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DSM-5 and the Elimination of Disorders

Martha Teater on the Removal of Asperger’s from DSM-5

Asperger’s no longer exists—at least not in the DSM-5. And there are other changes, like the omission of sexual addiction, that many therapists are struggling to understand as well.

Fortunately, Martha Teater, who’s trained thousands of clinicians on the DSM-5, is in a unique position to shed light on what these changes mean for therapists and their practices.

In this clip from the Networker Webcast series, The Uproar Over DSM-5, Martha talks about why the developers of DSM-5 chose to map formerly distinct diagnoses onto a single spectrum.

The Uproar Over DSM-5:
How The New Standards Affect Your Practice

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