Using DMS-5 and ICD 10-11 in Clinical Practice

The course will cover the following content over the 2 days:

 

• The emerging Developmental Focus in mental health nosology • Key changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5 (the good, the bad and the downright ugly!) • The relationship between the DSM and the ICD • Key changes from ICD-10 to ICD-11 • Emerging Assessment Measures (free for use) • Applying a Cultural Formulation • The Neurodevelopmental Disorders • Bipolar & Related Disorders • Anxiety & OCD Disorders • Trauma & Stressor Related Disorders • Disruptive & Impulse Control Disorders • Gender Dysphoria • Emerging Conditions for Further Study • Other Conditions that may be a Focus of Clinical Attention (The very helpful V-codes) 

 

The course is designed to maximise your CPD credit. We include a  pre-seminar reading and reflection task, an in-seminar analysis of a case example you provide, and a post-seminar reflection task. This equates to a total of 10 hours CPD (which can qualify as Active CPD)