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Did they change the OSDD criteria

Postby Rive » Thu Sep 12, 2019 3:19 am

So on this other forum I am on this lady claims to be a therapist about 8 hours from where I live a couple states away. She said that DDNOS was changed to OSDD in 2013. I know thats true but she also claims that OSDD now means no condition no disorder. Is she full of sh*t?
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Re: Did they change the OSDD criteria

Postby TheGangsAllHere » Thu Sep 12, 2019 5:25 am

All the DSM definitions are available online. You can Google all the DSM-5 definitions of dissociative disorders and read them for yourself.
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Re: Did they change the OSDD criteria

Postby Una+ » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:33 pm

Rive wrote:she also claims that OSDD now means no condition no disorder.

False.

Is she trying to normalize OSDD? "Oh, that's really not a problem, that's just natural multiplicity. It's healthy!"

DID and OSDD together are called Major Dissociative Disorder and some experts want to combine them, perhaps for DSM 6. The reason to combine them is that many (most?) persons diagnosed with DID are initially diagnosed with OSDD. For DID the diagnosis bar is set really high, higher than for most other conditions in the DSM. It requires observed or reported identity alteration with amnesia; that is two symptoms, both often easy to miss if the person making the diagnosis is not on the lookout for them.
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Re: Did they change the OSDD criteria

Postby birdsong87 » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:40 pm

Una+ wrote: and some experts want to combine them, perhaps for DSM 6.


can you point me towards a source about that, I think Asti would love to look into it
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Re: Did they change the OSDD criteria

Postby Una+ » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:47 pm

Web search "major dissociative disorder" and classification, diagnostic category, nosology, DSM, etc.
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Re: Did they change the OSDD criteria

Postby Zor » Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:59 pm

Not sure about OSDD, but I am relatively certain very little DID criteria changed (if any). Our T says "nothing that would make any difference in diagnosis" was changed when I'd asked about a month ago.
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