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Treating, Curing, and Managing Dissociative Identity (DID)

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Choose a disorder briefly describe it and then discuss how it can be treated, cured or managed. You may choose between:
OCD, PTSD, GAD, DID.

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The disorder of DID or Dissociative Identity Disorder is defined by being the most severe of the dissociative disorders and one of the most fascinating and controversial of all the mental disorders. (Hansell,2005) This disorder was formerly known as multiple personality disorder. The diagnostic criteria for DID is that there is a presence of two or more distinct identities or personality states within one person. At least two of these identities or ...

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This is an essay about DID and the treatment of this disorder and how these patients manage the disorder.

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