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Casebook for DSM-5
Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
- Distinguished by its use of real-world case examples to help students link DSM-5 criteria with client symptomsThis practical casebook for graduate-level programs in mental health masterfully demonstrates how to put the DSM-5 into practice. It is designed to help students understand why a particular diagnosis is given based on the individual client's specific background and personal history. This book is distinguished from other casebooks through the presentation of complex, real-life case studies that discuss pairing the DSM-5 criteria with symptomatology and offers in-depth analyses of treatment interventions and client management. Each case is consistently formatted to include an overview of the client, symptoms/problems, diagnosis, and treatment interventions, including components, applications, and results/prognosis. Readers will have an opportunity to formulate their own reactions and diagnostic impressions for each case before the commentary reveals the correct conclusion. An ideal text to enhance courses in psychopathology and diagnosis, as well as practicum and internship, the casebook will diversify and broaden the classroom experience by enlightening students with compelling clinical cases that have been experienced by practicing professionals. The second edition has been expanded to feature additional cases for each category, a more detailed table of contents to better organize the book around disorder categories, additional discussion questions for each case, as well as a final review chapter, making this text a helpful supplement to a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses. By fully exploring the rationale behind diagnostic criteria, the book provides trainees in counseling, marriage and family therapy, counseling psychology, and social work an opportunity to examine their own ideas on symptom presentation, diagnosis, and treatment planning with a full complement of disorders and conditions covered in the DSM-5. Purchase also includes digital access for use on most mobile devices or computers. New to the Second Edition: Presents additional cases in each diagnostic category Reorganizes table of contents to facilitate easy access to diagnostic categories Presents cases with expanded range of settings for a diverse mental health workforce Dedicated chapter on Cultural Considerations in Treatment Contains additional discussion questions and notes to promote critical thinking Presents a new final review chapter that can serve as an assessment Key Features: Encompasses in-demand DSM-5 content for all helping professions Provides breadth and depth of coverage including multiple cases in each DSM-5 category Covers symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment planning Follows a consistent format in each chapter for ease of use Structures cases so students can apply DSM-5 criteria and understand why and how to make diagnosis based on symptom presentation Considers cultural and social implications in each case Includes diverse range of evidence-based treatment recommendations
- Jayna Bonfini has significant research, teaching, and clinical experience with adolescents and young adults struggling with various mental health issues, trauma histories, and substance abuse problems. A Licensed Professional Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor, and a Nationally Certified Counselor, she has specific training in Motivational Interviewing, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to offer an integrated approach that meets the needs of her clients.Dr. Bonfini was trained clinically at Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic and has experience working with justice-involved adolescents and adults, and with adolescents and adults struggling with transitional issues. Dr. Bonfini has presented at numerous local, state, and national conferences on counseling related topics from trauma therapy to ethical decision-making to self-esteem to diversity in graduate school programs. She earned degrees from Georgetown University, Carnegie Mellon University, Waynesburg University, and Duquesne University, where she earned her doctorate. Prior to her clinical work, she worked as a health care policy analyst and advocate for access to care in Washington, DC. Elizabeth Ventura is a qualitative researcher, trauma specialist, and counselor educator. She serves on local panels in her area and is a consultant for school districts regarding the implementation of care for traumatized children and adolescents. Dr. Ventura is a Senior Core faculty member in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Department at Walden University and primarily specializes in teaching counseling techniques. For over 11 years, Dr. Ventura has educated counselors in training, teaching a variety of courses across the graduate curriculum and encouraging graduate students to present professionally at local and national conferences. Dr. Ventura has a research agenda that focuses on counselor preparedness regarding trauma and crisis. Her professional counseling presentations have focused on educating professionals on pedagogical approaches to using clinical cases to increase the self- efficacy of counselors-in-training. In addition to the first edition of the DSM 5 Casebook, she has co-authored trauma textbooks and authored other trauma related chapters in professional counseling textbooks. Dr. Ventura has established crisis protocols for implementing school-based therapy programs for children with emotional support needs related to self-injury and trauma. Dr. Ventura has been practicing clinically for over 16 years in a variety of treatment centers. Her training includes the Cleveland Clinic and Western Psychiatric Institute & Clinic in Pittsburgh, PA where she gained expertise in dual diagnosis, trauma theory, and mood disorders. Dr. Ventura is the President of her own private therapy practice and contracts over 9 providers that offer trauma based services to children, adolescents, and adults at her office. Given her research and clinical work. Dr. Ventura is a sought out expert in the area of child trauma and, as a qualified expert witness, she has testified in numerous trauma related cases and as a result, provides expert opinions regarding the impact of trauma related to children. Dr. Ventura regularly offers her time to students who are interested in similar areas of research and encourages them to attend and participate in conference presentations. She believes that these real world experiences offer the best preparedness for professional practice.
- Chapter 1. Neurodevelopmental Disorders Chapter 2. Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders Chapter 3. Bipolar and Related Disorders Chapter 4. Depressive Disorders Chapter 5. Anxiety Disorders Chapter 6. Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders Chapter 7. Trauma and Stressor Related Disorders Chapter 8. Dissociative Disorders Chapter 9. Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders Chapter 10. Feeding and Eating Disorders Chapter 11. Elimination Disorders Chapter 12. Sleep- Wake Disorders Chapter 13. Sexual Dysfunctions Chapter 14. Gender Dysphoria Chapter 15. Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders Chapter 16. Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders Chapter 17. Neurocognitive Disorders Chapter 18. Personality Disorders Chapter 19. Paraphilic Disorders Chapter 20: Cultural Considerations in Treatment Chapter 21: Final Review: Your Skills in Practice
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