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Quarterly Podcasts

A new podcast every quarter for your listening pleasure!

NACSW records and makes available to its members and friends a wide variety of presentations and discussions on topics focused on the ethical integration of Christian faith and professional social work practice. Our “Quarterly Podcast” program features a new podcast at least every quarter for your listening pleasure! Below you will find a link to this quarter’s featured podcast.


The DSM 5: Beyond Skepticism and into Practicality

David Cecil, PhD, LCSW  

The DSM 5 (American Psychiatric Association [APA], 2013) represents dramatic shifts in how we categorize mental disorders. There are numerous considerations including international compatibility, practical implications, and controversies. In order to continue to competently and ethically integrate faith and social work, Christians in social work must stay current on these revisions. This podcast provides a brief overview of the history and focus of the DSM, as well as provide a summary of the most important changes in the DSM5.

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Please note

The views expressed in its podcasts do not necessarily reflect those of NACSW. As such, inclusion of any particular podcast speaker in these archives should not be understood to necessarily imply endorsement or certification of the speaker’s qualifications, ability, or proficiency to integrate faith and practice or practice social work. NACSW does not assume responsibility for listener’s efforts to apply or utilize information contained in its podcasts.

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