Understanding DSM-5-TR Changes Addressing Substance Use Disorders for the Helping Professional
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Please Note: This training is focused on changes to the DSM-5-TR that address substance use disorders (SUD).
Participants will receive a 2-hour review of the changes specific to substance use disorders (SUD) that were made to the DSM-5-TR. This training will cover new clinical conditions, new diagnoses, and updated language that supports health equity and culturally appropriate service delivery. We will also discuss new coding procedures and what resources are available to help clinicians transition from using the DSM-5 to the DSM-5-TR. This training is for all levels but is especially important for providers who are new to diagnosing and/or those who haven’t yet reviewed the DSM-5-TR.
**Please bring your new DSM 5-TR or your quick guide to the training.**
- Describe general changes to the DSM-5-TR including substance use diagnosis.
- Discuss new clinical conditions and how to use the decision tree.
- Identify updated inclusive language in the DSM-5-TR and how it supports health equity.
Registrants who fully attend this event or training will receive a certificate of attendance via email within two weeks after the event or training.
Jennifer Haywood, LISW-S, LICDC-CS
Jennifer has been training helping professionals since 1998. Her specialties include diagnosis, motivational interviewing, addictions focus topics, drug free workplace trainings, ethics, and supervision. Jennifer goes to agencies state-wide to train staff in treatment models in order to help their clients and trained all the behavioral health and medical social workers at Nationwide Children's Hospital in Motivational Interviewing in 2011/2012. Currently, Jennifer is teaching at OSU in the MSW and BSSW programs, focusing on the addictions minor the university is offering, clinical diagnosing and motivational interviewing.
Jennifer has a private practice in Worthington, Ohio where she specializes in treating addicts and alcoholics, families of addicts and alcoholics, depression, anxiety, post-partum women, womens' issues, adolescent issues (14+ only), and relationship struggles.
Jennifer's 24 years of experience in the addictions field allow her to assess, diagnose and treat clients with the expertise needed. Jennifer is currently open for new clients and can guide anyone with questions about the right "fit" when choosing one of the clinicians she supervises.
The Great Lakes A/MH/PTTC is offering this training for individuals working in HHS Region 5: IL, IN, MI, MN, OH, WI. This training is being provided in response to a need identified by Region 5 stakeholders.