DSM 5: Child and Adolescent Disorders Professional Development Training
This training will highlight major changes in the DSM 5 and is not a substitute for the DSM-5 manual.
- Changes in organization of the DSM 5
- Special features of the DSM 5
- NOS Category of the DSM 5
- Diagnostic Format Examples of the DSM 5 for disorders listed below
- Specific Disorders addressed: Childhood Disorders; Neurodevelopmental Disorders; Intellectual Disability; Autism Spectrum (brief overview); ADHD; Disruptive, Impulse Control and Conduct Disorders; Bipolar Disorders; Anxiety Disorders; Trauma and Stress Related Disorders; Feeding and Eating Disorders; Sleep-Wake Disorders; Sexual and Gender Dysphoria Disorders; Substance Use Disorders; Paraphilia; Other Conditions (ICD and V codes); Other Assessment Tools
The DSM and DSM 5 are registered trademarks of the American Psychiatric Association. The APA is not affiliated with nor endorses this training.
Comments: Certificates of Completion will be given for those who complete the 6 hours of training. The certificate will reflect CEU requirements according to Arizona Administration Code, Board of Behavioral Health Examiners-Social Workers, LPC, and LMFT standards.