Recovery from Dissociative Disorders

Dissociative disorders are a group of mental health conditions involving disconnection between thoughts, identity, consciousness, and memory.
They can be hard to grasp and manage, but we’re here to provide clarity and help.

What Is Dissociative Disorder?


Usually, dissociative disorders result in a detachment from reality, one’s self, or one’s surroundings.
Those experiences can include:


Feeling like you're observing yourself from the outside.


The world can seem strange and unreal.


Gaps in memory or forgetting important personal details.

Identity Confusion

Sensing multiple personalities or identities.

What Causes This Condition?


The causes of dissociative disorders are often traced back to past traumas, especially in childhood.

Dissociation can be a way to cope with overwhelming stress.

Types of Dissociative Disorders


Dissociative disorders exist in various forms:

Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)

Also known as multiple personality disorder, people with DID have multiple identities.

Dissociative Amnesia

A traumatic event often causes memory lapses.

Depersonalization-Derealization Disorder

Consistent and recurrent feelings of detachment from one's body or surroundings.

How We Can Help



People with dissociative experiences can get help with talk therapy.

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)

Helps recognize and change negative thinking patterns.

Medication Management

Sometimes, medications are prescribed to treat specific symptoms or co-occurring conditions.

Reconnecting with Wellness


We’re experienced in diagnosing and treating dissociative disorders.
We provide a supportive and safe space for you to explore your experiences and work towards healing and reconnection.
Reach out today for help.

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