Dissociative Amnesia

Dissociative amnesia is a type of dissociative disorder that involves inability to recall important personal information that would not typically be lost with ordinary forgetting. It is usually caused by trauma or stress. Diagnosis is based on history after ruling out other causes of amnesia.

 

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Diagnoses: Dissociative Amnesia -See Amnesia-Psychogenic,” entry W009. No differences were listed
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Youtube Video: Why Can’t I Remember My Childhood?

Amazon or Library Book: I Forgot To Remember

Click the book to link or buy from Amazon.

Support Group: nami.org; 800-950-6264

(National Alliance on Mental Illness)

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