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This paper presents the history of efforts to have standardized definitions of relationship problems, the improved definitions of Relational Processes that were accepted into the DSM-5, and the proposed state-of-the-art definitions of Relational Processes that are being field tested for ICD-11. While diagnosis of relational processes is a controversial topic, this paper argues for the need to advance our field by providing standardized descriptions.
Dr. Marianne Wamboldt is the Vollbracht Family Chair of Stress and Anxiety Disorders, and a Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. She also serves as the President of Family Process Institute.
Read Description of Relational Processes: Recent Changes in DSM-5 and Proposals for ICD-11 and watch the video abstract below.
Family Process Video Abstracts
Parent (Caregiver) Child Relationship Problem—Changes in DSM-5 and Field Trial Results.
Description of Relational Processes: Recent Changes in DSM-5 and Proposals for ICD-11.
Feedback Informed Treatment: Evidence-Based Practice Meets Social Construction.
The Uses of Emotion Maps in Research and Clinical Practice with Families and Couples: Methodological Innovation and Critical Inquiry.
The Effect of Communication Change on Long-Term Reductions in Child Exposure to Conflict: Impact of the Promoting Strong African American Families (ProSAAF) Program.
Location, Location, Location: Applying Spatial Statistics to the Relationship Landscape.
Thinking and Working Relationally: Interviewing and Constructing Hypotheses to Create Compassionate Understanding.
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