recorded webinar

How to Free Yourself from the Fear of Vomit and Reclaim Your Life

Fear of Vomiting Emetophobia Ken Goodman
Tuesday, March 05, 2024 1:00 pm
- 2:00 pm ET

The fear of vomit can be all-consuming and take over one’s entire life. As worries and symptoms spin out of control, the world of an emetophobe shrinks. With limited resources, emetophobia sufferers have few places to turn for help. 

Until now. Join Ken Goodman, LCSW, author of The Emetophobia Manual, for a Q&A. 

Ken was joined by an emetophobia sufferer who participated in Ken’s ten-week emetophobia workshop. She will share her emetophobia story including how she’s doing currently on her healing journey. This Q&A was a unique opportunity to hear from the therapist and the client as you learn what it takes to conquer emetophobia.

The webinar was hosted by ADAA member Dr. Ashley Smith.

Read Ken Goodman's book The Emetophobia Manual: Free Yourself from the Fear of Vomit and Reclaim Your Life.

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Ken Goodman, LCSW

Ken Goodman, LCSW

Ken Goodman, LCSW, specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders and OCD.  He authored and produced The Anxiety Solution Series, a 12 hour  audio program, Break Free from Anxiety, a coloring self-help book, and The Emetophobia Manual, a self-help book for those who suffer from the fear of vomit. He conducts workshops at universities and organizations including USC, UCLA, the Anxiety and Depression Association of America's annual conference and the International OCD Foundation.  Ken earned his Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from UCLA and treats children, teens, and adults in his practice in Los Angeles. Ken serves on the ADAA Board of Directors and is the board liaison to ADAA’s Public Education committee Ken has written several articles and has been featured in webinars and videos on the ADAA website. Ken has been an ADAA member since 2009. 

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