DNA-V for Anxiety II - Winter 2023
W/ Evelyn Gould, PhD, BCBA-D, 9-10AM PST/12-1 PM EST, 4 CEs for Psychologists & BCBAs
- Starts Mar 8Starts Mar 8
- 200 US dollars$200
- Online Course
DNA-V for Anxiety II is a 4-session consultation series for clinicians who see young people with OCD and anxiety and/or who have completed the DNA-V Foundations I course. The focus is on developing case conceptualization and application with varied presentations of OCD. Participants may sign up for either course individually or both. *SEE BELOW FOR PACKAGE AND STUDENT DISCOUNTS* Presenter: Dr. Evelyn Gould, PhD, BCBA-D, LABA, is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Behavior Analyst who has worked extensively with OCD and ASD in outpatient and residential settings. She is the Director of the New England Center for OCD and Anxiety, Los Angeles. There is an extra $15 fee for CEs. Scholarships or reduced fees are available for practitioners who belong to or serve marginalized communities. Course Overview: • Session 1: Conceptualizing OCD and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents • Session 2: OCD and Anxiety in the Family: Addressing Accommodation • Session 3: DNA-V, Depression, and Interpersonal Issues • Session 4: Addressing Worry, Rumination, & Cognitive Rituals Educational Objectives: After DNA-V II, participants will be able to: 1. Conceptualize OCD and anxiety cases using a developmental perspective in children, adolescents 2. Describe and address family accommodation in a treatment 3. Describe how to address depression and interpersonal issues using the DNA-V model 4. Describe how to address worry, rumination, and cognitive rituals using the DNA-V model Intended Audience: Beginning and Intermediate-level clinicians interested in expanding their CBT repertoire for avoidance to include the DNA-V or who completed DNA-V I.