Dissociative Disorders

Dissociative disorder is a mental health condition which alters a person's sense of reality. It is characterized by a disconnection between thoughts, consciousness and identity. According to recent survey 2% of people experience dissociative disorders, whereas women are more likely to be diagnosed then men. The symptoms of a dissociative disorder usually first develop as a response to a traumatic event, such as abuse or stressful situations. The goal of this session is to understand the manifestation, prognosis, treatment and diagnosis of various types of dissociative disorders. Treatment for dissociative disorders often involves psychotherapy and medication. There are three main types of dissociative disorders defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders; they are Dissociative Amnesia, Depersonalization disorder and Dissociative identity disorder. Multiple, Borderline and Paranoid Personality Disorder and three major types of Dissociative identity disorder which we will be focusing on in our conference.

Dissociation is defined as a state of being that is pathological to the adult human, but innate to a child because fantasy, dream states and other forms of magical play are part of a child's world.The Dissociative Disorders are thought to be caused by childhood trauma of significance to cause, exaggerate and even control a child, and it is the current direction of Neuroscience that such occurrence can only be obtained prior to normal integration of memory, with the various organs of the human brain

  • Depression
  • Generalized anxiety disorder
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder
  • Panic disorder

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