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Diagnostic Manual – DM-ID-2 Workbook


By Rozemarijn Staal, Psy.D.


Robert J. Fletcher, DSW, ACSW, NADD-CC, Chief Editor
Jarrett Barnhill, MD, DLFAPA, FAACAP
Sally-Ann Cooper, MD, FRCPscyh

The DM-ID 2 Workbook was developed as an accompaniment to the second edition of the Diagnostic Manual-Intellectual Disability (DM-ID 2) in order to provide clinicians such as physicians, psychologists, social workers, counselors, and therapists with a comprehensive method to make an accurate diagnosis of mental health in individuals who have an intellectual disability (ID).

The DM-ID 2 Workbook provides a structured interview format that focuses on identifying observable signs of mental illness, particularly where symptom presentation and diagnostic criteria differ in individuals with ID. In doing so, this ensures that all symptoms of mental illness that may otherwise be misdiagnosed or overlooked are incorporated into the diagnostic decision and that all relevant diagnostic options are considered prior to making a diagnosis.

In summary, following the structured diagnostic method outlined in the DM-ID 2 Workbook will assist clinicians to make the most accurate diagnosis of mental illness in cases where individuals have an intellectual disability.

7″ x 10″ – 40 Pages – ISBN 1-57256-132-8
Catalog Number: DA 18-64B

Member Price: $34.95 ● Non-member Price: $44.95

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and the Criminal Justice System


Voula Marinos, Samantha Stromski, Lisa Whittingham & Dorothy Griffiths

Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and the Criminal Justice System offers a multidimensional perspective for understanding the issues, dilemmas, and gaps that justice-involved persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their caregivers face in both the criminal justice system and community-based services in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K. Initial chapters in this book review issues such as identification, risk assessments, court supports, and accommodations as they relate to persons with intellectual and developmental disabilities; whereas, later chapters in the book are more focused on recognizing the unique issues and dilemmas that persons with ASD, FASD, and those labeled as a sex offender face in the criminal justice system and during intervention. Collectively, these chapters suggest that we need to adopt a framework that is flexible, person-centered, rights-oriented, and interdisciplinary for understanding the behaviors that bring people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to the attention of the criminal justice system and to be effective in the interventions that reduce the risk of recidivism.

7″ x 10″ 
Catalog Number: OF20-68B

Member Price: $54.95 ● Non-member Price: $74.95

Sex Offending Behavior of Persons with an Intellectual Disability: A Multi-Component Applied Behavior Analytic Approach


Dorothy M. Griffiths, Kendra Thomson, Stephanie Ioannou, Jordan Hoath and Robin J. Wilson

The treatment of sexual offending behavior in persons with an intellectual disability is fraught with challenges.  Behavior analysts are typically the first professionals called on to consult to these cases. However, effective and ethical treatment is an intersection of three divergent fields – all of which are necessary in order to support successful intervention: the field of intellectual disability, the field of forensics and treatment of persons who have sexually offended, and the field of applied behavioral analysis.

In this book, the authors have developed an integrated functional approach in which these components coalesce to form a dynamic model for assessment and treatment.

7″ x 10″ – 296 Pages – ISBN 978-1-57256-123-6
Catalog Number: SI 18-67B

 Member Price: $59.95 ● Non-member Price: $74.95

The Identification and Treatment of Trauma in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities




Sharon McGilvery, Ph.D.

This book serves as a resource for both practitioners and families on the impact that trauma can have in the treatment of challenging behaviors among individuals with developmental disabilities. It outlines the principles of trauma informed care and provides practical solutions to promote healing and foster resiliency. Appreciating trauma’s impact is essential in providing a whole person approach to recovery. It provides invaluable guidance and hope for those who support individuals coping with the tragedies of trauma.

7″ x 10″ – 174 Pages – ISBN 978-1-57256-124-3
Catalog Number: DA 18-66B

 Member Price: $49.95 ● Non-member Price: $59.95