OCD or Something Else? Navigating Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Assessments Part Two
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About The Event
Course Title: OCD or Something Else? Navigating Differential Diagnosis and Clinical Assessments Part Two
Presented by Nicole Gibson, LPC, MS.Ed, NCC
Date: November 12th 2021
Time: 11.00 AM EST - 1.00 PM EST
Credit Hours: 2 Clinical CEs
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Description: As clinicians, one of the most important roles we have is appropriate assessment and diagnosis to guide treatment. This can be a challenging task for even the most seasoned clinician. Inaccurate diagnoses can have major implications on the success of treatment (Foa, 2012). Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be one of the more difficult diagnoses to conceptualize as clinicians. This is the second part of our two-part training around appropriate assessment of OCD. In this training, we will examine self-administered and clinician-administered assessments that aid in this clinical determination. The presenter will emphasize the importance of gathering specific, detailed information about the client’s obsessive content and compulsive behaviors to ensure that exposure and response prevention is tailored to their specific fear. Recent literature and best practices in the field of OCD will be integrated throughout. Participants are not required to have attended the first part of the training to participate.
11a-11:15a - Introduction & Course Overview (Conflicts of interest, learning objectives, limitations)
11:15a-11:25a - Self-report measures for OCD
11:25a-11:35a - Clinician Administered Comprehensive Assessments
11:35A-12:00p - Diagnostic Specific Clinician Administered Assessments
12:00p-12:20p - Additional Assessments to monitor impairment, insight, and family accommodation
12:20p-12:45p - Clinical Interview for OCD/Case Study
12:45p-1:00p - Question and Answer
- Participants will be able to explain the assessment process for OCD
- Participants will be able to identify self-report and clinician administered assessments for OCD
- Participants will be able to describe the components of a clicnical interview in OCD treatment
Part 1 also available for registration at www.cbicenterforeducation.com
Participants are able to attend each part individually or all parts. Participation in all parts is not required.
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