Dec 6 , 2019

DSM-5: What's New, What's Changed, and What's Retired

Kenneth Carter, PhD, ABPP

Event Description

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify conditions that have been added to the DSM and conditions that are no longer listed
2. Distinguish the new features of the DSM-5, including the organizational structure
3. Apply DSM-5 diagnostic criteria accurately for a number of disorders
4. Discuss the new criteria for Schizophrenia and Substance Use and Addictive Disorders
5. Examine the new approach to personality disorders
6. Gain a better understanding of the rationale behind the development process
7. Evaluate case studies through an open case discussion and differentiate between cases that might be diagnosed differently under DSM-IV and DSM-5
8. Outline valuable DSM-5 resources to increase your knowledge
9. Examine the October 2018 DSM-5 Supplement

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$159.00 per person

Please note: All persons attending must register individually. Please list every individual's name who will be attending this training. If you do not list all name's when purchasing your tickets, they will not show up on the MHS sign-in sign-out pages for their CE credits.