3 Clinical CEUs
This workshop will focus on the new updates to the DSM as reflected in the DSM-5-TR and provide participants with an opportunity to apply what they have learned. An overview of the purpose of the DSM will be provided along with highlighting the difference between the DSM-5 and the new DSM-5-TR edition. An introduction to the new disorder in the DSM-5-TR will be explored in depth along with the two disorders that have been renamed. You will learn about all the new symptom codes along with new specifier changes and how to use them. Using case vignettes, participants will engage in assessing and diagnosing for various disorders. Case vignettes reflect the presenting issues indicative of the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic and feature clients with lived experiences that naturally embody intersectionality, diversity, equity and inclusion.
By the end of this workshop, clinicians will be able to:
? Describe and apply the new disorder in the DSM-5-TR, Prolonged Grief Disorder.
? Describe and apply the new symptom codes to assess the presence/ history of suicidal behavior and non-suicidal self-injury.
? Apply the specifier changes to several disorders in the DSM-5-TR.
? Summarize the two disorders that have been renamed.
? Summarize the new terminology to describe gender dysphoria.
? Analyze the relationship between the DSM-5 TR and ICD-10-CM Codes.
? Describe the new ICD-10-CM Code changes as of October 2021.
? Write a DSM-5-TR diagnosis along with ICD-10-CM Code.
? Identify two strengths and two challenges with the new DSM-5-TR.
For those licensed in NY: NASW New Jersey Chapter SW CPE is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0138. This course does not necessarily meet supervision requirements in the state of New York.