People who hear voices suffer from depersonalization, derealization, foreign thoughts, desires, urges, actions, and emotions may be dealing with a dissociative disorder.
People with dissociative disorders feel like they have other identities that control their bodies and minds or influence their behavior unwillingly.
These dissociative identities take over the patient’s personality with DID (Dissociative Disorders). Each personality has its independent sense of self, emotional patterns, religious beliefs, and memories.
Sometimes, clinical professionals will use the same terms that patients use to refer to their identities. Here at Pacific Beach Recovery, we focus on dual diagnosis and treatment to offer the best results.