San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
DSM 5: Overview, Consideration, and Treatment Implications
The purpose of this workshop is to present broad-based changes to the latest edition the Diagnostic Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, DSM-5. A walk-through review of the recently published manual will introduce the workshop attendees to specific changes across commonly used diagnostic categories and to then consider the impact of these changes to clinical practice. A more focused review will be spent on considering changes to the Multiaxial System, Autism Spectrum, PTSD, and Personality Disorders. The workshop will include opportunities for small group discussions and activities to apply diagnostic changes to case studies related to Autism Spectrum, PTSD, and Personality Disorders.
Particpants who complete this training will receive 6.0 hours of continuing education units. Certificates will be provided at the end of the training.
Dr. Steve Rathbun is a Licensed Clinical Marriage and Family Therapist who holds a Doctoral degree from Kansas State University in Human Development and Family Studies with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. He is a tenured professor as well as the Program Director for the Master of Science in Family Therapy at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. He has taught a course dedicated to the use of the DSM for most of his twenty three year tenure at Friends University.
The training will be held in the Marriage & Family Therapy building located on the southeast corner of campus where Kellogg Drive and Hiram meet. Please enter the doors on the NORTHWEST side (closest to the Davis clock tower building) and not the southwest doors.
The early bird registration fee for the 1-day training is $70.00 through August 9th! After that, the price will be $100.00 ($75.00 for students). Registration for the event will remain open until the maximum occupancy is reached (65 maximum participants). Based on availability, people can register at the door.
When & Where
Friends University, Marriage and Family Therapy
Marriage and Family Therapy
The Friends University Marriage and Family Therapy faculty are proud to bring a series of high quality training to the greater Wichita area.
If there is something you would like to see offered or would like to offer your own expertise, please contact us at MFT_Workshops@friends.edu.