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2020: The Reality of the Unreal-Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (Plenary)

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Presented by Ainat Rogel, PhD, MSW; Diana Martinez, MD, PhD: Dissociation and Dissociative Disorders (DD) are among of the most overlooked conditions and challenging therapies, despite their high prevalence. The nature of the symptoms, the fact that the symptoms often accompany many other disorders, and are often misdiagnosed are some of the reasons for these claims.
Dissociation/DD are among the oldest described psychiatrist conditions. They have a long history and are one of the oldest described psychiatrist conditions. They were first described in the late 18 century, and since then, they were accompanied by controversy that extended from professional debates to social, political and cultural domains. This presentation follows the model that Dissociation/DD are related to trauma and developmental trauma. This model is supported by up-do-date scientific data. However, this model is controversial and not fully accepted. The presentation will discuss a general overview of other relevant models for dissociation/DD.
The first goal of this presentation is to unpack the theoretical aspects of dissociation/DD as well as highlighting the clinical aspects of working with people with dissociation/DD. The second goal is to describe subjective assessments as well as objective measurements.
The presentation starts with a historical background, models and diagnosis of dissociation/DD and the way they evolved over time as well as pointing out the controversy and the inconsistency over the different models and diagnosis. The presentation continues with the clinical presentations of dissociations/DD and the different diagnosis that are related to it. While the presentation will focus on the relationship between dissociation/DD and trauma, the background will include other modalities. The presentation continues with scientific, clinical and epidemiological data. The major part of the presentation discusses clinical approaches and challenges of working with clients with dissociation/DD and how to address these unique challenges. Both subjective measurements as well as objective measurements such as EEG and physiological activities will be covered. The presentation concludes with a discussion of future steps clinically as well as in research to improve the outcome of the treatment.

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