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What We Do

Our Mission

We provide authentic insight and support for Mental Illness, especially Dissociative Disorders such as Dissociative Identity Disorder (formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder.) You can find out more about this on our YouTube, and explore our free collection of resources on our resources page

DissociaDID speaks from authentic personal experience, being professionally diagnosed with Dissociative Identity Disorder in early 2017. We combine this intimate lived experience with extensive knowledge and research to create scientifically supported, validating, and easily digestible content on a human level.


We tackle the topics of trauma and abuse in an honest, straightforward and sensitive manner, raising awareness worldwide and challenging the devastating stigma surrounding these difficult subjects. We believe this stigma is an unnecessary barrier in an informed society, causing further harm to survivors of trauma and those living with mental illness. Stigma complicates the already convoluted social pathways to seeking specialist help and support.

Focus Areas

Dissociative Identity Disorder

Trauma & PTSD

Dissociative Disorders

Mental Illness

Societal Stigma

Motivational Speaking

How Are We Achieving Our Vision?

  • Cultivating an increasingly validating, empowering, inclusive, safe community to reduce feelings of isolation, shame, and fear. Through this, we supply a multitude of opportunities for peer support and the sharing of personal coping and recovery strategies. 


  • Irrevocably human, transparent and honest content speaking directly to those who need it most, encouraging self-confidence and compassion for others in an increasingly connected society.

  • Advancing the education of the general public to facilitate public awareness of complex trauma-related disorders and Dissociative Identity Disorder. We hope to encourage an increasingly respectful level of understanding and compassion for vulnerable groups, and a sense of informed responsibility towards supporting them.

  • Providing additional insight, advice and resources for professionals in the health and social care industry, and mitigating the stigma in these sectors which prevents the disadvantaged from receiving an adequate level of informed care.

  • Developing unique, scientifically-backed, and highly informed explanations of Mental Health Disorders such as; Depression, Anxiety, Derealisation, Depersonalisation, Dissociation, Otherwise Specified Identity Disorder (OSDD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Complex PTSD, Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Catatonia, Schizophrenia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and more. Additionally, we cover neurological and immune responses, physical and cognitive functions and adaptations, the process of gaining a diagnosis, how to seek help, supporting others with mental illness, therapy, and the history of mental health disorders.

  • Creating validating, human-to-human content to increase understanding of complex societal, physical and mental issues and their effects on a global scale.

  • Fundraising for charities with similar Missions - to make a difference to those suffering from Mental Health Disorders, especially those affected by trauma and Dissociative Disorders. 

  • Collating reputable, peer-reviewed resources and presenting them in an easily accessible and creative video format, digestible by the general public. Lists of many of our resources can be found on our resources page.


​DissociaDID is a Mental Health Awareness Project. Our content is created from what we believe to be accurate at the time of its creation, from reputable sources made accessible to us and our own personal experience. New or updated information may have become available since the content was made that we were not aware of at the time of its creation. We try our best to keep up to date with accurate information, but we are not researchers, psychologists, mental health professionals or scientists - just people trying to spread awareness and validation as best we can. Please do not use our content as your sole source of information, or as a replacement for professional help. Please utilise the information under Support if you are in need of help or contact a helpline. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call the emergency line (for example 999 in the UK, 911 in the USA, etc) in your country.

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