Research indicates psychotherapy as the mainstay of treatment of Dissociative disorders and usually involves helping individuals with Dissociative disorder to improve their relationship with others, to prevent crisis and experience feelings they are not comfortable with having. This article describes effectiveness of eclectic mix of supportive psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavior therapy and Dialectical behavior therapy in a case of dissociative disorder with depressive symptoms and impaired functionality. Along with the pharmacological treatment, therapeutic works focused on supporting and modifying ego interventions like building insight about the illness, empowering to handle and cope with the stressors, and improve functionality. The involvement of family by educating about the illness and to handle the patient while being symptomatic, and making behavioral modifications among the family members also contributed to the symptomatic improvement of the patient. Consequent follow ups viewed remission of symptoms and 85 to 90% improvement in patient’s functionality, especially occupational functioning of the patient.
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