DSM-5

The new version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM) was released in spring of 2013

DSM-5 is the first major revision of the manual in more than 30 years. This creates many changes for clinical practitioners and providers alike. This program explores the controversies and implications of the new edition.

At a glance

What: New program on the DSM-5

Who: Presented by an award-winning expert in the field—David Mays, MD, PhD—a licensed psychologist and forensic psychiatrist with decades of clinical, training, and consultation success

Cost: $175

Certification: Each program provides 0.6 CEUs and meets multiple requirements and standards for continuing education for social workers, counselors, marriage and family therapists, substance abuse counselors, and educators

Questions? Contact Kristi Obmascher at kobmascher@dsc.wisc.edu or call 608-262-8971


Program schedule

DSM-5: Implications for Mental Health Providers, with David Mays, MD, PhD

Nov 18, 9am-4pm American Club, Kohler, WI $175 (box lunch included)

Questions?

Contact Kristi Obmascher at kobmascher@dcs.wisc.edu or call 608-262-8971.

Information about Dr Mays’ other lectures

Dr Mays is also presenting a program on Ethics and Boundaries. For more information, please visit:

Ethics & Boundaries: Biological and Spiritual Assessment»