In the first quarter of our training we focus on the diagnostic and assessment issues in Bipolar Disorders.
1. To learn the basic issues of Bipolar Diagnosis and Measurement.
2. To understand how our knowledge about the DSM-V diagnostic classification system helps to understand the patient’s needs, to set our treatment goals, and to begin our case conceptualisation for CBT treatments.
3. To learn how to use gold-standard semi-structured interviews and self-report assessments to diagnose, measure, and monitor the clinical state of Bipolar patients.
The training for the first quarter is provided through one-to-one supervision meetings, coursework assignments, and supervised practice sessions.
Prior to each supervision meeting the suggested chapters and/or articles must have been studied. The coursework should be completed following the supervised practice sessions by the suggested deadlines.
Week 1: Introduction to the training and supervision process.
Week 2: Introduction to the DSM-V diagnostic criteria of Bipolar Disorders.
Week 3: Introduction to semi-structured assessments & Self-reports measures used in Bipolar Disorders (HAMD, YMRS, (IDS, ALTMAN, SAS, GAD-7, ISS).
Week 4: Introduction to the SCID-I: Mood Disorders Module & NIMH-Life-Chart.
Week 5: Practice Session I: Using the SCID-I: Mood Disorders Module &-Life-Chart.
Week 6: Clinical Report Writing and Documentation
Week 7: Practice Session II: Using the Self-Report Assessments.
Week 8: Practice Session III: Using the Semi-structured Assessments.
Week 9: Monitoring the course of Bipolar Disorders Using the NIMH Life-Chart.
Week 10: Practice Session IV: Using the NIMH-Life-Chart (all versions).
Week 11: Brief Clinical Assessments in Daily Bipolar Evidence-Based Practice (CGI, LIFE-II, GAF).
Week 12: Practice Session V: Using the Brief Clinical Assessments.
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