met Christine Purdon
full professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Waterloo in Canada

Vrijdag 25 mei 2018

Exposure with response prevention remains the most effective treatment for Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), but treatment engagement can be challenging. The traditional cognitive-behavioural model for OCD tends to underemphasize factors such as core beliefs, learning/developmental history, and self-perpetuating mechanisms in compulsions. The CBT model also tends to underspecify the proximal and distal goals of compulsions and the implications for their persistence. The goal of this workshop is to apply a richer understanding of these factors to enrichment of the case formulation, greater treatment engagement, and execution of exposure with response prevention.



Startdatum 25-05-2018
Einddatum 25-05-2018
Max. deelnemers 30
Ingeschreven 28
Aantal plaatsen 2
Sluitingsdatum 11-05-2018
Prijs per persoon €150.00
€150.00 2