William F. Doverspike, Ph.D. has published articles and presented workshops on various DSM classifications systems. He is the author of the Multiaxial Diagnostic Inventory-Revised Version, a criterion-referenced diagnostic screening instrument that evolved out of his work with differential diagnostic assessment. He holds board certification Diplomats in Clinical Psychology (ABPP) and Neuropsychology (ABPN). He maintains a practice at the Atlanta Counseling Center.
He teaches Psychopathology as an Adjuct Professor at Richmont Graduate University in Atlanta, and he teaches Professional Ethics as an Adjunct Professor at Emory University.
The workshop will consist of an overview of empirical research and organizing principles that have contributed to the development of the DSM-5. There will be some discussion of changes in organization and content that have been announced by the American Psychiatric Association. DSM and DSM-5 are registered trademarks of the American Psychiatric Association. The American Psychiatric Association is not affiliated with nor endorses this seminar.
Participants in the workshop will be able to:
· Explain some of the controversies surrounding development of the DSM-5.
· Distinguish between categorical and dimensional models of mental disorders.
· List some disorders that have been added to or removed from the DSM-5.
· Identify DSM-5 disorders that are commonly encountered in clinical practice.
· Differentiate between personality trait domains and personality trait facets.
Where: Richmont Graduate University – Atlanta Campus
When: 1:00-4:00 PM Friday June 14, 2013
Follow the link to sign up: https://secure.qgiv.com/for/richmontgrad/event/20560/