This training will help you understand how OCD is presenting for persons during a pandemic. Often, because OCD can be completely mental rituals, it may look like anxiety. Asking deeper questions can help your client get the help they need. Leave this training with tools to assess. After the training, if you are looking for more, please move along to our next training Exposure and Response Prevention 101.
- Receive detailed information for assessment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
- Learn the difference between obsessive intrusive thoughts versus thought rumination.
- Leave with the two major assessment tools needed to diagnose OCD.
- Be familiarized with local and national resources and referrals to Exposure and Response Prevention Therapists.