Providing you with a quick and easy way to get up-to-speed on recent changes to the two main classification systems—DSM-5 Essentials highlights these changes in a logical and systematic manner so that you can easily make the transition from DSM-IV to DSM-5.
Author Lourie Reichenberg offers health care providers, instructors, clinicians in practice settings, and office staff who do coding for insurance reimbursement the information they need to do their jobs smoothly and efficiently with coverage of:The twenty classifications of disorders Emerging measures and models The future of diagnosis and treatment planning Matching clients' needs with the best evidence-based treatment Major changes to the DSM-5 such as the replacement of the multiaxial system, the developmental and lifespan approach, and cultural and gender considerations
Arranged in the same sequence as the DSM-5, DSM-5 Essentials covers what has changed from the DSM-IV, what these changes mean for diagnosis, and the implication of these changes on the selection of effective, evidence-based treatment.
The e-chapter update provides all of the DSM-5 changes organized by disorder, so that readers can easily and completely adopt the new DSM-5 material. Many of the disorders in DSM-5 remain largely unchanged from DSM-IV-TR. This, too, is noted in an effort to provide consistency and clarity between the 4th edition, and the DSM-5.
This new e-chapter update outlines the background for important changes made to DSM-5 including the elimination of the bereavement exclusion, new course specifiers for mania, a switch to the new syndrome concept for autism and schizophrenia, and many of the name changes to existing disorders (e.g., intellectual disability disorder, gender dysphoria). All of this, and more, is included in the e-chapter update to Selecting Effective Treatments, 4th edition.
This unique casebook for graduate level programs in the mental health professions is a masterful vehicle for students to put the new DSM-5 into practice bypresenting actual clinical experiences from practitioners. It is distinguished from other casebooks by its presentation of real-life cases along with therationale behind diagnostic criteria and a connection of DSM-5 criteria with symptomatology for each case. In addition, the detailed vignettes include acomplete discussion of treatment interventions and client management that is crucial for students in helping professions. These treatment considerationsare inclusive of a wide range of evidence-based approaches. Multiple cases are presented within each major category of disorders to help studentsunderstand the nature of differential diagnosis. Cases also reflect cultural and social consideration in making diagnostic decisions.
Each chapter is consistently formatted to include an overview of the client, symptoms/problems, diagnosis, and treatment interventions includingcomponents, applications, and results/prognosis. Readers will have an opportunity to formulate their own reactions and diagnostic impressions for each casebefore the commentary reveals the correct conclusion. An ideal text to enhance courses in psychopathology and diagnosis, as well as practicum andinternship, the casebook will diversify and broaden the classroom experience by enlightening students with compelling clinical cases that have beenexperienced by practicing professionals.
Presents in-demand DSM-5 content in depth Designed to meet the training needs of non-medical mental health professionals Offers breadth and depth of coverage including symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment planning Includes multiple cases in each DSM-5 diagnostic category to illustrate differential diagnosis Describes cultural and social implications in each case
This third edition incorporates detailed case conceptualizations and treatment considerations for the DSM-5 diagnoses most commonly seen in everyday clinical practice. Extensive case studies illustrate the diagnostic, case conceptualization, and treatment process in a way that makes it come alive. Written by practicing clinicians with expertise in specific disorders, this book will be an invaluable resource to both novice and experienced clinicians.