The Journal of Trauma and Dissociation has just published new research into the link between borderline personality disorder and dissociative identity disorder. Dr Colin A. Ross, founder of the Ross Institute, L. Ferrell L and E. Schroeder used the dissociative disorders interview schedule to assess inpatients in a trauma unit for BPD, DID and levels of trauma.
The researches hypothesized that dissociative identity disorder commonly co-occurs with borderline personality disorder and vice versa, and people with both disorders would have more co-occurring psychiatric disorders and more trauma than those with only one disorder, or neither disorder.
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