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What is disassociative disorder?

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Dr. Alan Ali
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In brief: Dissociative disorde

Is a condition that involves disruptions or breakdowns of memory, awareness, identity &/or perceptions.
It is caused by psychological traumas. It can be 1 or 5 ; 1. Depersonalization disorder. 2. Dissociative amnesia. 3. Dissociative fugue. 4. Dissociative identity disorder. 5. Dissociative disorder not otherwise specified.

In brief: Dissociative disorde

Is a condition that involves disruptions or breakdowns of memory, awareness, identity &/or perceptions.
It is caused by psychological traumas. It can be 1 or 5 ; 1. Depersonalization disorder. 2. Dissociative amnesia. 3. Dissociative fugue. 4. Dissociative identity disorder. 5. Dissociative disorder not otherwise specified.
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