First, regular docs actually don't study mental illness a whole lot, it's not their forte. You see a psychologist or psychiatrist if you want a diagnosis of a mental disorder. This isn't to say no regular docs can accurately diagnose mental illness, but again, folks, this isn't what they teach in the main in medical school, it takes additional training to learn just as it does for any other specialty. Second, exactly how is a doctor supposed to get accurate answers to these questions by proxy? You're talking about a difficult disorder to find in the first place, but is the parent going to tell you the child is being abused? Is the child? Not so simple. Are they going to tell their doctor about their financial habits? In the 15 to 20 minutes insurance companies pay for your average exam by a general doc, is this what they're going to focus on? I'm just wondering here if it would really be this easy to diagnose anything. Life is harder in reality than this. Now, it might be great if regular docs were trained in detecting and treating mental illness, but you'd have to add a year to medical school to do it. Anyone volunteering for that without getting a certificate as a specialist?