(5) Clinical Credits
ability to assess and diagnose is a core competency for mental health
providers. Upcoming changes in the new DSM manual will require practitioners to
modify their current understanding of diagnostic symptoms and categories. This
one-day workshop will describe the development of the DSM-5, the changes to the
organizational structure, and major revisions to the existing diagnoses.
Cost for this course (includes coffee/tea and lunch):
NASW Member- $95.00
NASW Student Member- $45.00
NASW Gold Card Member- $65.00
cannot be accepted over the phone. Our online registration is quick and secure , and you will receive instant confirmation by email. If
necessary, you can mail a check, Purchase Order or Money Order to the
NASW-NJ Chapter office.
Online Registration: Click 'Register' above.
Registration by mail with check: Click here for a printable PDF Registration Form
For Directions to the workshop, click HERE
If you require special accommodations to permit your attendance, please
submit a written request along with a completed registration form and
payment at least 30 days prior to the registration deadline. Requests
received after the deadline may not be able to be processed or fulfilled
in time for the event.
REFUND REQUESTS: All refund requests must be submitted by clicking HERE: https://naswnj.site-ym.com/?RefundRequest. NO refund requests will be received by email or phone. Valid
requests must be received within five days of course end date.
refunds are subject to a $25.00 processing fee. Credit will not be
issued toward a future program date. Refund requests typically require
3-4 weeks processing time and will be issued by check, as is our