Dissociative Disorders is defined as a mental disorders characterized by a sudden temporary alteration in consciousness, identity, or motor behavior.

They include Psychogenic amnesia, Psychogenic fugue, Multiple personality disorder, and Depersonalization disorder. It is a psychological disorder involving a disturbance of memory, identity, and consciousness, usually resulting from a traumatic experience. Moreover, it is a disorder in which individuals feel detached from themselves or their surroundings and feel reality, experience, and identity may disintegrate.