Clinical Diagnosis and the DSM-5


Produced by Northwestern University School of Medicine and Academy Award® winner (“Best Boy”), Ira Wohl, “Clinical Diagnosis and the DSM-5”offers viewers a unique opportunity to enter the minds of real patients who live with genuine psychiatric disorders found within DSM-5 criteria. These volunteer patients speak freely and honestly about their experiences and emotions, lending a human face to psychiatric diagnosis.

*Complete with two bonus diagnoses: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

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“Clinical Diagnosis and the DSM-5”

This video set examines DSM-5 criteria through clinical interviews of volunteer patients with varying psychiatric disorders. The video series is comprised of four main disorder groups, including those associated with anxiety, mood disturbance, psychosis, and medical illness, and feature a total of 12 diagnoses.

This video series allows medical professionals, educators, as well as current and continuing students to observe mental health professionals using DSM-5 criteria in the diagnosing of their patients.

With the purchase of this complete set comes a bonus group of disorders featuring two disorders associated with behavior.

Bonus Group: Disorders Associated with Behavior

*Bonus: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
This interview illustrates an unusual case of obsessive-compulsive disorder where a pattern of obsessive worry about the health of loved ones triggers a variety of compulsive behaviors. The interviewer explores how the pattern of worry may have its roots in early life experiences.
*Bonus:  Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
Behaviors that suggest deficits in attention may be most prominent in specific contexts. The group explores how attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder can impact a person’s life and how treatment can restore function and self-esteem.

Run Time: 7 Hours and 45 Minutes
Segments: 12 + Bonus 2
Year of Production: 2016-2019

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