Free presentation will start immediately and include dinner
2 CEU Credit Hours for New and Intermediate Level Social Workers
Assessment skills, which include understanding the patient’s symptoms and life changes, are highly relevant to social work practice. Clinicians will learn how to make an accurate diagnosis based on the patient’s symptoms and observations. This seminar will focus on the DSM-IV, diagnostic categories, and patients’ understanding of their own diagnosis. DVD material will be presented on depressive disorders and anxiety disorders to highlight identifiable symptoms and interviewing skills.
Speaker: Phil Feldman, PhD, LCSW
Dr. Phil Feldman is the Program Coordinator at the Acute Partial Hospital, Bergen Regional Medical Center. Dr. Feldman is also an Adjunct Prof. at Rutgers Univ., Graduate School of Social Work.
Attendants must attend the entire seminar and complete the evaluation form to receive Certificate of Attendance. The Certificate will be given at the end of the seminar. This seminar is for 2 Clinical CEU hours for Social Workers.
Sponsored by the Foundation at Bergen Regional Medical Center