COgnitive Behavioural Therapy for Dissociative (Non-Epileptic) Seizures

A Randomised Controlled Trial

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How are Dissociative Seizures diagnosed?


A specialist can usually diagnose what the problem is when you describe your seizures.


It’s also very helpful for the doctor to hear a description from someone who has seen your seizures. This helps experts make a correct diagnosis in at least 8 out of 10 cases.


Specialists can diagnose attacks more accurately (in 9 out of 10 cases) if they can see a video of them (such as a video recorded on a mobile phone).  

Dissociative Seizures

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Dissociative Seizures