Thanks for posting this response. It is my observation that it is pretty hard for one clinician to have a clue about what goes on in other folks' offices. Just think about how many physicians do not wash their hands between patients (far less than 50%, I believe) lo these many years after Semmelweis, and you will understand that screening for DID is not such an obvious step for many therapists. Anybody can get an infection, so you would think that handwashing would be second nature to doctors, but it isn't. DID is not so run-of-the-mill, so why would most clinicians think it a crucial thing to screen for?
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