Putting the Wheels on the DSM-5: Using the DSM-5 as a Diagnostic Tool
March 2 and 3, 2018
1117 Macleod Trail SE
Calgary, AB T2G 2M8
Facilitated by Michael Zwiers, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist, Assistant Professor, University of Calgary.
This interactive clinical skills workshop offers a hands-on approach to support clinicians to use the DSM-5 in clinical practice. Participants will be introduced to a semi-structured screening interview that covers all key areas of the DSM-5 as well as a follow-up diagnostic interview designed to make the DSM-5 more manageable. Participants will also engage with case studies in small groups to learn differential diagnosis and decision-making.
Two-day workshop for Psychologists approved for CE Credits by the Canadian Psychological Association.
Space is limited!
Participants must complete an application form outlining professional training, coursework, and experience. Instructor approval is required prior to registration.
Cost for 2-day workshop:
Registered Psychologist: Early Bird – $350 (Before February 15, 2018) $375 (After February 15, 2018)
Provisional Psychologist or Graduate Student: Early Bird – $180 (Before February 15, 2018) $205 (After February 15, 2018)
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For more information call 403-686-9300 ext. 126.