Effective Use of Cognitive Strategies to Enhance Effects of EXRP for OCD
Lata McGinn, PhD
Recorded on February 1, 2016
*Available for APA Continuing Education Credit
This webinar will discuss cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) with a particular focus on how cognitive strategies can be used to maximize gains for complex patients, increase client motivation and willingness to engage in exposure and response prevention, and modify multiple emotions beyond anxiety such as guilt, shame, anger, and sadness.
At the end of this session, participants will be able to,
- Develop personalized, functional CB case conceptualizations
- Target the myriad emotions experienced by OCD patients
- Apply cognitive strategies to enhance gains when treating patients with OCD
- Address complications that may arise in using cognitive strategies
Presentation level: Introductory
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