An interdisciplinary approach to caring for people living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Join our interdisciplinary panel of experts as they provide practical tips and strategies to support practitioners in support, care, and therapies for people who are living with OCD.
Watch this facilitated panel
discussion to be better equipped to:
- Outline biological and environmental factors that increase the risk of developing OCD along with comorbidities.
- Discuss the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of OCD.
- Outline therapies that are successful when treating OCD.
- Elaborate on the importance of collaboration and appropriate referrals when providing care to people living with OCD.
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