These DID Resources for mental health related to dissociation and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are freely available for referencing, though keep a TRIGGER WARNING in mind for some of the words that may reference issues such a*ss*ult or s**c*de.
We offer Dissociative Identity Disorder resources for trauma & dissociation, or general-related mental health. If you have a request for an addition, contact Multiplied By One.
These Treatment centers might not be completely for DID or Dissociative Disorders, but they specify that DID is among the conditions they treat.
Deaf – Deaf/Blind – Hard of Hearing Services
Understanding Dissociative Identity Disorder: A Guidebook for Survivors and Practitioners – A broad introduction to childhood trauma and its legacies, with a focus on dissociation and DID.
Books for the littles
Our House: Making Sense of Dissociative Identity Disorder (Understanding Dissociative Identity Disorder) – Coping with bad things that happened in a shared house.
Books that teach children what DID is
YouTube Advocates can speak from a place of lived-experience, though they are not necessarily mental health professionals. Each story is unique and does not fit to a glove. Seeing DID or OSDD present in certain ways in these systems does not disqualify your experiences if they differ.
LGBTQ Specific Mental Health Apps
Stuffies & Friends | Dissociative System Kids – A Discord server for littles and middles. They can be accompanied by a big or a safe person, but no role-playing is accepted; only dissociative kids.
TV Series Resembling the Concept of DID
Single Series Episodes with DID included
DID Movies (Trying not to add mass murderer movies like Split)