Diagnostic Statistical Manual-5

This webinar series highlights changes in the DSM-5, particularly in the area of Trauma and Stress Related Disorders, including special considerations for clinicians working with young children and their families.

In the second half of this 2-part webinar Julie Larrieu and Chandra Ghosh Ippen discuss the implications of the changes in the DSM-5 as they relate to young children. They reflect on symptoms and the multiple ways that clinicians and family members may understand and react to a childs symptoms. Presenters discuss ways to assess for trauma history and trauma-related symptoms and show how to integrate assessment and diagnostic data into a clinical case conceptualization.
Are you working with young children and their families? Do you have questions about how the changes in the DSM will affect your work with this population? This presentation, the first of two parts, features experts in the field of early childhood trauma discussing some of the core developmental, relational, and clinical considerations when working with this population as they relate to changes in the DSM-5.
In this webinar Robert Pynoos and Charles Zeanah discuss important changesin DSM-5 related to Trauma and Stress Related Disorders in children and adolescents, including the Dissociative Subtype of PTSD and the Preschool Subtype.