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I am continuing the conversation about dissociative identity disorder (DID) and characteristics that make up the diagnosis. I want to address amnesia, what it looks like in DID, and the function it serves. Of course, not everyone with amnesia has … Continue reading
What is Dissociative Fugue? “Fugue” means flight and that is the component that is added in this dissociative disorder. It is similar to dissociative amnesia in that there is inability to recall some or all of one’s past but with … Continue reading
Online therapy (also referred to as Internet therapy, distance therapy, cyber therapy or e-therapy) is used to describe the variety of ways a professional counselor or psychotherapist can communicate with you over the Internet or telephone. It may consist of emotional support, mental health advice or the same professional services clients receive in face-to-face therapy. It could be as brief as one question, or an ongoing conversation. It may take the form of e-mail, chat, video or even Internet phone (voice-over-IP). Continue reading