DSM 5 Seminar for UOPX Practicum Site Supervisors and Faculty
This seminar will focus on how the DSM-5 differs from the DSM-IV-TR, how to use the DSM-5 to diagnose clients, and which disorders have been added or removed from the new diagnostic manual. You will learn how to make a differential diagnosis and use the new coding system. All clinicians will begin using the DSM-5 at varying points in 2014. The BBS will be modifying the MFT licensing exam to the DSM-5 at some point. Learn about the upcoming changes from CPT to ICD-10 codes. Dr. Jacobs expertise on assessment and diagnosis provides an excellent learning experience with plenty of opportunity to practice on vignettes.
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Gardena Learning Center
1515 W. 190th St., Suite 200
Gardena, CA, 90248
Lunch - Food will be provided for registered guests
Register at the link above to reserve your seat
Keynote Speaker Biography:
Dr. Bonnie A Jacobs PhD (PSY13629) is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in the Mid-Wilshire area of Los Angeles. She works with individuals and couples, specializing in depression, anxiety, PTSD, HIV/AIDS, LGBTQ+ issues, adult children of alcoholics, adult survivors of abuse, victims of crime, and relationship issues. She regularly provides trainings to interns on working with LGBTQ+ clients at the UOPX Clinic in Ontario. Dr. Jacobs was a supervising psychologist at the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center for 11 years, and was a trainer with the APA HOPE program (APA office on HIV/AIDS) for 10 years. She provides case consultation to other licensed psychotherapists on diagnosis and treatment. For over four years, Dr. Jacobs has been a proud multi-learning center teacher at the University of Phoenix, and received the 2012 award for “Innovative Teacher of the Year” in the School of Social Sciences.
For additional information please contact Dr. Mary Jo Trombley at MaryJo.Trombley@phoenix.edu or 714.338.1789.
The Event is complimentary and open to UOPX Practicum Site Supervisors and Faculty members.
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