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Dissociative identity disorder

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Stephanie Gurico

on 6 June 2014

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Transcript of Dissociative identity disorder

Dissociative identity disorder
Main Idea
BRAINSTORM
DID, previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder, is a mental condition that causes those affected by it to have distorted memory, awareness, and identity perception. When one or more of these functions are disrupted, symptoms result.
Dissociative Identity Disorder
OTHERWISE KNOWN AS "DID"
DID, previously known as Multiple Personality Disorder, is a mental condition that causes those affected by it to have distorted memory, awareness, and identity perception. When one or more of these functions are disrupted, symptoms result.
symptoms
split personalities
Depression
Suicidal tendencies
sleep disorders
anxiety
visual hallucinations
eating disorders
pOSSIBLE CAUSES
Usually developed as a way to cope with trauma.

The disorder most often forms in children subjected to long-term abuse or children in a home environment that's unstable

Stress can also bring on the disorder
tREATMENT
Treatment for DID helps relieve symptoms, ensures the safety of the individual, and reconnects the different identities into one well-functioning identity.

Psychotherapy
Cognitive therapy
Medication
Family therapy
Creative therapies
Clinical hypnosis

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