Select a disorder from the DSM-5 that you have explored in this course but have not written about extensively.
Search the Walden Library and/or the internet for at least 8 peer-reviewed articles related to the disorder that you have selected.
Note: You are required to include 8–10 citations in your presentation based on your research.
Review this week’s Learning Resources addressing how to use PowerPoint and how to create narrated PowerPoint presentations.
Use the PowerPoint presentation template found in this week’s Learning Resources to create your presentation.
Even though you are providing narration for your PowerPoint presentation, please also write detailed speaker notes for each slide to complement the slide content. Speaker notes should be clear, in-depth, and function as augmentation to the slide material.
Note: Your speaker notes should be written with sufficient depth to allow someone else to deliver the presentation. Make sure the PowerPoint presentation reflects graduate-level writing and presentation standards, with professional looking graphics and appropriate fonts, formatting, and spacing.
The Assignment (13–15 slides, not including title and reference slides, plus speaker notes and 4–5 minutes of corresponding narration)
Your narrated presentation should include:
Title (1 slide)
Content (13–15 slides)
A description of the disorder that you selected and its DSM-5 criteria.
A description of the commonly occurring conditions of the disorder.
An analysis of the similarities and differences between the DSM-5 and ICD-11 criteria for the disorder.
A description of the causes of the disorder.
A description of the possible interventions to address the disorder.
A description of the potential consequences of the disorder.
An explanation of the forensic psychology implications of the disorder.
An explanation of the possible legal and ethical implications for the disorder.
An explanation of the possible implications of the disorder on the entire family system as well as community system.
An explanation of the multicultural considerations for trauma informed care for the disorder (e.g., refugee trauma, gender, LGBTQ+, autism spectrum disorders, etc.)
A description of how you might use the information you presented and its potential applications to your future professional practice.
References (1–2 slides)