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November 16, 2018 @ 1:00 pm - 4:15 pm
The Dayton Area Psychological Association (DAPA) brings you:
Treating OCD: An overview of Exposure and Response Prevention with Case Examples
A 3-hour MCE workshop presented by
Nicole Bosse, PsyD
School of Professional Psychology (SOPP), Ellis Institute
West Third St. and Edwin C. Moses Blvd, Dayton, Ohio
Description of the Workshop
The objective of this presentation is to provide attendees with a general understanding of the treatment of clients struggling with OCD. A thorough understanding of a client’s specific obsessions, compulsions and core fear is useful for clinicians in conceptualizing and formulating a treatment plan. Case examples will be used to help illustrate the various presentations and various forms of OCD will be described (e.g., morbid OCD, contamination OCD, scrupulosity, hyper-responsibility). This presentation will also provide an overview of various cognitive-behavioral and acceptance and commitment strategies to assist the clinician in treating OCD. Lastly, this presentation will review exposure and response prevention in depth and illustrate how to implement this type of therapy with clients.
About the Presenter
Dr. Nicole Bosse is a staff psychologist and a member of the OCD and Anxiety team at the Lindner Center of HOPE. Dr. Bosse provides psychological services for outpatients and individuals staying on the two residential units, Sibcy House and William’s House. Her area of expertise consists primarily of Exposure and Response Prevention, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Dr. Bosse also implements 8-9 months of training for interested unit staff on engaging patients in their exposure homework.
Dr. Bosse completed her postdoctoral fellowship in clinical psychology at the Lindner Center of HOPE. At the Lindner Center of HOPE, she provided individual therapy on the adult and adolescent residential unit, specifically focusing on OCD, social phobia, and other anxiety disorders. She served as a consultant regarding the treatment of OCD and educated the staff on how to implement ERP on the units.
Dr. Bosse obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Xavier University in 2014. Her dissertation focused on detecting over and under reporting of symptoms on a mental health screener used in juvenile detention facilities. Dr. Bosse obtained her Master’s in Clinical Psychology at the University of Dayton in 2009. Her Master’s Thesis focused on family and personality factors that moderate the effects of thin-ideal media on body image in college students.
Prior to joining the Lindner Center of HOPE, she completed her APA accredited internship at the Wright State School of Professional Psychology where she worked with the severely mentally ill in a local state hospital. Her clinical experiences during doctoral training have included implementing Dialectical Behavior Therapy, conducting structured clinical interviews, performing neuropsychological evaluations, and performing individual and group therapy from a cognitive behavioral perspective. She has also served as adjunct faculty at Xavier University for several Introduction to Psychology courses.
- Identify and describe various presenting symptoms of OCD.
- Become familiar with CBT and ACT strategies as they relate to OCD.
- Become familiar with exposure and response prevention and how to implement it in sessions