Getting Better Faster A Clinician's Guide to Intensive Treatment for Youth with OCD

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Pub. Date: 2022-12-30
Publisher(s): Oxford University Press
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Author Biography

Avital Falk, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry, and the Director of the Pediatric OCD, Anxiety, and Tic disorders (POCAT) Program at Weill Cornell Medicine. She specializes in the evidence-based treatment for children, adolescents, and young adults with OCD and
anxiety disorders. Both her clinical work and research focus on novel delivery pathways for evidence based treatments, including intensive treatments for OCD, and app-based interventions for anxiety.

Shannon Bennett, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology in Clinical Psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medicine where she is the Clinical Director of the New York Presbyterian Hospital Youth Anxiety Center and the Director of the Tourette Syndrome Center of Excellence. Dr. Bennett's clinical and
research work focuses on optimizing and disseminating evidence-based treatments for children, adolescents, young adults, and their families, suffering from anxiety disorders, OCD, Tourette's Syndrome, and related disorders. Before joining the faculty at Weill Cornell Medicine, Dr. Bennett was a
Co-Founder and Associate Director of the Pediatric OCD Intensive Treatment Program at UCLA.

Michelle Rozenman, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Psychology and Director of the Behavioral Research for Anxiety interVention Efficiency (BRAVE) Lab at the University of Denver. Dr. Rozenman is an expert in evidence-based assessment and treatment of youth internalizing and obsessive compulsive
and related disorders. Her research focuses on identifying and directly targeting mechanisms underlying anxiety-related problems in youth using experimental therapeutic and behavioral approaches. Her work has been funded by the National Institute of Mental Health and the International OCD

Justin Mohatt, MD currently serves as the Medical Director for Innovation at Ohana, Montage Health in Monterey, CA and as the Chair of the Division of Child, Adolescent and Family Psychiatry at the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula. Previously he was on faculty at Weill Cornell Medical
College for 11 years, where he most recently served as the Vice Chair and Division Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. Dr. Mohatt's clinical and research focus is OCD and related disorders, including Tourette's Disorder. He previously served as Co-Director of the New York-Presbyterian
Hospital Tourette's Center of Excellence

R. Lindsey Bergman, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist and recognized leader in assessment and treatment of pediatric OCD and anxiety disorders. She has received several research grants and been co-Investigator on many seminal research studies. Dr. Bergman authored or co-authored over 100
works related to OCD and anxiety and presented at numerous national conferences. Dr. Bergman co-developed and directed the UCLA Pediatric OCD IOP; one of the first and most successful Child IOPs in the country. Dr. Bergman received her BS from Cornell University and her doctorate from UCLA. Dr.
Bergman was on the faculty of UCLA's department of psychiatry for over 25 years.

Table of Contents

Introduction & Acknowledgments

Chapter 1: Why Do We Need Intensive Treatment for OCD?

Chapter 2: Evidence for Intensive Treatment Programs

Chapter 3: Clinical Benefits of Intensive Pediatric OCD Treatment Models

Chapter 4: Program Format: Balancing Structure and Flexibility

Chapter 5: Barriers, Challenges, and Solutions: Planning for Successful Program Implementation

Chapter 6: Staffing Models and Training Opportunities

Chapter 7: Treatment Pathway: From Referral to After-Care

Chapter 8: Medication in the Context of an Intensive Treatment Program

Chapter 9: Treating a Child Requires Treating the Family and Community

Chapter 10: Psychoeducation

Chapter 11: The Backbone of Treatment: Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

Chapter 12: Cognitive Skills

Chapter 13 Other Skills: Relaxation/Mindfulness

Chapter 14 Other Skills: Problem Solving and Relapse Prevention

Treatment Worksheets
Home Based Symptom Assessment

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