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ERP Foundations I Winter 2022

NEW-ERP Foundations I Winter 2022

  • Started Jan 31
  • 300 US dollars
  • Online

Service Description

Start Date/Time: January 31, 6:30-7:30EST Taught by Dr. Lisa Coyne, ERP Foundations I (6 sessions) is a live, online didactic workshop series that will teach beginning and intermediate-level clinicians how to provide exposure and response prevention for OCD and related disorders effectively with children, adolescents, and/or adults with OCD. Practitioners completing this course will be able to begin using ERP and are encouraged to enroll in ERP II, a 4-session consultation group to support application of principles learned. Participants may sign up for either course individually, or both. Presenter: Presenter: Dr. Coyne is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Senior Clinical Consultant at McLean/Harvard Medical School, is a faculty member of the IOCDF Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI), and is a Licensed Psychologist. CEs: 6 CEs available for BCBAs and Psychologists. Attendees must complete the course in full, attend all sessions and complete the course evaluation in order to receive ANY CE credit. No partial credit will be given. Course Dates: 1/31, 2/7, 2/21, 3/7, 3/21, 4/4 Overview: • Session 1. Overview of OCD and ERP • Session 2. Assessment and Functional Analysis • Session 3. Therapeutic Alliance: Building a Safe Harbor • Session 4: Creating an Exposure Hierarchy & Shaping Choice • Session 5: Supporting Inhibitory Learning • Session 6: Troubleshooting, Generalization & Maintenance Educational Objectives: 1. Describe OCD, its prevalence, age of onset, course, patterns of comorbidity, and varying presentations 2. Describe exposure and response prevention (ERP), its efficacy, and barriers to its use 3. Describe evidence-based assessment, including functional assessment for OCD and related conditions in children and adults 4. Give a functional description of therapeutic alliance and build a strong therapeutic alliance using an ACT perspective 5. Construct an exposure hierarchy or menu, and describe how to make decisions about when to move up the ERP hierarchy 6. Facilitate client willingness and choice 7. Describe inhibitory learning principles in exposure and design and conduct exposure exercises that support inhibitory learning Intended Audience: Beginning and Intermediate-level clinicians interested in expanding their practice to treat individuals with OCD and/or who are interested in establishing, refreshing or refining their skills in providing Exposure and Response Prevention. Cost: $300

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