Registration is currently CLOSED for this Webinar.
Zero to Three DC: 0-5 Webinar
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.
Description: This 90-minute webinar will serve as an overview of DC:0-5™ Diagnosis and classification of mental and developmental disorders of infancy and early childhood (DC:0-5™) for the purpose of 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 content areas of the new DC:0-5 but is not as in-depth as the official, two day DC 0-5™ Training which is recommended for clinicians.
- Historical background of development of a diagnostic classification system for infants and young children (DC:0-3, DC:0-3R and the revision approach for DC:0-5)
- DC:0-5 approach to diagnostic formulation
- Brief overview of Axes III (Physical Conditions and Considerations), IV (Psychosocial Stressors), V (Developmental Competency)
- Brief Overview of Axis II – Relational Context
- Brief Overview of Axis I – Clinical Disorders
- Relationship of DC:0-5 with DSM 5 and ICD-10 (including crosswalk)
Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Time: 9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Who Should Attend: This webinar is recommended for clinicians who are familiar with the DC:0-3R. Additionally, clinicians who are new to diagnostic formulation in infancy and early childhood, providing them with some foundational understanding of DC:0-5.
Training Hours: Webinar 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.
Key MI-AIMH Competencies:
-Screening and Assessment
Registration: There will be a two-step process for registration.
First – participants will register on the MI-AIMH website below
Second – registered participants will receive an email from MI-AIMH (this will be sent out closer to the webinar) with a link to a short registration process in order to receive the link to access the webinar on the training.
Registration deadlines: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
For registration questions, contact Tiffanie Martinez at: email@example.com or 734-785-7705, Ext. 7617
Additional Information & Resources:
Link to the crosswalk from DC:0-5 to DSMV and ICD10. It is recommended that you download and have this information available during the webinar. https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/1540-crosswalk-from-dc-0-5-to-dsm-5-and-icd-10
DC:0–5™ Diagnostic Classification of Mental Health and Developmental Disorders of Infancy and Early Childhood Manual. This manual is not required for participating in the webinar but could be a helpful resource: https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/1194-dc-0-5-now-available
Sponsored by Michigan Association for Infant Mental Health in partnership with Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.