The OCD and Related Disorders SIG promotes collaboration, education/mentoring, research, and networking among ADAA members who have a specific interest in OCD and related conditions.
- OCD and Related Disorders SIG February 2020 Blog Post: Maintaining Gains in OCD Treatment: Teachable Applications and an Introduction to Advocacy as the Final Step in Recovery by Elizabeth McIngvale, PhD.
- Rachel Goldman, PhD - Weill Cornell Medicine
SIG Vice Chair:
- Stephanie Woodrow, LPC, NCC - Private Practice
Sheila Rauch, PhD, ABPP, Emory University School of Medicine
2020-2021 Annual Report
Our SIG continues to host monthly peer consultation calls that bring members together, with a focus on clinical consultation and connecting members to resources and referrals. Our consultation calls provide clinicians with a supportive space to discuss case conceptualizations and problem solve treatment barriers. We have also collaborated with the Social Anxiety and Child and Adolescent SIGs to invite host cross-SIG consultation calls.
This past year our SIG has expanded our referral directory to aid in referrals for OCD treatment with hopes of addressing difficulty accessing evidence-based care and to build our awareness of other providers and service programs in our areas. Our SIG has also worked to adapt to telehealth services and to identify resources to better understand telehealth laws, practices and implementation of evidence-based practices virtually. We are continuing to connect people to community resources, and we are currently planning webinars and blog posts.
At the 2021 conference, we will discuss goals for the coming year, further develop our network and connect like-minded clinicians.
If you’re interested in joining this SIG, please login to your member account and choose Groups from the green menu bar at the top of your screen. Have a question about the member platform? Please contact ADAA.
Please view the ADAA SIG Guidelines for responsibilities and expectations.