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Event Name

Evidence-Based Interventions for Hoarding Disorder Workshop
For: Professionals
Provided by: AnxietyBC

Date and Time

Mon Jun 5, 2017 (This event is over)
9:00 - 4:00pm


350 W. Georgia, Vancouver, BC

Event Description

AnxietyBC Presents - Evidence-Based Interventions for Hoarding Disorder Workshop

Presenters: Dr. Sheila Woody & Dr. Christiana Bratiotis

Workshop Details
- CE credits are 6 for the day (CPA)
- The seating is limited to 60 seats – Ticket deadline is Thursday, June 1
- Workshop Price: $225
- AnxietyBC Ambassador or Member Price: $180 (20% discount)
- Coffee break refreshments provided
- 1 hour lunch break – lunch not provided
- Paid parking available

Recommended Attendees
Evidence-Based Interventions for Hoarding Disorder Workshop introduces participants to foundational knowledge of anxiety-based disorders and general experience with cognitive-behavioural interventions. The workshop is targeted toward mental health professionals who are dealing with clients who struggle with hoarding disorder.

Workshop Overview
- Provide an overview of hoarding disorder (DSM-5 criteria), prevalence and demographics, and associated features
- Cover the complicating factors associated with a hoarding disorder
- Learn the assessment tools that can be applied
- Discuss treatment outcome research (Roots in ERP for OCD, specialized CBT for hoarding (individual), group-based CBT, and outcome of medication trials)
- Learn the elements of treatment using the cognitive-behavioural model

Learning objectives
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

- Differentiate hoarding disorder from collecting behaviour and from squalor
- Conduct a thorough assessment of the major features of hoarding disorder
- Collaboratively develop a treatment plan
- Evaluate progress toward treatment goals
- Describe specialized cognitive-behavioural strategies for addressing problems related to hoarding, and
- Generate ideas for addressing challenges that commonly arise during treatment for hoarding

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This event is listed under these topics

Parents, Families & Caregivers
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Primary Care (e.g. Family physicians, paediatricians, nurse practitioners)
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