Dissociative Identity Disorder

The dissociative identity disorder, formerly called multiple personality disorder, is a form of dissociative disorder characterized by ? 2 personality states (also called “other people” self-states or identities called). The disorder involves the inability to remember everyday events, important personal information and / or traumatic or stressful events, all of which would go normally lost with ordinary forgetfulness. The cause is almost always an overwhelming childhood trauma. The diagnosis is…

September 3, 2018