Treating OCD during COVID-19: Unique challenges and opportunities

Presented by Rogers’ Martin Franklin, PhD

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Explore the challenges COVID-19 is presenting for clinicians treating patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as well as the unique opportunities that, when understood, may prove to be beneficial for patient care. You will:

  • Review cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) theory
  • Explore the implementation of standard exposure plus exposure and response prevention (ERP)
  • Learn how treatment should be adapted to the societal and personal challenges posed by COVID-19

 

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