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Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Hoarding Disorder and OCD - Loveland
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When: Friday, October 13, 2017
8:30 AM
Where: United States

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Hoarding is a multifaceted condition that is both fascinating and often challenging to treat. This presentation will cover the definition of hoarding disorder, the characteristics often found in this condition, and problems that often result from these behaviors. Information processing deficits and co-morbid conditions will be reviewed. An overview of assessment and cognitive behavioral interventions will be discussed. Goals and treatment tips will be included. Hoarding Disorder Learning Objectives: 1. Gain knowledge on the characteristics often found in hoarding. 2. Develop an appreciation for the importance of considering co-morbid conditions when developing a treatment plan. 3. Identify cognitive behavioral strategies helpful in working with hoarding clients. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a common, but often misunderstood and misdiagnosed condition. Prevalence rates and misinformation will be discussed. Participants will also be provided with several examples of themes found in OCD. The course of illness and information on assessment measures will be reviewed. The empirically validated treatments for OCD will be covered in detail and participants will be given examples on how to develop a behavioral plan. Finally, OC Spectrum conditions will be briefly discussed and resources for gaining further information and training will be provided. OCD Learning Objectives: 1. Be able to understand the nature of obsessions and compulsions and be better able to establish a differential diagnosis from other conditions. 2. Develop a deeper understanding of the different OCD subtypes. 3. Improve their assessment and treatment skills in treating this condition. 4. Gain additional information on OC Spectrum disorders and resources available to aid in treating these conditions. Renae M. Reinardy, PsyD. is a Licensed Psychologist, Lakeside Center for Behavioral Change. Dr. Reinardy received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology at North Dakota State University, Master’s degree at the American School of Professional Psychology, Washington DC and Doctorate at Argosy University, Washington, D.C. campus. She completed her doctoral internship at Springfield Hospital Center and Chase Brexton Health Clinic. Prior to founding the Lakeside Center for Behavioral Change near Lake Minnetonka, Dr. Reinardy worked as a psychologist at the Behavior Therapy Center of Greater Washington in Silver Spring, Maryland. Dr. Reinardy specializes in the treatment of obsessive compulsive disorder, compulsive hoarding, trichotillomania, and related conditions. She has been an adjunct professor at the doctoral level and has presented numerous times at national conferences and at local meetings and trainings. Dr. Reinardy has been interviewed on Good Morning America, the Joy Behar Show, Dateline NBC, and A&E’s Hoarders. We are pleased to be able to bring her expertise to this region - she's back with us by request! Her dinner meeting last year was so well attended, attendees requested a more indepth look at this interesting topic.

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$125 - $155

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Cincinnati Academy of Professional Psychology

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(513) 779-2181

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Receptions - Loveland

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10681 Loveland-Madeira Road

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