1. SIDRA ZAHEER - BS Psychology, COMSATS University Islamabad.
2. SARA KOMAL - Lecturer Psychology University of Sahiwal.
3. SAMREEN KHURSHID - Lecturer Psychology, University of Sahiwal.
The paper aim for model development and trending intrusions into the practices of altering personality disorder in Pakistan. It provides for understanding and varying research on dissociative identity disorder practices. In the background of research, it is an alienated mental health condition, where dissociative identity disorder endeavors for traumatic switches to various identities leading to delusions, abusive episodes and misguided meditation. An average patient of DID serve five years in mental health system that contribute for ineffective and costly treatments. For that reason, the research contributes for advance model development to provide an experience, training, knowledge and belief as the pre-requisite tools of the model. Using the quantitative research method, the study served an online survey to obtain response from the diagnosis of dissociative identity disorder. The finding suggest that trauma model is among the developed forms of DID that persist through the psychodynamic therapy and dissociative disorders. The research challenge rewarding contribution of DID unless it is supported by advance model to further the process of intervention of a DID patient in Pakistan. It is concluded that assessment of DID follow by treatment be explored through regulation, clinical training and continuous supervision.
Dissociative Identity Disorder, Modeling, Trauma, Clinical Practices