DSM-5 Workshop: A 3-Part Series

In his DSM-5 series, Barton Bott will give you an in-depth look into some of the most common DSM-5 diagnoses you need to know. Barton is offering 3 separate workshops on the DSM-5, each focusing on specific diagnostic categories and providing case studies. You may take any or all workshops, depending on your studying needs.

This workshop is key for students preparing for the NCMHCE Exam, the Marriage and Family Therapy exam, the Social Work exam, and the Psychiatric Nursing exam.

DSM-5 Workshops

PART 1: Jan 16, 11 am – 2 pm Eastern time
– In-depth review of Mood Disorders, Psychotic Disorders, and Anxiety Disorders.
– Registration Cost for Individual Session: $85

PART 2: Jan 23, 10 am – 2 pm Eastern time
– In-depth review of Neurocognitive Disorders, Personality Disorders, and Impulse Control Disorders.
– (Please note, this session is 4 hours and begins at 10 am Eastern.)
– Registration Cost for Individual Session: $105

PART 3: Jan 30, 11 am – 2 pm Eastern time
– In-depth review of Trauma & Stressor Disorders, Dissociative & Somatic Disorders, Feeding & Eating Disorders.
– Registration Cost for Individual Session: $85

Topics Covered in Every DSM-5 Workshop
  • Key words and tricky phrases to help you easily remember diagnoses
  • Learn the major diagnostic categories and the diagnoses in each, and how to remember them for your exam
  • How to differentiate between similar diagnoses (such as Conduct Disorder vs ODD, Schizoaffective vs Bipolar Disorder with Psychotic Features)
  • Tips and tricks to distinguish what your exam is asking for
  • Case examples and simulation presentations of the most common diagnoses
  • Free handouts provided to attendees