In which one of my students takes a look at the intriguing split of RAD into two distinct disorders in the DSM-5.
In which one of my students examines the diagnosis of Adjustment Disorder as formulated in the DSM-5.
In which one of my students lays out how the DSM-5’s conception of substance use problems has changed significantly.
In which one of my students takes a look at a lesser known condition, Developmental Coordination Disorder, and helps us understand what it is.
In which one of my students discusses what sort of diagnostic criteria changes happened in the Motor Disorders under the DSM-5.
In which the numerous changes from DSM-IV to DSM-5 are discussed and critiqued.
In which we take a look at what treatments, including CBITS and medication, have been used to effectively help those with uncontrollable motor and vocal tics.
In which one of my students takes a look at who has SUDs, why, and what accompanies them.
In which the change from the DSM-IV’s “mental retardation” to the DSM-V’s “intellectual disability” is discussed.
In which we take a look at the changes made to the diagnostic criteria for Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder from DSM-IV to DSM-5.