The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is used nationally and internationally to provide standardized criteria for clinical and research use. Release of DSM-5 marks the first major revision to the classification of and diagnostic criteria for mental disorders since DSM-IV was released in 1994.
The focus of this master workshop is to educate clinicians and researchers on the major changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5, including diagnosis-specific changes (e.g., criteria revisions) as well as broader, manual-wide changes (e.g., revised chapter ordering, use of dimensional assessments, integration of neuroscience and developmental material across the manual).
The primary emphasis is on ensuring clinicians understand how these changes might impact patient care and knowing what modification might be necessary to implement these revisions in their practice. Presentations will also address potential scientific implications and assist researchers in understanding how DSM-5 might impact the study of mental disorders.
Psychologists: The OPPA is an approved provider of the Ohio Psychological Association of Mandatory Continuing Education (OPA-MCE). A certificate for five and one half hours of continuing education hours will be provided to the psychologists who sign in the on-site attendance sheet on the day of the event.
Speaker: Molly McVoy, M.D. is an Assistant Professor in the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at Case Western Reserve/University Hospitals of Cleveland and is the training director for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship training program. Dr. McVoy also serves on the American Psychiatric Association’s Board of Trustees that developed and approved the DSM-5.
Register online at: www.ohiopsychiatry.org – go to “education” then “DSM-5 workshops”