Date: December 13, 2013
Time: 12:00pm - 4:00pm
CEs: 4 CE (4 clock hours)
Location: Forest Institute - *Updated Location*
2885 W. Battlefield, Springfield, MO 65807
Presenter: Adam Andreassen, PsyD
Fee: Includes CEs and materials
$69 Regular; $64 for MOPA members; $25 for Students; 50% discount for Burrell and Forest faculty and staff.
Registration: online or call 417-823-3469.
Description: With the 2013
publication of the DSM-5 comes much uncertainty, handwringing, and controversy.
The new manual is the product of a 12 year revision process and includes many
philosophical and diagnostic revisions. This presentation will focus on
summarizing the specific diagnostic changes, identifying philosophical
adjustments, and clarifying likely short and long-term implications for
patients, clinicians, and administrators. The workshop will also briefly focus
on current controversies surrounding the DSM-5 and discuss the potential impact
on its use and adoption in clinical practice.
Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to -
- To summarize key diagnostic criteria changes in the DSM-V
from the DSM-IV-TR.
- To provide a working understanding of philosophical shifts
and adjustments in the DSM-V compared to the DSM-IV-TR.
identify the process of research and empirical foundation underlying the DSM-V
- Acquaint participants with current issues and controversies
associated with DSM-V publication.
- Explore and summarize important practical considerations and
adjustments relative to adoption of the DSM-V.
& Students in Behavioral Health
to Intermediate range of complexity
the Presenter: Adam Andreassen, PsyD
PsyD – Clinical Psychology. Current
positions include founder/owner/president of Midwest Assessment &
Psychotherapy Solutions, P.C. (MAPS), Executive Director of Heart of America
Psychology Training Consortium (HAPTC), Co-founder Generated Psychological
Solutions, LLC, Co-founder DnA Behavioral Health Business Consultants, LLC.
Also certified (from UMASS) in Primary Care Behavioral Health, Adjunct Faculty
@ Forest Institute.