Synopsis: The DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th Edition) contains many significant differences from previous editions, including new diagnoses, changes to existing diagnoses, and a new classification system. In this course, participants will learn about the changed structure of the new manual, changes within the chapters, changes to familiar diagnoses, and new diagnoses, as well as the new Cultural Formulation Interview.
What's Included: DVD (2.5 hours), Written Handout (52 pages), Test (40 multiple choice questions based on the DSM-5 and/or clinical vignettes)
After completing this self-study program, you'll be better able to...1. Explain the history of the DSM including development of the DSM-5
2. Compare the structural changes between DSM-IV and DSM-5?
3. Describe changes to the organization of the DSM-5 chapters.
4. Identify the diagnoses that are new in the DSM-5.
5. Discuss changes to existing diagnoses from the DSM-IV to the DSM-5.
6. List the diagnoses that have been eliminated in the DSM-5
Bonus: After you receive your MFT license, you can submit the test to us and receive a certificate of completion for three CE hours towards your first licensing cycle. Just email us at PASS@ceutopia.com within 30 days of receiving your license number and request the CE version of the test. This special offer only applies to the original PASS customer who purchased the DVD separately. If the DVD was included as part of a specially-priced package or purchased for an agency, the fee is $25 to receive the three CE hour certificate.
|The course is taught by Rachel Michaelsen, LCSW, one of the APA’s Collaborating Investigators for the DSM-5 and a participant in development of the upcoming International Classifcation of Diseases, Version 11 as a member of the World Health Organization’s Global Clinical Practice Network. She has more than 20 years of experience in the mental-health feld including in HMOs, public agencies, and private practice, as well as providing clinical supervision and consultation. She has taught DSM-5 courses throughout the United States, was the Lead Curriculum Developer on the DSM-5 for the California Institute for Behavioral Health Solutions, and was the closing plenary speaker at a major social-work conference (900+ participants) focused on the DSM-5. She also teaches courses in supervision, law and ethics, childhood psychopathology, and vicarious traumatization at universities, conferences, and mental- health agencies. In her private practice in Oakland, California she provides clinical supervision, and works with adults and couples. |
This course is not affiliated with nor endorsed by the American Psychiatric Association. DSM®, DSM 5®, and several variants thereof are registered trademarks of the American Psychiatric Association.