Dissociative seizures—also referred to as psychogenic non-epileptic seizures— account for about 20% of referrals to seizure clinics [1]. Traditionally, neurologists have viewed their role as limited to the diagnosis of dissociative seizures rather than the treatment of this disorder [2]. While there is currently no clear evidence base, expert opinion has favoured psychotherapeutic treatments [3], although most patients perceive their dissociative seizures as a problem which is largely “physical” [4].

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