In hypnotherapy, the recreation of the physical and mental state that a client was in prior to experiencing any trauma in order to help the individual recall events during earlier stages of his or her life.
The physical or psychological maltreatment of a child.
The identities that develop after the onset of dissociative identity disorder.
Feelings of detachment or estrangement from the self (such as living in a dream or standing outside of oneself, watching oneself).
An inability to recall important personal information that is usually of a stressful or traumatic nature.
The intense re-experiencing of traumatic events.
Often associated with early age interpersonal trauma and with dissociative symptoms from that early age.
A memory disturbance where there is an inability to recall events from a specific time up to and including the present.