Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety & OCD
IABH & the Missouri Coalition are hosting a day-long seminar on treating Obsessive-Compulsive and Anxiety Disorders in Lisle, IL and St. Louis, MO.
March 7, 2018
3003 Corporate West Dr, Lisle, IL 60532
8:30am - 4:30pm
March 9, 2018
Hilton at the Ballpark, St. Louis
1 S Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102
8:30am - 4:30pm
Estimated 6.5 CEU's will be available
Bio's for the presenters are available:
Elizabeth DuPont Spencer
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• Make checks and money orders payable to IABH
• Mail to IABH, 937 S. Second St., Springfield, IL 62704
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All cancellations and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing to IABH. Cancellations received before February 19, 2018 will result in IABH retaining 25 percent of the registration fee. No requests for refunds will be granted after February 19, 2018.
Do you see clients with anxiety and OCD? Would you like to know more about using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy including Exposure and Response Prevention in your sessions?
Because of the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy, it is the treatment of choice for anxiety disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder, not only because it reduces people's suffering but also because it teaches clients skills that will help them stay well. Therapists often feel challenged, stressed and sometimes anxious when working with clients who have severe anxiety. This interactive training offers a safe setting to ask your questions, learn and practice evidenced based treatments, and acquire knowledge and skills to gain confidence in working with clients who have anxiety and OCD.
• Create a session structure conducive to working with clients who have anxiety disorders.
• Understand how to assess and diagnosis each anxiety disorder and OCD.
• Develop and implement exposure and response prevention with clients.
• Teach family members how to become anxiety coaches.
• Develop alternative ways to think about fear and anxiety.
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