DSM-5 and ICD Trainings
The DSM-5 is now available, and the federal government has recently mandated the use of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) beginning in 2014.
If you are the member of an organization, agency or association, and would like to offer a professional development workshop on the DSM-5 or ICD in your area, half- (4 hours or less) and full-day (5 hours or more) workshops are available at this time. Presenters can be scheduled to accommodate the dates and locations of your agency or organization; however, this is subject to the presenters' availability. Presenter fees are to be discussed between the presenter and agency/organization. Presenter costs vary (estimate: $2,500 honorarium plus travel and hotel expenses).
If an agency or organization is in need of continuing education credit support, the APA CEP Office is happy to provide this support along with marketing support for a nominal fee. Please contact the CEP Office for more information.
Christopher Hopwood, PhD, is an assistant professor of clinical psychology at Michigan State University and licensed clinical psychologist in the state of Michigan. He received his PhD from Texas A&M University and completed his clinical internship at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School. He has been active on research related to the classification of personality disorders for several years, and is currently an associate editor of the Journal of Personality Disorders and the Journal of Personality Assessment.
K. Dayle Jones, PhD, is associate professor and coordinator of the Mental Health Counseling program at the University of Central Florida, where she teaches courses on assessment and diagnosis of mental disorders. She is a member of the World Health Organization's International Advisory Group for the revision of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) section on Mental and Behavioural Disorders. She chaired the American Counseling Association's DSM-5 Proposed Revisions Task Force, and was column editor for Counseling Today's "Inside the DSM-5" series.
Carol Goodheart, EdD, is in independent practice in Princeton, N.J., specializing in the treatment of individuals and families coping with physical diseases or disabilities. In addition to her practice, she has served at Rutgers University’s Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology in a number of roles, including clinical supervisor and contributing faculty. She was the 2010 president of APA. An author/editor of eight books and many articles and chapters, her latest book is the forthcoming “ICD Primer for Psychologists,” to be published by APA Books®.
Please email the CEP Office for presenter contact information.
Understanding the DSM-5 and the ICD: What Every Practitioner Needs to Know
In this three-part workshop, the presenter will: review changes in the diagnosis of psychopathology in the context of broader historical and theoretical issues of diagnosis; highlight empirical evidence for changes in diagnostic criteria; and review research suggesting the need for more dramatic changes to how psychopathology is organized and diagnosed.