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Working with Clients with OCD
Wed 15 November 2017, 19:00 – 21:00 GMT
This workshop will look at working with clients with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in general as well as how it is often comorbid with eating disorders.
The presentation will delve into the historical perspective of OCD, what it’s like to have it, the epidemiology of OCD as well as the genetic, neurobiological and psychological causes of the disorder. The course will also look at the five criteria of DSM, Salkovskis’ Cognitive Model for treating OCD, a brief overview of ACT and include four short videos on the subject.
About Our Speaker:
Ros Rheinberg is one of Oakwood’s Senior Psychological Therapists and an accredited counsellor with experience of working with different ages, from children to older people. She works with individuals and groups, including both face-to-face and online therapy and is an accredited cognitive behavioural therapist.
Ros joined Oakwood in 2009, and places her clients at the heart of her work. She utilises a pluralistic model of therapy that is chosen with the client, to help them achieve their goals. Ros uses a talking therapy approach as well as creative and play therapies. Her specialisms are anxiety, work stress, depression, OCD, panic disorder, trauma, post-traumatic stress and phobias. She also works with relationship problems and depression, and she also works with children from a child-centred approach through play therapy.