Depersonalization/derealization disorder (DDD) is a type of dissociative disorder characterized by a persistent experience of depersonalization (the feeling of being detached from oneself, like watching oneself from an external viewpoint) and derealization (the feeling of being detached from the real world, like the world is distant or hazy). Crisis intervention therapy during the acute episodes, combined with psychotherapy Psychotherapy Psychotherapy is interpersonal treatment based on the understanding of psychological principles and mechanisms of mental disease. The treatment approach is often individualized, depending on the psychiatric condition(s) or circumstance. Psychotherapy during the asymptomatic period, is 1st-line treatment for this disorder.
Last updated: Mar 10, 2022
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