The Simplified NCMHCE Study Guide: A summarized format to understanding DSM-5 Disorders, Theoretical Orientations and Assessments (Paperback)
The Simplified Study Guide is an easy-to-follow guide that compares the differences and similarities between various DSM-5 disorders, assessments, and theoretical orientations. The guide can help increase your knowledge and understanding of the material needed to pass the NCMHCE and NCE tests. The information found in the guide is important material you will need in order to do well on the exam. Knowing this information and the exam set up will help you get the passing results needed.It is also a useful reference for psychology majors, school counselors, social workers, and mental health counselors looking to strengthen their knowledge and improve their knowledge of counseling.The Simplified NCMHCE Study Guide includes: Test-taking tips and recommended resourcesSummarized explanation of the examSummarized description of specific DSM-5 disordersSummarized description of theoretical orientation used in therapySummarized description of assessment tools used in therapyShort case studiesPractice exam.
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