Managing Barriers to Reduce Family Accommodation in Pediatric OCD

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Featuring:

Jennifer Park, PhD
Robert Selles, PhD
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February 4, 2021
- 1:00 pm
Level
Intermediate
Category
OCD
CE/CME Credit
1.00

This CE/CME eligible webinar focuses on how clinicians can provide empirically based interventions to manage barriers to reducing family accommodation for families with OCD. Designed for the intermediate practitioner, the presenters review the negative impact of family accommodation on OCD treatment and familial relationships as well as describe the common challenges that can occur when clinicians attempt to reduce family accommodation in the home. Several of these challenges will be discussed in further detail and ways to manage these challenges via empirically based interventions will be discussed. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Define and describe family accommodation and how it affects familial relationships and treatment outcomes

  2. Identify key differences between children and adults in regard to family accommodation and common barriers to reducing family accommodation

  3. Describe interventions to effectively target barriers to family accommodation reduction

This webinar was recorded on February 4, 2021. If you registered and missed the live webinar, please contact [email protected].

Presenter(s) Biography

Jennifer Park, PhD

Jennifer Park, PhD

Jennifer Park, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist and serves as the clinical director of Rogers Behavioral Health's San Francisco East Bay location and is an adjunct faculty member at Stanford University School of Medicine. Dr. Park is an expert in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and the treatment of children and adults with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), OC-spectrum disorder, and anxiety disorders.

Robert Selles, PhD

Robert Selles, PhD

Robert Selles, PhD, is a registered psychologist working in private practice and a post-doctoral fellow with the Provincial OCD Program at BC Children’s Hospital/University of British Columbia. Dr. Selles’ work focuses on enhancing treatment of OCD through increased understanding of individual/family needs and tailored approaches to care.

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