May 7, 2012
DSM and the issue of co-morbidity in childhood mental disorders - a functional perspective and proposed solution This episode is primarily relevant to professionals and students.
In this episode, R. Trent Codd, III, Ed.S. interviews Ennio Cipani, PhD about the DSM system and it’s problem with co-morbidity. They discuss a number of things including:
References related to this podcast:
Functional Behavioral Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment (2nd Edition, 2011). Cipani and Schock.
The issue of co-morbidity in DSM-V Childhood Mental Disorders: A functional perspective and proposed alternative diagnostic system. (2012, May 7). CBT Radio Podcast.
ENNIO CIPANI, PhD. BIOGRAPHY
Ennio Cipani, Ph.D., a graduate of Florida State University, is a licensed psychologist
and a full professor at National University- Fresno. He has published numerous articles,
chapters, instructional materials and books (available from amazon.com, search Cipani)
including Classroom management for all teachers: Evidence-based practice (3rd edition, 2008) and Punishment on
Trial (2004). He has given many workshops and continuing education courses focusing on the effective
management of problem child behavior. Dr. Cipani has been doing in-home and
school based behavioral consultations for families and school personnel since 1982.
He has dealt with many families and a variety of behavior problems, conducting assessment
and intervention activities in homes and classrooms.