Saturday, July 8 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
How DBT Skills Enhanced My OCD Treatment

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Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) involves using coping skills to find a balance between acceptance and change. This talk will highlight the experience of two individuals using DBT skills in the context of their OCD treatment, along with the insights of therapists who run DBT skills groups.


Jessica Bishop

I am 26 years old and struggle with OCD. I also have many new skills and tools which help me get through daily. I am ready to speak and make a difference in others lives. Being a presenter is important to me, I am ready to share how I have move forward and toward in recovery... Read More →

Leah Jaramillo, LMFT

As a Marriage and Family therapist I employ the use of evidence-based therapeutic approaches to assist couples, families and individuals in reaching their desired goals in therapy. The use of DBT, CBT, Narrative and Gottman therapies are used to help couples, families and... Read More →

Kate Rogers, Phd

Dr. Rogers is a licensed clinical psychologist at the OCD and Anxiety Treatment Center. She received her doctoral training in clinical psychology at American University, where she received extensive training in the provision of evidence-based treatments for a wide variety... Read More →
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Carol Thomas

Over the years, Carol's OCD has been a shape shifter, developing into many forms such as symmetry, sexual and violent intrusive thoughts, sexual orientation, checking, scrupulosity, and trichotillomania. After trying over 40 combinations of psychiatric medicines, she is interested... Read More →

Saturday July 8, 2017 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Yerba Buena - Salons 4-6

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