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I am new to the New England Area. I moved up from Oklahoma border of Texas. Yes, I LOVE living here. Does anyone know about the treatment center somewhere near or in Boston. ThaCrew
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Hey ThaCrew,

i think i know you guys! used ta go ta a place online for those with mpd...met u there...an met lotsa other peoples that were good ta talk ta...i donno if u remember us...we usta b dragonsjewels...now we changed our name for here, an its way safer here...glad u found the site an hope you will stay a long time...abbi
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we just read the book Switching Time by Richard Baer. is very good book, but lotsz triggrz. meghan
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Aw geez, thanks for the links guys.
Things are making some sense now
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I don't know if this is the treatment center you are looking for or not:

http://www.traumacenter.org/
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???I have a question?

Has anyone heard of the treatment center at McCleallan(?) Hospital near or in Boston, Dissociative Disorder Unit? If so, does anyone know if you feel it is a good treatment place? ThaCrew
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Has anyone heard of the treatment center at McCleallan(?) Hospital near or in Boston, Dissociative Disorder Unit? If so, does anyone know if you feel it is a good treatment place? ThaCrew

Here is their website - http://www.mclean.harvard.edu/patient/adult/ddtp.php

Unfortunately ThaCrew, PC can't give you any information as to whether or not this place is a good treatment center or not. But, I can say that it certainly is run by a very well respected university.


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Thanks for this list. I will check it out. I have a resource I don't think was mentioned. It is: oops it wont click.

I'm not even sure this post will make it to you as I am really new to this site.

I haven't even completed my profile because I want to take my time.
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Thanks for all these resources! And it's great there is a way for everyone to meet here on this site.
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I'm a big fan of Kathy Broady's site which has been so useful to me.

http://discussingdissociation.wordpress.com
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