Accurately assessing and diagnosing children, teens and adults with behavioral disorders such as depressive symptoms, anxiety disorders, hyperactivity and explosive behaviors is one of the biggest challenges you face as a clinician. Often these disorders are incorrectly diagnosed as bipolar disorder and many are taking unnecessary and dangerous drugs for the wrong reasons.
This three hour training will give you the tools needed to create a reliable method for making accurate diagnosis and learn new evidence-based treatment approaches. Through the use of discussion, lecture, DSM-IV diagnostic criteria, and case study, participants will gain an understanding of diagnosis and treatment of disruptive behavior disorders.
Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc. is offering this training for three (3.0) hours of continuing education credit. Full attendance is required; no partial credits will be offered for partial attendance. This training is not an ethics course.
Joni Grim Krzycki, Ph.D., PCC-S, Psychologist is the Site Supervisor at Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc.-Franklin County Office. Dr. Krzycki obtained her Doctor of Philosophy Degree from Ohio University-Athens with specializations in counseling with children, families, and couples, as well as clinical supervision. She also specializes in assessment and treatment of sexual acting out and sexual aggression issues. Dr. Krzycki has over 15 years of experience working in community mental health, providing treatment to youth and adults especially those involved with the court system and child welfare, and supervising clinicians.
Registration begins at 8:30 am. The training begins at 9:00 am and concludes at 4:00 pm. Coffee and hot tea is provided. Full attendance will be required to receive a certificate; no partial credits will be offered for individuals missing more than a total of 15 minutes course time.
If you would like to register for the training please call Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc. at (614) 751-0042. All Attendees must be registered by the Friday prior to the training date.