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Slide 1 - Dissociative Identity Disorder Psychology II Brittany Blanford Cody Brummer
Slide 2 - About D.I.D. Dissociative identity disorder (DID), formerly called multiple personality disorder, is an illness that is characterized by the presence of at least two clear personality states, called alters, which may have different reactions, emotions, and body functioning. One of the most controversial psychiatric illnesses with no clear consensus regarding its diagnosis or treatment At least two or more distinct identities are present in a case of D.I.D.
Slide 3 - Connection To Schizophrenia In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the developmental and personality disorders fall under the category of Axis II disorders D.I.D. has a more clear cut way of identifying itself in a person compared to schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is identified in many different subtypes. D.I.D. and schizophrenia show different symptoms with rare similarities
Slide 4 - Connection To Schizophrenia Differences
Slide 5 - Statistics Affects between 1 and 3% of general U.S. population 7% of general population are undiagnosed Is diagnosed more in North America than any other part of the world
Slide 6 - Causes Many experience physical, mental, and sexual abuse Is also biologically passed through relatives Environmental and biological factors
Slide 7 - Symptoms Depression Mood swings Suicidal thoughts Sleep Disorders Anxiety Alcohol and drug abuse Auditory and visual hallucinations Eating disorders
Slide 8 - Diagnosing At least two or more distinct identities that have noticeable thoughts about the environment and self. Different identities are taking control of the person's behavior at different times. Recalling the events is hard when switching between them. Recalling important personal information is difficult for the individual. Personal info too general to be forgotten by ordinary forgetfulness has been shown. Has been proven to not be the result of blackouts, alcohol intoxication, or partial seizures which are typical symptoms od DID
Slide 9 - Treatment Psychotherapy is the treatment of choice for individuals suffering from any type of dissociative disorder. Medications are not recommended Self-help support groups
Slide 10 - Examples Tony is diagnosed with D.I.D. He has at least 53 known personal identities. Richard and DD are two specific named identities. Tony can’t remember what happens when the other identities take control. Here we see his identity changes take place. Holly talks about her personal experiences of dealing with alters. (Identities) She is the author of Dissociative Living. She specifically talks about an alter that threatened to kill her, and how she learned to have gratitude for the alter.
Slide 11 - Sources