Diagnostic Interviews for Mental Health: Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-5 DisordersBook Now
Date: 29th and 30th June 2020
The training will take delegates through procedure regarding how DSM-5 diagnoses are made across the following core sets of diagnoses; mood disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, psychosis, and substance use, with a view to training in the administration of SCID-5-CV clinical assessments as one diagnostic interview, including reference to the NetSCID computerised version. The latter is licensed by the APA (see telesage.com) and developed with the author of the SCID-5-CV. The training does not cover research or personality disorder versions.
The course is not a replacement for existing experience in mental health. The course is for delegates who already have training in mental health. It is an administration course focusing on how to complete structured mental health diagnoses, using approaches such as the SCID-5-CV, with reference to the NetSCID version.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries about attendance. It is, however, possible to attend as an in-training clinician for CPD and not for diagnostic making purposes but this must be indicated to email@example.com at the time of booking as CPD only places are limited and carry stipulations of expectations post the event.
Trainers: The event will be led by Professor Jane L Ireland, who has worked in psychiatric care for approximately 20 years. Professor Ireland uses the SCID on a regular clinical basis. along with other diagnostic interviews. She also researches in mental health.
Course materials: Sufficient materials are provided for all attendees to complete this event. A certificate of attendance will be provided to all those who successfully attend all aspects of the course. There is no requirement to purchase manuals for the training but you will be directed on what is required to apply diagnostic interviews post, in terms of purchasing.
Venue: CCATS, 3 Lockwood Ave, Poulton-le-Fylde FY6 7AB. The course is non-residential. There are hotels close to the venue and joining instructions include all of the required information to book accommodation if required. The training costs do not include accommodation.
Who can attend: The course is available for Psychiatrists and for Registered Psychologists (who hold a current practicing certificate with the HCPC). Registered Psychologists who wish to complete this training must be a Clinical, Counselling or Forensic Psychologist with evidenced experience (including practical) in working in mental health. Arrangements for those in training and other professionals can be made, although it must be noted that such individuals can attend for CPD only. They will not be qualified to conduct mental health assessments. The expectations for all delegates post training to allow them to use the materials taught clinically will be outlined.
Cost: £470.00 + VAT(94.00) = £564.00
Please complete the booking online. Payment secures a place. A refund for any places secured can only be given before 29th May 2020.Book Now
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