Dissociative Amnesia

Dissociative amnesia, a form of dissociative disorder to which the failure is one to remember important personal information, which can not be explained by normal forgetfulness. It is usually caused by trauma or stress. The diagnosis is a history to rule out other causes of amnesia. Treatment consists of psychotherapy, sometimes in combination with hypnosis or drug-assisted calls. The lost information would normally be part of the consciousness and would…

September 3, 2018