Dissociative Experiences Scale (Brief) - DES-B
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The DES-B will ask you about how often you have experienced different things over the past 7 days. This assessment will suggest specific courses and/or referral for recovery and/or treatment based on your results. This assessment can also be used to track changes in symptoms over time. Questions: 8
Keep in Mind:
This assessment is the Severity of Dissociative Symptoms—Adult (Brief Dissociative Experiences Scale [DES-B]—Modified), which is used by the American Psychological Association, with one question replaced with another from the DES. There are no right or wrong answers, but please be as honest as possible and try not to exaggerate, as this will invalidate your results. This assessment is recommend for those who scored- 1% or higher for Dissociation on the Cross-Cutting Symptom Measure, and for those who think they may be experiencing dissociative symptoms, or have been diagnosed with a Dissociative Disorder.
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- After classifying your experiences, take all recommended courses for those experiencing Dissociative Symptoms for your “Type.”
Feel as though your body does not belong to you.
I find myself staring into space and thinking of nothing.
People, objects, or the world around me seem strange or unreal.
I find that I did things that I do not remember doing.
I feel as though I were looking at the world through a fog so that people and things seem far away or unclear.
I am able to ignore pain.
I act so differently from one situation to another that it is almost as if I were two different people.
I can do things very easily that would usually be hard for me.