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“You Want Me to do What?” Ethical Considerations in the Treatment of OCD

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Jennifer Gola, PsyD
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 Ethical Considerations in the Treatment of OCD - Professional Mental Health Webinar
Wednesday, January 18, 2023 12:00 pm
- 1:00 pm ET
Level
Intermediate
CE/CME Credit
1.00
Ethics Credit Eligibile
Yes

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Exposure-based cognitive behavioral therapy has been well established as the evidenced-based psychological treatment of choice for anxiety disorders and OCD, but this treatment is underutilized by clinicians. In addition, many clinicians hold negative or false beliefs about this treatment. This presentation addresses myths associated with exposure therapy, outlines ethical considerations therapists and patients should be aware of when conducting or engaging in this treatment and offers suggestions for the ethical use of this treatment.

Learning Objectives

  1. List common myths associated with ERP and associated truths
  2. Describe at least one ethical consideration of ERP in five areas of ethics
  3. Describe strategies to conduct ethical exposures in five areas of ethics
Presenter(s) Biography

Jennifer Gola, PsyD

Jennifer Gola, PsyD

Dr. Jennifer Gola is a licensed psychologist at The Center for Emotional Health of Greater Philadelphia. She specializes in the treatment of OCD, anxiety disorders, and OC-spectrum disorders in children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Gola earned her Psy.D in clinical psychology at LaSalle University. She received specialized training in the treatment of OCD at the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety (CTSA) and the COTTAGe group at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gola joined CEH in 2014, where she provides individual therapy, supervises postdoctoral fellows, runs an adolescent OCD treatment group, and co-facilitates OCD and BFRB support groups.

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