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Social Work: DSM-5

A helpful guide to using the Library's resources

DSM-5 Database

Available eBooks

DSM-5: Research Starter

What DSM-5, the Updated Mental Health "Bible," Means for Diagnosing Patients (5/20/13) (FULL VIDEO)

The American Psychiatric Association released a new edition of the DSM, which doctors use to diagnose and treat mental disorders. Judy Woodruff discusses the changes and implications for both patients and professionals with Dr. Michael First of Columbia University and Dr. Steven Hyman of the Broad Institute. View Video.

Mastering DSM-5 and ICD-10 Diagnosis — A Lecture Full Video (06:11:12)

This advanced video seminar teaches mental health professionals to master clinical diagnosis and differential diagnosis using the DSM-5®, ICD-10 ,and online assessment tools. It examines key symptoms for each diagnosis, common differential diagnoses, and frequent comorbid disorders of anxiety, depressive, trauma-related, substance-related, psychotic and neurodevelopmental disorders. Using case examples and studies, the video discusses the clinical intake interview, differential diagnoses, online assessment tools to narrow diagnosis, and potential comorbidities.  View Video.

Psychiatric Diagnosis and Interviewing (2hr 00min)

In this first volume of our new series, The DSM 5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing, Jason Buckles and Victor Yalom take a nuanced and critical look at psychiatric diagnosis and the DSM-5, and then demonstrate in a step-by-step manner the components and skills necessary to do a diagnostic interview.

Diagnosing PTSD, Adjustment, Generalized Anxiety and Panic Disorders (2hr 21min)

In volume 2 of our DSM-5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing series, learn how to obtain essential diagnostic information on some of the most common disorders therapists encounter—...

Diagnosing Depressive, Bipolar, and Alcohol Use Disorders (3hr 02min)


Volume 3 of our DSM-5 and Psychodiagnostic Interviewing series covers diagnoses that can sometimes overlap and be hard to distinguish from one another: Depressive and persistent depressive disorders, bipolar and substance use disorders.