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People across the United States and here in Florida struggle with the side effects of trauma daily. Trauma’s complex physical, emotional, and mental responses can cause a range of responses, including dissociative identity disorder. Also caused, DID dissociative identity disorder can profoundly affect a person’s life and their loved ones. At Harmony Hills, our mental health treatment programs specialize in trauma resolution and DID treatment for holistic recovery.
If you or someone in your life has shown signs of DID or other trauma-related mood disorders, know you are not alone. Harmony Hills is here to help. Our Florida-based clinic provides clients with various holistic mental health therapy programs, including dissociative identity disorder. Reach our friendly staff now at 855.494.0357 to learn more about DID and treatment options in Florida.
Originally called “multiple personality disorder,” DID is a rare mental health condition that causes someone to experience multiple identities. Often caused by trauma, DID causes people to suffer from memory loss, mood changes, and behavior changes as their brain switches between personalities. DID can cause someone to feel like they are outside of their body like their body feels like someone else’s, and like they are listening to their voice as someone else’s when they speak. Someone with dissociative identity disorder cannot control their personality shifts. This can be overwhelming, exhausting, and frightening for someone with DID and their loved ones.
Trauma is a complex response to a life-threatening event. When someone survives combat, abuse, accidents, natural disasters, and other catastrophic events, their body releases chemicals. These chemicals cause the fight, flight, and flee response. If someone processes these chemicals during the event, the event becomes a memory. If they don’t, the chemicals are stored in their body. Some psychologists call this trauma “trapped” in tissues, waiting to trigger a trauma response. These responses can include:
Trauma can be a cause of DID. After a traumatic event, the brain will try to protect itself. For some, this can cause DID to develop as a coping mechanism. It’s important to get a qualified psychiatric diagnosis and care for DID. At Harmony Hills, our entire staff is trained in trauma and associated mental health disorders to help clients feel at ease during their time here.
As studies of trauma’s effects on the brain and body continue, scientists and therapists learn more about dissociative identity disorder and its relationship to trauma. At Harmony Hills, we focus on trauma therapy for veterans and others who have experienced catastrophic traumas. With a wide scope of therapies, clients at Harmony Hills find a support system that works for their needs.
Our treatment programs for DID provide a range of evidence-based and alternative therapies to help clients process trauma and get the support they need for DID episodes. Our therapies include:
Our continuum of care provides clients with individual, group, and family therapy for dissociative identity disorder and other mood disorders. Our rural 80-acre campus gives clients the space and serenity they need to address trauma and mental health. Harmony Hills provides clients from Florida and beyond with comprehensive, holistic care with an Olympic swimming pool and views of the national forest.
Don’t let dissociative identity disorder run your life. Call the team at Harmony Hills now at 855.494.0357 to learn more about our holistic programs and get started with DID treatment in Florida today.