Online Consultation Groups (301)

This new interactive, web-based training opportunity enables clinicians to further their training through a series of four 90-minute small group sessions aimed at improving their skill in treating OCD and related disorders.  Each small group will consist of 3 clinicians, and will be led by a renowned clinical expert who has previously served as faculty for our Behavior Therapy Training Institutes (BTTIs).  Online Consultation Groups are considered to be part of the 300-level offerings as part of the overall Training Institute curriculum, and are specifically targeted towards those clinicians who have completed a BTTI.

Course Information

Online Consultation Group attendees will receive a mix of one-on-one attention from the expert consultant and interactive consultation with the other attendees in the session. The cost is $500 for six 90-minute small group sessions, or $600 for eight 90-minute small group sessions. Session times are pre-arranged and will be made available to clinicians prior to registration. It is expected that attendees will be able to make all of the group sessions, and remain in each session for its entire duration.

There is no predetermined curriculum to be covered in the group sessions.  Instead, clinicians will come prepared with cases to present for troubleshooting and feedback, or directed clinical questions to pose to the expert.  Each expert will provide a few topic areas of interest/special expertise prior to registration, but these will not necessarily be the focus of the group sessions.

All consultation sessions will take place via Google Meet.  For more information and to make sure you have the correct technology, please click here.

Faculty Information and Dates

Faculty for February 2018 Groups:
 
Jonathan Grayson, PhD
Director of the Grayson LA Treatment Center for Anxiety & OCD
Pasadena, CA
Areas of Expertise: Comorbidity, Primary mental obsessions (violence, pedophilia, H-OCD), Scrupulosity, Hypochondria/health anxiety
 
Co-Director, Trichotillomania Clinic and Research Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital
Chief Psychologist, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Clinic and Research Unit, Massachusetts General Hospital 
Boston, MA
Areas of Expertise: Trichotillomania, Skin Picking, Emetophobia
 
Associate Professor, Psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania
Clinical Director, Rogers Behavioral Health – Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA
Areas of Expertise:  Child and adolescent OCD and related disorders, Body-focused repetitive behaviors (BFRBs) in youth, Tics/Tourette’s
 
Jonathan Grayson, PhD Nancy Keuthen, PhD Martin Franklin, PhD
February 8th 11:30 AM EST February 5th 2:00 PM EST February 5th 11:00 AM EST
February 22nd 11:30 AM EST February 19th 2:00 PM EST February 19th 11:00 AM EST
March 8th 11:30 AM EST March 5th 2:00 PM EST March 5th 11:00 AM EST
March 22nd 11:30 AM EST March 19th 2:00 PM EST March 19th 11:00 AM EST
April 5th 11:30 AM EST April 2nd 2:00 PM EST April 2nd 11:00 AM EST
April 19th 11:30 AM EST April 16th 2:00 PM EST April 16th 11:00 AM EST
May 3rd 11:30 AM EST
May 17th 11:30 AM EST

*** PLEASE NOTE: CE/CME credits are not available for this training opportunity. **