INITIATIVE FOR DEPERSONALIZATION STUDIES (IDS)

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A 501C3 NONPROFIT CORPORATION
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IDS is 501c3 non-profit corporation devoted to increasing awareness of Depersonalization Disorder through the sponsoring of worldwide conferences  and expanded media presence

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Strangers to Our Selves

Depersonalization is the third most common psychiatric symptom, and it can also be a chornic dissociative disorder affecting more people than schizophrenia and bi-polar disorders combined.  Yet few health professionals know anything about it, We are here to change that once and for all.  Please join us in our educational efforts and in the sponsoring of conferences and new research.
Welcome to the Initiative for Depersonalization Research (IDS) home page. IDS is a non-profit 501(c) corporation dedicated to the promotion of ongoing research into Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder (DDD) as well as increasing awareness of DDD through mass media, social media, and regularly scheduled conferences around the world. Our goal is to provide a seamless venue through which information and publicity efforts throughout the world may be shared. IDS is open to all, and educational conferences will be open to health professionals and the general public. All posts will be reviewed for relevance. This is not a place for general questions, advice or comments about personal experience. Many other forums are available for that purpose and we encourage you to use them. Updates about new research or ongoing research, clinical trials, and relevant events are welcome.
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  1. Larry Schneider
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