DSM-5: A Comprehensive Overview
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This course provides a comprehensive overview of the DSM-5, its history and purpose, and the manual’s changes and transitions from the DSM-IV. In addition, information on diagnostic criteria needed to assess the presence of psychiatric disorders and examples are provided, along with a brief overview of newly classified disorders and those disorders that have been removed or reclassified. The developmental, life-course perspective is addressed as it pertains to specific disorders along with information on the Cultural Formulation Interview. The course seeks to provide social workers, psychologists, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, and other behavioral health providers with information necessary to understand the purpose and challenges of using the DSM-5 in order to provide the most accurate diagnosis and treatment for clients.
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- Explain the purpose of the DSM-5.
- Identify the organizational structure of the DSM-5.
- Describe the cultural formulation in the DSM-5.
- Recognize the relationship between DSM-5 and ICD-10.
- Explain changes in coding systems for DSM-5
- Identify changes to the DSM-5 diagnoses.
- Describe controversies surrounding the DSM-5 and future versions of the DSM.
- Overview of the DSM-5
- Insurance Implications
- Diagnostic Recording Changes
- Overview of DSM-5 Psychiatric Diagnoses
- Non-accepted Proposals
- Related Organizations
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