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These are some of the symptoms and experiences one might feel or see of Dissociative Identity disorder.
People may experience: Behavioral: impulsivity, self-destructive behavior, or self-harm Mood: anxiety, feeling detached from self, or mood swings Psychological: altered consciousness, depression, or flashback Also common: amnesia or blackout
*Therapies: Cognitive behavioral therapy, Family therapy, Psychotherapy.
Although it can not be cured, Dissociative Identity Disorder can be treated by talk therapy*.
To Get treatment you can go to these people on the board:
Clinical psychologist: Treats mental disorders primarily with talk therapy; Lakin Michael PHD 215 N Cayuga St, Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 275-3727 Psychiatrist: Treats mental disorders primarily with medications; Jennifer H Gunn, MD Psychiatrist 318 N Aurora St (607) 277-0784 Psychoanalyst: Uses psychotherapy to treat mental disorders; Stephen Slade Tie (607) 545-4183 Ithaca, New York 14850
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