Treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in the Modern Day; Effective Neuroscience-informed Somatic and Cognitive Strategies

Hannah Smith LMHC, CGP  February 4 or May 13  Zoom.  

Many who seek treatment for OCD may, in fact, not actually have the disorder and those who do may go undetected and untreated. OCD is the result of structural damage in specific areas of the brain – it is not a character flaw or lack of willpower. Contrary to popular belief, it generally does not respond favorably to traditional cognitive treatments. In this session, you will learn the differential diagnosis to tease out OCD from other anxiety disorders.

CE: 6 CEs  Cascadia Training  $165  Brian Andersen  (206) 441-6892  Web:  Email:  

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