Title: DSM-5 for Social Workers- Online


This workshop is being recorded. 



By taking this course, you will receive 3 CEUS for its completion.  By enrolling you have agreed to reviewing all course materials and completion of a program evaluation in order to receive credit. You are responsible for reviewing the webinar, supplemental videos, and completing the quiz after you have reviewed all materials. 



Workshop Description

This presentation will provide an overview of the DSM-5. The presentation will discuss the history of the DSM and the changes from the DSM-IV to the DSM-5. A comprehensive overview of each section will be discussed and the criterion associated with disorders. The presentation will also highlight assessment and provide case conceptualizations.


“At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will….”

1) Develop an understanding of the history and of the DSM and the development of the DSM-5.

2) Obtain an understanding of sections of the DSM and criterion associated with the disorders.

3) Develop skills in assessment and appropriate use of the DSM in the diagnostic process.

Continuing Education Credits
CEU : Hours - 3



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Kentucky Board of Social Work



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The Kent School Continuing Education program is dedicated to assisting social workers in meeting their professional development needs, maintaining and improving professional competence. We strive to provide trainings that are innovative, engaging and in line with the Kent School's mission of addressing complex social problems through education, research and service to create a just and better world. Our continuing education program demonstrates to the community, prospective students and alumni, our commitment to them, not only inside the classroom but once they are out in the field. In becoming one of the top research social work programs in the country, we provide tools to support your practice in addressing societies most difficult problems.


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