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Art has helped personalities to express themselves

@KimNobleArtis

Kim Noble is a mother, artist and author who has dissociative identity disorder (DID), which is a creative way to cope with unbearable pain.

In DID the main personality splits into several parts, with each having an amnesic barrier between them, meaning that many are unaware they share a body with other people, and have no knowledge of the other personalities or what they have done.

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About Mental Health Nursing

The June/July issue of Mental Health Nursing is the second part of a special edition on art and art therapy in mental health. It includes: - News and views - Reflections on using arts therapies • Service user views • The role of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Arts, Health and Wellbeing • Part two of a comic series on suicide prevention • Research on art therapy in military veterans with PTSD