Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (“OCD”) is on the rise in our youth due, in part, to anxiety, isolation and concerns from the Covid-19 pandemic. This environment has triggered increased symptoms in adolescents with existing OCD symptoms and has brought on compulsive behaviors in new groups of youth. OCD is now one of the more common psychiatric disorders.
- Attendees will be able to identify the common mistakes that therapists make when implementing ERP and how to correct them
- Attendees will learn how to improve and “supercharge” treatment for clients who are treatment resistant or slow to respond to ERP
Stacey Dobrinsky, Ph.D.
Director of Training
B.A., Rutgers University // M.A. Montclair State University // M.Ed. University of Florida // Ph.D. University of Florida
Dr. Stacey Dobrinsky has over ten years of experience treating children and adolescents with OCD and anxiety disorders. She was a founding faculty member of the McLean OCD Institute for Children and Adolescent program (OCD Jr.) and ultimately served as the Clinical Director. Stacey specializes in severe, treatment refractory anxiety and OCD while utilizing a combination of Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) and Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT) in her treatment.
She has been trained through the International OCD Foundation’s Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI) and has completed the Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions (SPACE) training. She is also certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD. Stacey has given multiple presentations on OCD, Anxiety and ACT, both locally and nationally.
Questions regarding this course?
Phone: (203) 570-9623