This disorder is typically brought on by a
primary symptoms are memory gaps related to traumatic or stressful events
which are too extreme to be accounted for by normal forgetting.
typically returns (and therefore the disorder dissipates) with time.
Therapy can be useful to help with coping skills, but is not always needed
unless the individual develops excessive fears or worries, or the memory
loss has a drastic effect on their everyday functioning.
is extremely good.
The information provided on this site is designed to
support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a
patient, site visitor, or student and his/her existing
psychologist, mental health provider or college instructor.