Producer: Lisa Denenmark
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) has long been a Bible for mental health treatment.
Some clinicians say call the latest edition of the DSM a deeply flawed manual, but with a necessary common language for researchers and mental health professionals.
Some are outright rejecting it, saying that the new edition -- the DSM V -- is just a tool for the psychiatric drug industry to create more patients and prescribe more drugs.
Is it time for the DSM to go?