The Children's and Adult Center for OCD and Anxiety is pleased to announce ongoing professional training workshop
psychologists, educators and social workers
For all workshops contact Lynne Siqueland at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info or to be added to our mailing list. Our staff do on site trainings for professionals and schools at local and national institutions by request in addition to our offerings in the Philadelphia area
No workshops currently scheduled but plan to offer a spring workshop in March or April 2020
Fall training workshop:
Complex cases in child/adolescent anxiety and OCD:
Addressing family factors that facilitate or inhibit treatment outcome
Lynne Siqueland, PhD
Friday November 8th 2019
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
Evans Hall 327A/B
930am to 430pm
This workshop will focus on examples of complex case presentations in child and adolescent anxiety and OCD. Complexity will be addressed both in clinical presentation (comorbid diagnoses, behavioral issues and parental anxiety or OCD) but also in the importance of incorporating work on parent coaching and family dynamics. The research on family interactional patterns that improve or maintain anxiety will be briefly reviewed. Descriptions of some of the targets of parent only treatments will be provided. Finally, a number of detailed case examples of situations involving both clinical and family complexity will be provided to illustrate problem solving and decision making regarding timing and targets of intervention to improve clinical outcome.
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