PsyTE Online: Psychological Training and Education with Rachel Michaelsen LCSW

What’s New

 
 

Learning -- through live social work CE classes in the East Bay. Photo copyright 2016 Steve Freedkin, Your Attention, Please! communications, http://your-attention-please.com


Upcoming in-person classes and Webinars:

Webinar Available now:
Tips on Energy Tapping, with Mar. 24, 2016 Q&A session

Sep. 23, 2016, Berkeley, CA:
Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Supervision: A Deeper Look

Sep. 30, 2016, Fairfield, CA:
Holistic Approaches for Transforming Vicarious Trauma Related to Exposure to Client Traumas and Acts of Terror: For Social Work and Mental Health Practitioners

Oct. 6, 2016, Fairfield, CA:
Safety at Work, On Home Visits, and In the Community

 
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Resources

 

Buy the DSM-5 online from an independent bookstore — with free shipping!
 
DSM-5 (Paperback)

DSM-5 Desk Reference

Pocket Guide to DSM-5 Diagnostic Exam

 

Read articles about the DSM-5 controversy.

Sign up for our
online and in-person
DSM-5 training courses.


Faculty

 

Rachel Michaelsen, LCSW -- PsyTE -- Psychological Training and Education

Rachel Michaelsen, LCSW, was a Collaborating Investigator on the field trials for the new DSM-5…
 
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DSM-5 Transition Online Course:

Medicare, Medicaid, and other government programs require diagnoses to follow ICD-10 (International Classification of Diseases) as of October 1, 2015. DSM-5 diagnoses comport with ICD-10; DSM-IV diagnoses do not.
 

DSM-5 Under Microscope

Be prepared with our course — now with nationwide CE credits!

Our expanded three-hour course covering the DSM-5 in depth is available online now!

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