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Cases of Dissociation and Organ Transplant

Sunday, March 25
3:50 PM - 4:10 PM
Location: Wilson

Dissociation, ranging from isolated dissociative incidents to full-blown DID, can greatly impact the solid-organ transplant process. Although most of the published literature focuses on post-op outcomes, addressing dissociation in the pre-transplant period is equally important. This presentation provides examples of cases along the dissociative spectrum, with practical suggestions for preparing dissociative patients for transplant.

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A L. Christianson

Los Angeles, California

Dr Christianson works as a hospital psychiatrist, primarily with solid-organ (heart, liver, lung, kidney) transplant patients. Board-certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine, and Addiction Medicine, she has presented at previous ISSTD conferences, on topics ranging from iatrogenic trauma to organizational bullying.


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