Dissociative Disorders Dissociative disorders are so-called because they are marked by a dissociation from or interruption of a person's fundamental aspects of waking consciousness (such as one's personal identity, one's personal history, etc.).
Dual Diagnosis - Substance Abuse and Mental Illness Those who struggle both with serious mental illness and substance abuse face problems of enormous proportions. Mental health services are often not well prepared to deal with patients having both afflictions.
Sleep Disorders Insomnia is characterized by the inability to get the amount of sleep needed to function efficiently during the day.
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