Special Thanks to Movement Moderator Haley Stern for Helping Us Finalize These Topic Days!

Purpose of the Dissociative Identity Movement

We are here...!

We are here to advocate for awareness about dissociative identity disorder (DID) by discussing a variety of related topics, including neurobiology, trauma, multi-conscious minds, mental health, & more! In this process, we will also be raising awareness for related disorders on the spectrum of structural dissociation, including borderline personality disorder (BPD), complex post-traumatic stress disorder (CPTSD), & otherwise specified dissociative disorders (OSDD).

The Dissociative Identity Movement is initiating a worldwide conversation about consciousness & personality, especially exploring left & right brain hemispheres along with parts of the personality.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is advocating for awareness about early childhood traumatic stress & its neurobiological effects on neurodevelopment.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is clarifying what it means to live with a multi-conscious mind {aka, defining a 'dissociative identity'}.

The Dissociative Identity Movement explores the science of dissociative identity disorder (DID) & invites/ encourages neuroscientists to do the same.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is connecting trauma therapists & clients worldwide to strive for deeper healing & greater fulfillment for all.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is promoting awareness about the multi-conscious parts approach described in Janina Fisher's 2017 book "Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation."

The Dissociative Identity Movement believes that trauma does not need to be explored with details rehashed in order to be healed.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is raising awareness about The Gift Of Sanity so evoke deeper gratitude & so struggling without it may elicit unconditional compassion.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is providing a platform for warrior souls worldwide to share their voice along their healing journeys.

The Dissociative Identity Movement is celebrating the craftily concocted complexities of consciousness in order to deepen compasson for all of humanity. // for humanity as a whole.

Topic Day Introduction

~Written & Created by Kristin Windsor & All Parts of Consciousness~