I’ve finally started to read DSM-5, the most recent iteration of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders. I intend to summarize germane information for co-workers, though I also said:
I am also starting an e-mail list to share commentary and my opinions about DSM-5 that may not be entirely relevant to day-to-day work.
This accountability will help me get through the 900+ pages of the text.
I don’t know how much of my DSM-5 commentary will make it onto this blog, primarily because I worry that readers might find it boring and overly technical. (Perhaps I should let readers form their own opinions about that.) I hope to send out something about once a week.
If you’d like to join my DSM-5 e-mail list, you can do it one of four ways:
- Sign up here.
- Send me an e-mail and let me know.
- Send me a note and your e-mail address through Facebook.
- Send me a note and your e-mail through Twitter.
I’ll send you an invitation once I have your e-mail address.