The new DSM-5-TR has just been released and is now available. The DSM-5-TR consists of fully revised text and references, updated diagnostic criteria, and ICD-10-CM codes since the DSM-5 was published in 2013.
The book features a series of new disorders, updates & changes that are critical to know for your clinical diagnosis & practice. And it is stated to be the most current, comprehensive, and critical resource available for today’s mental health professionals to use in their clinical practice.
There is a new disorder, Prolonged Grief Disorder, as well as new diagnostic categories of Suicidal Behavior Disorder and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury.
This interactive webinar will educate clinicians on these new disorders along with an outline of the major differences between the DSM-5 and the DSM-5-TR. So clinicians can stay up to date on the major changes and feel confident in serving their clients in their clinical practice.
- Recognize the major differences between the DSM-5 and the DSM-5-TR.
- Identify the diagnostic criteria and rationale for Prolonged Grief Disorder.
- Discuss the symptom codes for Suicidal Behavior Disorder and Non-Suicidal Self-Injury.
Ellen Biros, LCSW
Ellen Biros earned a Master’s in Justice from the American University in Washington, DC. and a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Georgia. She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and has been practicing social work for over 25 years. Currently, she has a private practice where she specializes in the treatment and assessment of individuals with personality disorders, substance abuse issues, and emotional regulation problems. She also provides clinical supervision for social workers seeking their clinical licensure. Ellen is an adjunct faculty member at The University of Phoenix in the College of Social Services and the College of Natural Sciences and at Tulane University in the School of Social Work. She has been a national continuing education speaker and has authored a variety of continuing education seminars. Ellen is the author of multiple psychotherapeutic articles as well as the recently published "Recovering from Narcissistic Mothers: A Daughter's Workbook." Ellen has been married for 24 years and has two daughters.