Rogers Behavioral Health

Intensive CBT telehealth for pediatric OCD during COVID-19: Comparison with a matched sample treated in person

Presented by Martin Franklin, PhD

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When the COVID-19 pandemic caused shutdowns, many individuals with OCD found that the wider availability of telehealth treatment provided a greater opportunity to receive care. In this webinar, intermediate level practitioners will learn about the evidence base, findings, and clinical implications of a current study conducted at Rogers Behavioral Health on the effectiveness of telehealth treatment for children and adolescents with OCD during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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