Tag: DSM-5

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Allen Frances on Why DSM-5′s New Diagnoses Aren’t Necessary

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David Mays reviews the latest research and how it will shape the future of psychotherapy.

Did David Mays make his case successfully? Were there any developments Mays discussed that you think will be of great importance in the future of psychotherapy? Are there developments you don’t think will have as much importance as Mays implied? Will what you learned about suicide risk assessment change the way you assess and diagnose clients? How will what you learned change the way you practice both today and in the future?

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Gary Greenberg discusses the DSM and analyzes the major issues surrounding the new DSM-5.

Did Gary Greenberg successfully explain the history of the DSM and the controversies surrounding DSM-5?  Did Greenberg offer helpful information regarding what therapists can do about our diagnostic system? How will what you learned change the way you practice?

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Gary Greenberg On The Bereavement Exclusion

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DSM-5: NP0043 – Session 4

Jack Klott claims DSM-5 will help in the treatment of anxiety, depressive, bipolar, and personality disorders; substance use, addictions, trauma, and stress-related disorders; and suicidal or self-mutilating clients.

Did Jack Klott make his case successfully to you? Will what you learned today change how you treat your clients? Has DSM-5 already changed the way you assess and diagnose? How will what you learned change the way you practice?

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Jack Klott On The One Major Flaw He Finds In DSM-5

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DSM-5: NP0043 – Session 3

Are you interested in the reasoning behind the major revisions made to the new DSM? Join Darrel Regier as he discusses the scientific reasoning behind changes made to DSM-5, criticisms and the APA’s responses to them, and why new diagnoses were introduced while others were removed.

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Darrel Regier On Why Diagnostic Changes Were Made

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DSM-5: NP0043 – Session 2

As a clinician are you concerned about how DSM-5 will affect your practice? Join Martha Teater as she goes over the Severity Scale, the 5 Axis System, and how the new diagnostic model will affect you.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org.