Mental health disorders abound, and for clinicians who do not see all types of disorders with regularity in their rooms, it can be confusing to reach a diagnosis based solely on the presenting set of symptoms. This collection, focusing one type of disorder at a time, clarifies the symptoms that are required for diagnosis of the main groups of DSM-5 mental and personality disorders. The highly concise presentation makes it easy for the viewer to go back to a given disorder and re-view it if necessary in order to be certain that a given diagnosis is correct. Even for counsellors who do not often see diagnosable disorders, the collection is useful as a tool for continuing extension of the knowledge base.
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