Dissociation – DID

Dissociative Identity Disorder, or DID, takes on average six years to diagnose and is frequently mistaken for schizophrenia or a combination of other pathologies (which may indeed be present).

Usually a response to early trauma, it can occur on a spectrum and needn’t involve a complete transition of distinct, well-formed personalities.

With a Kaiser Neuromap we can identify brain areas contributing to a person’s lack of stable sense of self, and train these with Personalised Brain Training.

Comorbid issues such as sleep disorders, lack of focus and concentration, mood dysregulation, anxiety and social dysfunction generally respond well to neurofeedback training – it is an evidence-based, non-invasive, medication-free approach.