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DSM-5™ and ICD-10-CM: Application, Assessment and Treatment Strategy

Presented by Sophia F. Dziegielewski, PhD, LCSW

 

Friday, October 6, 2017 & Saturday, October 7, 2017

 

9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

12 core continuing education hours

 

Middle Georgia State University Conference Center

100 College Station Drive, Professional Sciences Center, Macon, GA 31206

 

Two Day Workshop (12 hours) Workshop Description:

 

This workshop is designed to cover the  practical implications when using DSM-5 in mental health assessment, treatment planning and evidence-based practice strategy.  Particular emphasis is placed on application of the DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM. An overview is provided stressing how to utilize cross-cutting of symptoms,  and the principal , provisional and supportive information related to the diagnoses. Comparison of DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM criteria is highlighted. Selected disorders across the lifespan that will be covered including the: Addictive Disorders, Schizophrenia Spectrum and the Psychotic Disorders, the Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders, Sleep Disorders, The Anxiety Disorders, the Depressive Disorders as well as the Personality Disorders. A comprehensive diagnostic-assessment is linked to behavior-based practice strategy.

 

Learning Objectives: 

After completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify components related to professional use of the DSM-5 in the practice environment.
  • Identify the rationale and resulting changes between the DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5.
  • Identify several major diagnostic categories and the criteria for proper diagnostic assessments and evaluations.
  • Utilize the dimensional assessment strategy outlined in DSM-5 on selected disorders.
  • Examine several popular treatment strategies with application the disorders covered.

Summary of Agenda:

 I.   Explanation and Usage of the DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM Rationale for Usage

 II.  Utilization of Dimensional Assessment Strategy, Specifiers and the Principal and Provisional Diagnosis

 III. Structure, Format and Diagnostic Recording for Specific Mental Health Conditions and Implications for Practice Strategy

 

Day One

Instruction Time: Part One- 6 hours

 

Day One Workshop Overview: 

This workshop is designed to cover the basic changes, rationale and practical implications in using the DSM-5 and ICD-10-CM regarding social work diagnostic assessment and practice strategy.  Changes central to practice application will be explored such as billing concerns, the dimensional versus categorical assessment and other structural and strategic changes within the diagnostic system. Application of the assessment measures is explored while applying it to one diagnostic category, the Addictive and Substance related Disorders. Particular emphasis is placed on understanding the use and misuse of the DSM within the mental health profession.

 

Content Outline

    I.     Provide an Overview of the DSM-IV-TR and the Changes in DSM-5

    II.    Provide an Overview of the Supporting Information Related to Diagnosis and Assessment

    III.   Provide Information on how to use the Assessment Scales in Completing the Diagnostic Assessment

   IV.    Section One: Structure and Function and Application of the Criteria for the Addictive Disorders-Substance Use Disorder

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

After completion of the workshop participants will be able to:

      Identify components related to professional use of the DSM-5 in the practice environment.

      Identify the rationale and the resulting diagnostic changes between DSM-IV-TR and DSM-5.

      Identify the principal and the provisional diagnosis and other supportive information related to use of the DSM-5.

      Utilize the Assessment Scales Outlined in the DSM-5

      State and Apply the Criteria for Substance Use Disorder to the Diagnostic Assessment and treatment Strategy

 

Day Two

Instruction Time: Part Two- 6 hours

 

Day Two Workshop Overview: 

This workshop focuses on the DSM-5 and outlines the primary diagnostic criteria relative to ICD-10-CM.   DSM-5 criteria are applied to several mental disorders. The diagnostic criteria identified are linked to social work assessment and practice strategy. An overview of selected diagnoses such as the ADHD, ASD, Depressive Disorders, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorders and Anxiety Disorders such as PTSD will be highlighted. The relationship between assessment and intervention will be stressed for several categories in DSM-5 stressing behavior-based practice principles.   

 

Content Outline

I.  General Assessment/Diagnosis of Psychopathology and DSM-5

A.      Over-view of Specific Mental Health Conditions and Influence on Individuals and their Families

II. Review of Several Diagnostic Categories and Application of DSM-5 and how it relates to ICD-10-CM

B.      Review of Specific Diagnostic Categories and Changes Proposed

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

After completion of this workshop participants will be able to:

    Identify components related to professional use of the DSM-5 in the practice environment.

    List the changes in DSM-5 and compare it to what was previously required in DSM-IV-TR

    Utilize and practice using dimensional assessments as opposed to categorical ones.

   Identify several major diagnostic categories and the criteria for proper diagnostic assessments and evaluations relative to DSM-5 such as the Depressive Disorders, Addictive Disorders and PTSD. 

 

 

Sophia F. Dziegielewski, PhD, LCSW is a Professor at the University of Central Florida, where she also serves as Chair of the University Institutional Review Board and as Editor of the Journal of Social Service Research. Dr. Dziegielewski is the recipient of numerous awards, and supports her research and practice activity with over 130 publications, including 8 textbooks, 85 articles, numerous book chapters and hundreds of workshops and community presentations. She is the author of Social Work Practice and Psychopharmacology, Second Edition: A Person-in-Environment Approach, Psychopharmacology Handbook for the Non-Medically Trained and DSM-5 ™ in Action 

 

2-Day Registration:

$175 NASW Members l $150 Retired NASW Members l $135 Student NASW Members l $225 Nonmembers

 

 

Refund Policy:      Cancellations received after September 9 will result in a $55 administrative charge

                 Cancellations received after September 24 will result in a $65 administrative charge

Please note:          A $40 administrative fee charged for returned checks

 

Please Note: NASW Georgia Chapter is not responsible for personal possessions of attendees during a conference, workshop, training, or other Chapter hosted events.

 

 

 

Please note: Continuing education programs approved by NASW Georgia Chapter meet social work continuing education requirements of the Georgia Composite Board for social workers licensed in Georgia (see Chapter 135.9 Continuing Education, http://rules.sos.ga.gov/gac/135-9).

 

Social workers licensed/certified in another professional discipline and/or state should check with their licensure/certification/regulatory entity to determine if the above program meets their continuing education needs.