Dissociation and Dissociate Disorders

Dissociation is a psychological procedure that causes an absence of association in an individual's musings, memory and feeling of character. Dissociation appears to fall on a continuum of seriousness. Dissociation is a characteristic reaction to injury that they can't control. It could be a reaction to an erratic horrendous accident or progressing injury and misuse. Gentle Dissociation would resemble staring off into space, getting "lost" in a book, or when you are driving down a natural stretch of street and understand that you don't recollect the last a few miles. A serious and progressively incessant type of separation is found in the confusion Dissociative Identity Disorder, when called Multiple Personality Disorder, and other Dissociative Disorders.

 

  • Dissociative amnesia
  • Depersonalisation disorder
  • Diagnosis and Treatment

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