Recorded Mini Workshop #1- Ninety (90) Minutes of Stuff to Steal and Use to Introduce ERP Therapy to Your Patients: A Guide for Graduates and New Therapists (2023 CONVENTION RECORDING)

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Patrick B. MCGrath, Ph.D.

Chief Clinical Officer
NOCD
CHICAGO, Illinois


Recorded on Sunday, November 19, 2023 at the 57th Annual ABCT Convention in Seattle, WA

1.5 CE Credits Awarded

$15 Student ABCT Members / $25 ABCT Members / $35 Non-Members

All prices listed in US currency


Abstract:

So, you are new to therapy, or you are just getting out of graduate school, or you want a refresh. This talk is designed for you to: 1. Steal all sorts of examples and diagrams and drawings that you can use to explain treatment to your patients, 2. Recognize and challenge safety seeking behaviors, and 3. Explain CBT and ERP to anyone in a way that will excite them to do treatment.
Only an Irishperson can tell you to go to Hell and make you look forward to the journey, and only a great therapist can motivate you to do the things that you ultimately fear with a smile on your face. Have trouble motivating people to face their fears? Attend this talk. Subtle Safety Seeking Behaviors playing a role in your patients not getting better? Attend this talk. Want to learn how to apply some fun and humor into therapy in a way that motivates your patients? Then do not attend this talk...just kidding, totally attend this talk. Last year, the room filled up early and people were sitting on the floor, so if you like chairs, arrive early for this talk. But in all seriousness, if you want to work on your skills at presenting CBT and ERP to your patients, and do it in a way that is motivating, learn from my triumphs and mistakes, and join me for 90 minutes of fun learning.

Outline:
• Overview of why we use evidence-based treatments.
• Descriptions of CBT and ERP models that are easily explained to your anxious patients.
• An introductory speech that you can use to introduce CBT and ERP to anxious patients.
• A review of Safety Seeking Behaviors and Treatment Interfering Behaviors.
• A guide to trouble shooting when CBT and ERP do not seem to be working as well as expected

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this workshop, the learner will be able to:

1. Apply basic theory behind ERP to actual, real world cases.

2. Discuss how ERP works and why it may not so that they will not make the same mistakes that seasoned professionals made when they were first starting out using ERP.

3. Introduce ERP to their patients so that their patients will actually look forward to doing ERP.

4. Long Term Goal: Interns, new graduates, and newly licensed therapists will take away information that will better prepare them to introduce CBT and ERP to their new patients and students. Instead of textbook models and examples, real life examples will be provided to show how this can actually work.

5. Long Term Goal: The diagrams and themes of this talk will become a part of your everyday didactic training when introducing CBT and ERP to your patients and in your introductory therapy classes and practicum experiences. 

Recommended Readings:

1. McGrath, P.B. (2007). The OCD answer book : Professional answers to more than 250 top questions about obsessive-compulsive disorder. Naperville, IL.: Sourcebooks.

2. Burns, D. D. (1999). The feeling good handbook (Rev. ed.). New York, N.Y.: Plume.   

3. Abramowitz, J, Deacon, B. J., & Whiteside, S. P. H., (2012) Exposure Therapy for Anxiety: Principles and Practice. New York, NY.: Guilford.


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