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Zero to Three DC: 0-5 Webinar Series
This offering combines a series of four 90 minute webinars for a single cohort of mental health clinicians aimed at introducing the key content and approach of the DC:0-5 with an emphasis on how to best apply this approach in practice. The following is an outline of the topics for this webinar series:
- DC:0-5 Overview -January 19, 2018 – This initial webinar will serve as an overview of DC:0-5 Diagnosis and classification of mental health and developmental disorders of infancy and early childhood (DC:0-5) providing a foundation of this revised nosology for professionals who will be using DC:0-5 in their clinical work. This will promote familiarity with the background, approach and general format of the new DC:0-5.
- Axis I – Key Elements -February 2, 2018 – This webinar will focus on key changes in Axis I Clinical Disorders and highlight examples of new disorders from several of the diagnostic categories in Axis I.
- Axis II -February 16, 2018 – An Expanded Approach to Understand Relational Context – This webinar will focus on changes on Axis II Relational Context and will illustrate how to rate the adaptation of the key dyadic relationships of the infant/young child and how to rate the adaptation of the young child in relation to the caregiving (family) environment.
- Axis V and Implications for Best Practice -March 2, 2018 – The final webinar in the series will provide an overview of the new conceptualization of Axis V Developmental Competence and the use of the Developmental Milestones Table in Appendix A in the DC:0-5 Manual. The webinar will also include a brief overview of the relationship between DC;0-5, DSM-5 and ICD-10 and explore the advantages and disadvantages to using a crosswalk across these systems and ways to consider applying approaches and key content of DC:0-5 in clinical practice such as intake interviewing, assessments and treatment planning.
Presenter: Kathleen Mulrooney, MA, LPC, ACS, IMH-E® (IV)
Kathy Mulrooney serves as Content Director, Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health for Professional Development at ZERO TO THREE. In this role she is responsible for content, curriculum development and delivery of training focusing primarily on Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health. She served on the Diagnostic Classification Revision Task force with ZERO TO THREE responsible for developing DC:0-5™ Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood. Ms. Mulrooney led the efforts to design the curricula around DC:0-5 training offerings through ZERO TO THREE and to recruit a roster of DC:0-5 Expert Faculty throughout the US and internationally. Ms. Mulrooney holds a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology and is a Licensed Professional Counselor in New Jersey. She is an Accredited Clinical Supervisor and has achieved Infant Mental Health Endorsement at Level IV (Clinical /Mentor). Ms. Mulrooney has an extensive history of clinical practice specializing in infant and early childhood mental health and mental health consultation in a variety of settings and systems such as early care and education, early intervention, child welfare. Likewise she is an experienced trainer, keynote speaker and consultant.
– Friday, January 19, 2018
– Friday, February 2, 2018
– Friday, February 16, 2018
– Friday, March 2, 2018
*this is a training series and it is expected that attendees will participate in all four webinars.
Time: 9:00 AM – 10:30 AM EST
Who Should Attend: This webinar series is available for mental health clinicians in Michigan who are familiar with the DC:0-3R, or mental health clinicians who are new to diagnostic formulation in infancy and early childhood, providing them with some foundational understanding of DC:0-5.
Training Hours: Webinars will count toward the requirements for the MI-AIMH Endorsement®. Only those individuals that complete the entire registration process AND log-in to view the webinar will receive certificates for training and endorsement hours.
Continuing education credits are being pursued. Details are being finalized.
Key MI-AIMH Competencies:
-Screening and Assessment
-Observation & listening
-Disorders of Infancy & Early Childhood
Registration is expected to be available in November 2017
Registration Fees: $30.00 for MI-AIMH Members/$45 for Non-Members to participate in all four webinar sessions, $10 for Social Work/ Professional Counselor clock hours.
Sponsored by Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health in partnership with Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.