What Causes Dissociative Amnesia?
Dissociative Amnesia has been linked to overwhelming stress, which might be the result of traumatic events-- such as war, abuse, accidents, or disasters-- that the person has experienced or witnessed. There could also be a genetic link to the development of dissociative disorders, including dissociative amnesia, because people with these disorders sometimes have close relatives who have had similar conditions.
What Are The Symptoms Of Dissociative Amnesia?
How is Dissociative Amnesia Treated?
Treatments may include: Psychotherapy, Medication, Family Therapy, Creative Therapies ( Art therapy, Music therapy), & Clinical hypnosis.