Psychological trauma is the key making up what is known as the dissociative disorders and the trauma-stressor disorders in the DSM-5. Nowhere has information been selected and presented as it is here. The project has pride in offering only the most recent information and facts and theory as presented by the top experts in the field of trauma and dissociation. With that in mind, here are our two main categories: dissociative disorders and the trauma and stressor-related disorders.
The Dissociative Disorders (DD), include dissociative identity disorder (DID) which is better known by the highly inadequate and inappropriate name multiple personality disorder, as well as dissociative amnesia (DA), depersonalization disorder/derealization (DPD), other specified dissociative disorder (OSDD), (formerly dissociative disorder not otherwise specified DDNOS, and other specified dissociative disorders. :155-159
Trauma and Stressor-related disorders
The Trauma and Stressor-related disordersincluded reactive attachment disorder (RAD), disinhibited social engagement disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), acute stress disorder (ASD), adjustment disorders, other specified trauma and stressor-related disorder and unspecified trauma and stressor-related disorder.