From Mad in Sweden: I see it quite often. And I have been there myself where doctors in psychiatry give patients several diagnoses even though these are actually symptoms of C-PTSD (complex PTSD) ie. trauma responses. However, because trauma-conscious care is not provided, patients with these natural trauma responses are given diagnosis after diagnosis. It is not uncommon for people to be diagnosed with PTSD and according to psychiatry also have co-diagnoses such as eating disorder, self-harming behavior, GAD (general anxiety disorder), panic disorder, substance abuse and more.