OCD and Related Disorders Professional Conference

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Hope and Healing Center & Institute

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Houston, TX 77056

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Peace of Mind Foundation is hosting a professional conference focused on OCD and Related Disorder that offers continuing education credit.

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Schedule:

8:30am-9:00am -- Registration

9:00am-10:00am -- "Hair Pulling and Skin Picking: Obsessive, Compulsive, or Impulsive?" by Suzanne Mouton-Odum, Ph.D

10:00am-11:00am -- "Medical Options for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder" by Joyce Davidson, M.D.

11:00am-12:00pm -- "Treatment for Co-Morbid OCD and Autism" by Melissa Fasteau, Psy.D.

12:00pm-1:00pm -- "Table Topic: Ethical Peer Discussion" moderated by Elizabeth McIngvale, Ph.D. (Lunch will be provided)

Lunch:

Lunch will be provided.

CEUs:

$25 for CEUs. You will receive 4.0 Texas Psychological Association (TPA) Professional Development (PD) credit. The Board of Licensed Professional Counselors and the Texas State Board of Examiners of Social Workers Examiners also recognize TPA Professional Development Credit.

About Program:

"Hair Pulling and Skin Picking: Obsessive, Compulsive, or Impulsive?" by Suzanne Mouton-Odum, Ph.D

This talk will provide an overview of BFRBs (hair pulling and skin picking), how we conceptualize these behaviors, as well as how to treat them with state-of-the-art CBT interventions. A special emphasis will be placed on how to think about these complex disorders as understanding them guides effective treatment.

"Medical Options for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder" by Joyce Davidson, M.D.

This talk will provide information about medication and other medical options used for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. There will be discussion of the common medications that have been shown to be effective for OCD along with brain-stimulation procedures.

"Treatment for Co-Morbid OCD and Autism" by Melissa Fasteau, Psy.D.

This presentation will focus on the diagnosis and treatment of OCD with co-morbid Autism Spectrum Disorder. Special attention will focus on similar symptoms and how to effectively do ERP treatment for adolescents and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. A case example will be discussed to provide examples of treatment approaches, and highlighting strengths and barriers for treatment.

"Table Topic: Ethical Peer Discussion" moderated by Elizabeth McIngvale, Ph.D. Dr. McIngvale will lead the discussion by addressing the audience with instructions and emphasizing the importance of ethics. A preassigned professional will lead their table in an ethical discussion using prepared ethical questions. The questions will cover a wide variety of ethical considerations such as use of technology, boundaries, and client confidentiality.

About the Speakers:

Suzanne Mouton-Odum, Ph.D.

Dr. Mouton-Odum is the Director of Psychology Houston, PC, The Center for Cognitive Behavioral Treatment. Dr. Mouton-Odum is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine and President of PsycTech, Ltd., Technology for Psychology. Dr. Mouton-Odum has practiced psychology for over 20 years in the Houston area and has extensive experience conducting cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT) for children, adolescents, and adults, psychological assessment, and evidence-based psychological treatments. Dr. Mouton-Odum is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the TLC Foundation for Body Focused Repetitive Behaviorsmand past president of both the Texas Psychological Foundation and the Houston Psychological Association. She has published numerous scientific journal articles, presents both internationally and at national conferences, and is coauthor of three books for the general public: A Parent Guide to Hair Pulling Disorder, Out of the Rabbit Hole: A Road Map to Freedom from OCD, and Psychological Interventions for Children with Sensory Dysregulation.

Joyce Davidson, M.D.

Dr. Davidson is an assistant professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Baylor College of Medicine. Her clinical specialties include cognitive therapy and psychopharmacological treatments. Dr. Davidson has been involved in research on schizophrenia and antipsychotic medications. She earned a combined bachelor’s and medical degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and completed her residencies in general and child psychiatry at the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry & Mental Health Sciences. In addition, Dr. Davidson has completed cognitive therapy training through the Kansas City Center for Cognitive Therapy.

Melissa Fasteau, Psy.D

Melissa Fasteau, PsyD is a clinical psychologist at the Houston OCD Program. She is specialized in treating OCD and anxiety disorders at the residential, intensive outpatient, and outpatient levels of care. Dr. Fasteau is a certified B4DT therapist, while it is being studied in the USA for the first time. She earned certification for a specialization in treating OCD through the Behavioral Therapy Training Institute. Dr. Fasteau is the secretary of OCD Texas and is passionate about making evidence-based treatment and education available for all.

Elizabeth McIngvale, Ph.D.

Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale’s clinical interest focus on OCD, anxiety disorders, mental health stigma and access to mental health care. Dr. McIngvale maintains an active clinical, research and leadership role as the co-director of the McLean Houston OCD program. She is the founder of the Peace of Mind Foundation, a non-profit foundation dedicated to OCD. Dr. McIngvale operates ocdchallenge.org, a free self-help website for OCD which is live in 6 languages and serves nearly 4,000 individuals. She was the first ever national spokesperson for the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation where she now serves on their board of directors. She received her bachelors and master’s degrees in social work from Loyola University Chicago, her Ph.D. in social work at the University of Houston and is currently pursuing her MBA from Kellogg’s School of Business Management at Northwestern University. Dr. McIngvale engages in advocacy, clinical work, research and teaching related to OCD and anxiety disorders. She is a renowned speaker on both the local and national level speaking on behalf of OCD, mental illness and mental health stigma. Dr. McIngvale has received numerous awards for her advocacy and impact on the mental health field and currently serves as a director on 5 boards. She is internationally known and recognized for her clinical work and advancements in the OCD field. Dr. McIngvale is dedicated to giving a voice to the voiceless and is grateful for a career which allows her to improve the lives of those living with a mental illness everyday.

Questions:

Please contact Chelsea at 832-474-1327 or at chelsea@peaceofmind.com

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Hope and Healing Center & Institute

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