Matthew J. Friedman, MD,
Dr. Friedman previously recorded a presentation describing the
DSM-5’s new chapter on Trauma and Stress- or Related Disorders.
The presentation is FREE to view and is available here. In this second, live webinar (participation fees apply),
Dr. Friedman will address questions about the DSM-5 process as well as
about the new diagnostic criteria..
Ruth Lanius, MD,
Dr. Lanius will explain how the recognition of a new dissociative
subtype of PTSD as part of the DSM-5 PTSD diagnosis was based on three
converging lines of research.
Patricia A. Resick, PhD,
Dr. Resick will present on implications of the DSM-5 criteria for
assessment within the context of treatment. She will emphasize the
changes in items and criteria and how they might affect treatment or
assessment before or after treatment.
Dean G. Kilpatrick,
Dr. Kilpatrick will address three issues concerning the PTSD diagnosis
the implications of diagnostic changes and the high prevalence of
exposure to multiple traumatic events for PTSD assessment in DSM-5.