DSM-IV-TR in Action

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Wiley, Jun 21, 2002 - Psychology - 448 pages
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Includes specific applications of diagnostic and psychotherapeutic considerations for the spectrum of disorders included in the DSMTM.
* Uses a "person-in-environment" context unique among books about the DSM-IV-TRTM.
* Written by a professor who has taught thousands of students and clinicians across the country the basics of DSMTM in preparation for the licensing exam.

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User Review  - Benjamin - Goodreads

The book has good info, at times leaving out descriptions that are assumed to be understood as psychological terms, more description and analysis could be beneficial in these areas. Overall, very good info and case study examples.. Read full review

Contents

Ethical and Legal Considerations 100
8
New Diagnostic Assessment
24
Questions for Further Thought 104
28
Copyright

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SOPHIA F. DZIEGIELEWSKI, PhD, is a professor in the school of social work at the University of Central Florida. She presents workshops on using the DSM(TM), including practice strategy and technique, nationally each year. She is also the author of more than seventy publications, including five in the areas of health and mental health.

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