Preface viii How to Use This Book x 1 Introduction 1 Introduction to DSM-5 1 The International Classification of Diseases (ICD) 8 Conclusion 11 2 The 20 Classifications of Disorders 12 Neurodevelopmental Disorders 13 Intellectual disabilities * Communication disorders * Autism spectrum disorder * Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder * Specific learning disorder * Motor disorders Schizophrenia Spectrum and Other Psychotic Disorders 20 Schizotypal (personality) disorder * Delusional disorder * Brief psychotic disorder * Schizophreniform disorder * Schizophrenia * Schizoaffective disorder * Catatonia Bipolar and Related Disorders 24 Bipolar I, bipolar II, and cyclothymic disorder * Other bipolar disorders Depressive Disorders 27 Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder * Major depressive disorder * Persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia) * Premenstrual dysphoric disorder * Substance/ medication-induced depressive disorder * Depressive disorder due to another medical condition * Other specified * Unspecified Anxiety Disorders 35 Separation anxiety disorder * Selective mutism * Specific phobia * Social anxiety disorder * Panic disorder * Agoraphobia Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 39 Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) * Body dysmorphic disorder * Hoarding disorder * Trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder) * Excoriation (skin-picking disorder) * Substance/medication-induced and OCD related to medical condition * Other specified * Unspecified Trauma- and Stressor-Related Disorders 45 Reactive attachment disorder * Disinhibited social engagement disorder * Posttraumatic stress disorder * Acute stress disorder * Adjustment disorders * Other specified * Unspecified Dissociative Disorders 50 Dissociative identity disorder * Dissociative amnesia * Depersonalization/derealization disorder * Other specified and unspecified Somatic Symptom and Related Disorders 52 Somatic symptom disorder * Illness anxiety disorder * Conversion disorder (Functional neurological symptom disorder) * Psychological factors affecting other medical conditions * Factitious disorder * Other specified * Unspecified Feeding and Eating Disorders 56 Pica and rumination disorder * Avoidant/restrictive intake disorder * Anorexia nervosa * Bulimia nervosa * Binge-eating disorder * Other specified * Unspecified Elimination Disorders 61 Encopresis * Enuresis Sleep-Wake Disorders 62 Sexual Dysfunctions 64 Gender Dysphoria (formerly Gender Identity Disorder) 65 Disruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disorders 67 Oppositional defiant disorder * Intermittent explosive disorder * Conduct disorder * Pyromania * Kleptomania * Other specified * Unspecified Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders 71 Substance use disorders * Caffeine withdrawal * Cannabis withdrawal * Gambling disorder Neurocognitive Disorders 81 Delirium * Major or Mild neurocognitive disorders * Specified disorder * Unspecified Personality Disorders 83 Paraphilic Disorders 84 Other Mental Disorders 85 Medication-Induced Movement Disorders and 86 Other Adverse Effects of Medication Other Conditions That May Be a Focus of Clinical Attention 87 3 Emerging Measures and Models 92 Assessment Measures 92 Cultural Formulation 95 Alternative Model for Diagnosing Personality Disorders 97 Conditions for Further Study 97 Conclusion: The Future of Diagnosis and 103 Treatment Planning References 105 About the Author 107 Author Index 109 Subject Index 110
LOURIE W. REICHENBERG is in private practice in FallsChurch, Virginia. Her practice includes people with a broad rangeof concerns and mental disorders, notably adjustment, mood, andanxiety disorders. She has a particular interest in working withpeople who have lost family members to suicide, people in crisis,and as part of the treatment team for people with bipolar disorder.In addition to individual and couples counseling, she also providesworkshops and educational programs to community, governmental, andmental health agencies and also offers training and supervision topeople seeking licensure as counselors, as well as to practicingclinicians. She has provided DSM-5 training to counselors and othermental health professionals.
"This book is a succinct guide through the complexities of DSM-5. The busy clinician will find it to be an invaluable diagnostic resource that not only demystifies the manual but also enhances its clinical application." ?Gary G. Gintner, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Program Leader, Counselor Education, Louisiana State University