DSM-IV-TRHey, check it out. DSM help in a book. Exam-prep-o-riffic. Happy browsing...

UPDATE: Here's DSM-5 help via the same source.

The ASWB exam assesses social workers' knowledge and understanding of the DSM. You do not need to memorize every page of the DSM. Just get a working familiarity with the disorders social workers regularly encounter--anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, personality disorders, trauma- and stressor-related disorders...and on from there. It's not a small list. (Here's the DSM-5 table of contents, if you don't have one handy.) 

Clinical exam-takers will encounter more DSM-based questions than Master's exam-takers who will see more DSM questions than Bachelor's exam takers. But it's good material to know. Dig in! Or just jump straight into SWTP practice tests!

August 5, 2009
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