Dr. Dombeck, I am continuing to have short episodes where I "Space Out" or dissociate. I feel it coming and it is always when I am nervous and anxious. I continue to do things while I am out. My family says that I don't usually talk and when I do I can't recognize them for sure. I have had every neurological test known to man, they can't find anything wrong.(Thankfully!) I am being treated by a counselor and psychiatrist for PTSD. My question is does that seem to be a good method or would you request another form of therapy. Thank you so much for the help you give to others!
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