Who Should I Treat? Specialization vs. Generalization in Clinical Practice

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Featuring:

Andrea G. Batton, LCPC
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Denise Egan Stack, LMHC
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Jon Hershfield, MFT
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Thursday, April 26, 2018 12:00 pm
- 1:00 pm ET
Level
Introductory

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Professional Webinar Panel Discussion
Finishing graduate school and gaining licensure as a new therapist can be an exciting yet scary and overwhelming experience. New clinicians are often flooded with questions about the next step in their careers. In this webinar, three expert clinicians will provide professional guidance by discussing the importance of specializing as a therapist and what steps to take in order to achieve competence to best help their clients.

Learning Objectives 

1. Be able to differentiate between a generalist who treats anxiety and depression and a clinician who specializes in treating anxiety, depression and related disorders 

2. Be able to identify the benefits to clients when therapists specialize in the treatment of specific disorders and patient populations 

3. Be able to describe potential steps to take in order to gain expertise, and name several training opportunities available to graduate students and new clinicians looking to specialize in treating anxiety, depression and related disorders 

Learning Level

Introductory 

Presenter(s) Biography

Andrea G. Batton, LCPC

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Andrea G. Batton, LCPC is a licensed therapist and supervisor in Maryland and director of The Maryland Anxiety Center. She is active on the board of Mid Atlantic OCD, the regional affiliate of the International OCD Foundation.

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Denise Egan Stack, LMHC

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Denise Egan Stack, LMHC is a home-based behavioral therapist in Massachusetts. She was involved with the development and launch of the OCD Institute at McLean and served as president of the International OCD Foundation for more than a decade.

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Jon Hershfield, MFT

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Jon Hershfield, MFT is a psychotherapist in private practice licensed in Maryland, Virginia, and California, and director of The OCD and Anxiety Center of Greater Baltimore.

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