Multi-disc video recording with electronic manual and instructions (5 hr 59 min)
Gain confidence in your ability to diagnose and treat Conduct Disorder, ADHD, ODD & Bipolar - GUARANTEED!
As clinicians, we are often faced with complicated cases where the child/ adolescent is displaying multiple behaviors and symptoms, and parents are desperately seeking answers or a diagnosis. Disruptive behavior disorders are typically easy to identify because they are characterized with temper tantrums, outbursts, aggression and defiant behavior. However, since symptomology can overlap, incorrectly identifying children and adolescents with the wrong diagnosis can be detrimental to their social, emotional and cognitive development.
New Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder - DSM-5®
Gain confidence in your ability to diagnose and treat Conduct Disorder, ADHD, ODD & Bipolar - Guaranteed!
New strategies to help clients regulate emotions & behavior
Identify the role and limitations of medications
Complete this seminar and separate yourself from other therapists by discovering how to differentiate diagnoses that have similar presenting symptoms. We will also focus on the new disruptive mood dysregulation disorder (DMDD), that has been introduced to help reduce the number of children diagnosed with bipolar I disorder. Utilize new treatment strategies for all the different disruptive disorders, including DBT skills, early intervention methods, mindfulness and self-regulation.
This day is guaranteed to increase your confidence when diagnosing and treating children and adolescents with:
Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder
Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Recognize and use the new DSM-5® criteria for disruptive disorders.
Develop a diagnostic strategy for disruptive disorders.
Identify the difference between aggression and irritability.
List the key points of DMDD.
Discover why the exclusionary criteria are so important.
Explain the role and limitations of medications when treating disruptive disorders.
Show confidence in your ability to diagnose and treat disruptive behaviors.
Disruptive Disorders: A Look at DSM-5® Changes
Oppositional defiant disorder
Intermittent explosive disorder
Reactive attachment disorder
The Core Elements of DMDD
Difficulty of comorbid diagnosis:
All disruptive behaviors are part of a cluster of symptoms that overlap
Learn to recognize the primary disorder within the symptom cluster
CASE STUDY 1
The client who cannot regulate emotions vs one who will not
Strategies for Treating DMDD
Psychopharmacology for DMDD
Psychotherapy for DMDD
Foundation of affect regulation
Elements of emotional regulation
Elements of emotional style
Increase their ability to regulate affect
A strength-based approach
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
ADHD is always comorbid with DMDD
Learn when it is a stand-alone diagnosis
CASE STUDY 2
How depression hides in ADHD
Criteria for depression
How post-traumatic stress masquerades as ADHD
Criteria for PTSD
Strategies for Treating ADHD
Mechanism of action
Side effects vs benefits
CASE STUDY 3
Early onset bipolar symptoms
What does “mania” look like?
When are “normal adolescent” mood swings a problem?
Early signs of depression
Differences between male and female symptoms
Strategies for Treating Bipolar
Can it be treated without medication?
Traditional medical treatment
Conduct Disorder vs Oppositional Defiant Disorder
CASE STUDY 4
Recognize the key differences
Is ODD always on the trajectory of CD?
How do these disorders relate to DMDD?
Strategies for Treating Conduct Disorder
Is this a treatable disorder?
Early intervention strategies
Parent management techniques
Teach cause and effect thinking
Assess and address “moral functioning”
Teach parents to focus on positive parenting
Address violence in video games and movies
Strategies for Treating Oppositional Defiant Disorder
Other forms of emotional engagement
Parent training to avoid negative reinforcement
Build a multisystem team
Affect tolerance and affect regulation
Develop mindfulness techniques
Incorporate DBT skills
About the Speaker:
Brooks W. Baer, MA, LCPC, LMFT is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been involved in the mental health field for over 25 years. He has well over 20,000 therapy hours and has conducted over 5,000 diagnostic interviews in emergency department settings. Since 2006, Brooks has taught seminars to more than 8,000 mental health professionals across the country. He currently splits his time between an Emergency Crisis Response team and teaching. Brooks brings you the latest research regarding both therapy and neuroscience; using his extensive clinical experience, he's able to translate that information into useful principles that can be used every day.
He encourages questions and discussion in order to insure that those who attend his seminars obtain the information they need to be more effective in their various roles. Brooks' use of humor, relevant examples and his ability to elicit lively audience interaction helps make a tough subject "Fun" ... the day will "Fly".
*Continuing Education Information:
For U.S. and Canadian customers, a CE test is available for $9.99 USD per participant. International CE rates may vary; please contact PESI, Inc. Customer Service at 1-800-844-8260 for more details.