Abstract

This article identifies mental health rehabilitation services for patients with multiple personality disorder. Through the use of a literature review and a retrospective examination of 20 patients’ records, the frequency of discipline-specific services is noted in occupational therapy, art therapy, movement therapy, vocational counseling, and recreational therapy. Recommendations for practice and program development include ongoing education about multiple personality disorder and continual assessment of the patient’s functional level to identify subsequent treatment needs and services.

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