The Process and Implications of Diagnosing Oppositional Defiant Disorder in African American Males

Marc A. Grimmett, Adria S. Dunbar, Teshanee Williams, Cory Clark, Brittany Prioleau, Jen S. Miller

Volume 6, Issue 2, Pages 147–160
doi:10.15241/mg.6.2.147
Article published online: July 2016


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Excoriation Disorder: Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment

Nicole A. Stargell, Victoria E. Kress, Matthew J. Paylo, Alison Zins

Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 50–60
doi:10.15241/nas.6.1.50
Article published online: March 2016


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Back to Basics: Using the DSM-5 to Benefit Clients

Matthew R. Buckley
Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 159–165
doi:10.15241/mrb.4.3.159
Article published online: July 2014

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DSM-5 Conceptual Changes: Innovations, Limitations and Clinical Implications

Gary G. Gintner
Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 179–190
doi:10.15241/ggg.4.3.179
Article published online: July 2014

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Evaluating Emerging Measures in the DSM-5 for Counseling Practice

Erika L. Schmit, Richard S. Balkin
Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 216–231
doi:10.15241/els.4.3.216
Article published online: July 2014

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DSM-5: A Commentary on Integrating Multicultural and Strength-Based Considerations into Counseling Training and Practice

Saundra M. Tomlinson-Clarke, Colleen M. Georges
Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 272–281
doi:10.15241/stc.4.3.272
Article published online: July 2014

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