NON EMDR TRAINING

OCD Treatment and Interventions

Live: Sept 20th, 2024 from 9am-4:30pm MTN  | On-demand after

Are you a trauma therapist finding it challenging to navigate the complexities of OCD in your clients?

Many therapists encounter OCD but feel uncertain about diagnosing it correctly or choosing the most effective treatment options. Our advanced training course on OCD treatment and interventions is designed to bridge this gap and equip you with the necessary skills to confidently address OCD, even when it co-occurs with PTSD.

In this course, you will delve deep into understanding OCD, exploring its symptoms, and differentiating it from other conditions like PTSD. You will learn about various evidence-based treatment modalities such as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Inference-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (I-CBT). Additionally, we will examine the integration of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in treating OCD, especially when combined with PTSD.

This course also covers the impact of OCD on family dynamics, providing insights into how OCD can affect those who live with or care for individuals with OCD. By understanding these dynamics, you can offer more comprehensive and effective treatment plans.

Our training environment is designed to be supportive and inclusive, fostering a shame-free space for learning. You will have the opportunity to engage with a community of like-minded professionals, share experiences, and gain insights from seasoned trainers who bring real-world expertise to the table.

By the end of this course, you will be well-equipped to identify OCD in your clients, understand the best treatment options available, and feel confident in making informed referrals or enhancing your therapeutic practice with new skills and knowledge. Join us and take the next step in your professional development, improving client outcomes and transforming lives.

This course will be recorded on Sept 20th, 2024.

Available for synchronous-online or asynchronous-on demand learning.

Brief overview of the training:

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ocd and parts work

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Designed to help you integrate parts work into OCD treatment while focusing on the experience, not a part of self.

Course Details

OCD treatment can often seem overwhelming for both clinicians and those with lived experience. It can also be complicated by co-occurring conditions such as PTSD. Trauma therapists often note that OCD can also negatively affect trauma treatment. 

 

This advanced training will take an in-depth look at what OCD is, how to diagnose it, what clinical presentations look like in session, and what the research says about treatment options. Key terms and concepts related to OCD will reviewed and defined. 

 

We will review co-occurring conditions with a special emphasis on the overlap in symptom presentations between PTSD and OCD. We will also explore Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Inference-based CBT (I-CBT) as treatment options. You will learn what the research currently states about EMDR and OCD, and how it might fit into the treatment of co-occurring OCD+PTSD. Participants will also learn how parts work and other emerging treatments could be beneficial adjuncts to first line treatments. We will identify how family accommodations affect OCD treatment and how OCD can shape family dynamics as well as the health of those who love someone with OCD. 

 

Since OCD is a common co-occurring condition with PTSD and can interfere with trauma treatment itself, having a background knowledge about OCD is imperative for any trauma therapist . Whether trauma clinicians plan to treat OCD or not, it is important to know how to diagnose it and be familiar with evidence-based treatment options so that you can make an informed referral if needed. 

SCHEDULE

  • 9:00-9:05 – Introductions and Orientation

    9:05-10:05 – Overview of OCD: diagnostic criteria, sub-types, assessment tools, differential

    diagnosis.

    10:05-10:30 – OCD+PTSD: Differential Diagnosis

    10:30-10:45 – Break

    10:45-11:15 – OCD+PTSD continued: static vs. dynamic presentations, onset, dissociative

    features, treatment impact

    11:15-12:00 – ERP Treatment Overview/ACT Treatment Overview

    12-1 – LUNCH

    1:00-2:15 – I-CBT Treatment Overview

    2:15-2:30 – Break

    2:30-3:15 – EMDR Treatment Overview

    3:15-4:15 – Parts Work, Emerging Treatments, Effects on Family, and other considerations

    4:15-4:30 – Q&A

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Format

This course is available for viewing through the Kase & CO learning platform.

If you register before the live recording date, you may attend the live, interactive webinar. Instructions for attending the live, interactive webinar are found in your learner account. You will have access to the on-demand, asynchronous course for 1 year from the live date.

Registrations after the live date, may view this course on-demand, asynchronously for 1 year from your registration date.

Learning Objectives

  • Distinguish between PTSD and OCD symptoms.

  • Apply an understanding of the ego-dystonic nature of OCD to case examples.

  • Differentiate between ERP, ACT, and I-CBT as treatment options for OCD.

  • Assess if OCD symptoms are occurring during and interfering with PTSD treatment.

  • Demonstrate an example of how OCD affects family dynamics.

  • Distinguish when EMDR may be an appropriate treatment option for OCD.

Pricing

Fee: $210

Payment is accepted via credit or debit card.

About Your Trainer, Bronwyn Shroyer

Bronwyn Shroyer is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Kase & CO Faculty, and Co-Founder of OCD Training School. Her clinical practice focuses on treating those with OCD, OCD+PTSD, and/or infidelity trauma.

Bronwyn is one of the first Inference-based CBT trainers in the world and is trained by I-CBT Co-founder, Dr. Frederick Aardema. In her work with OCD Training School, Bronwyn provides training on OCD and PTSD, in addition to cultivating a training library for OCD and related disorders with both live and on demand courses for clinicians from specialists in the field. In partnership with Dr. Frederick Aardema, she and her OCD Training School co-founders created the world’s first Self Help Course for using I-CBT with OCD.

Bronwyn uses evidence-based treatments such as Inference-Based CBT (I-CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Written Exposure Therapy (WET), and ego-states work in her practice. Bronwyn is an EMDR Approved Consultant and EMDR Certified Therapist. She also provides I-CBT consultation as well as consultation specific to working with comorbid OCD+PTSD symptom presentations.

Bronwyn believes that clients should be seen as more than the acronym their diagnosis tags them with and that therapists deserve to have more than one evidence-based tool in their toolbox.

Additional Information

Prerequisites

This course is available for mental health professionals credentialed to practice psychotherapy.

This is not an EMDR training.

No specific prerequisites are required for this course.

Continuing Education

6 CEs are available upon completion of all course material.

Kase & CO is an approved continuing education provider. ACE and NBCC CEs are available for this course. This course is not approved for APA or EMDRIA CEs.

Participants must complete the full training to receive credit.

Course Completion

To receive a CE certificate, participants must complete the entire course, complete the post-test with a score of 80% or above, and complete the course evaluation. You may retake the post-test as needed. Once completed, a CE certificate will auto-populate to your online account.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations requested more than 48 hours prior to the live training are eligible for a refund, minus a $20 administrative fee. Cancellation requests can be submitted via email to admin@kaseandco.com. Refunds are not available for cancellations requested after the recorded video is available on-demand.

CONTINUING EDUCATION

ACE Approved Provider

Kase & CO, #1869, is approved as an ACE provider to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Regulatory boards are the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. ACE provider approval period: 1/16/2024 – 1/16/2025. Social workers completing this course receive 8 total credits clinical continuing education credits.

NBCC Approved Provider

Kase & CO has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 7033. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. Kase & CO is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.

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