Belmont Lecture Series

OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE & RELATED DISORDERS
LES GRODBERG MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES 2016 – 2017

Sponsored by the Massachusetts Affiliate of the International OCD Foundation
McLean Hospital, De Marneffe Cafeteria Building, Room 132
Belmont, MA 02478
(Directions)

OCD Massachusetts, in conjunction with McLean Hospital, presents a series of preeminent speakers in the field of OCD and related disorders. Each presentation takes place from 7:00 – 8:00pm.

Date Topic Presenter
September 6, 2016Add to Calendar I’ve Been Diagnosed with OCD. Now What? Nathaniel Van Kirk, PhD, McLean Hospital OCD Institute
October 4, 2016Add to Calendar Using ACT in the Treatment of OCD Nate Gruner, LICSW
November 1, 2016Add to Calendar Medication Q & A Brian Brennan, MD, MMSc
December 6, 2016Add to Calendar CBT Treatment for Hoarding Disorder Jordana Muroff, PhD, MSW, LICSW
January 10, 2017Add to Calendar Perfectionism Jesse Crosby, PhD
February 7, 2017Add to Calendar Is it OCD or an Eating Disorder? Jennifer Alosso, PsyD
March 7, 2017Add to Calendar OCD and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Roberto Olivardia, PhD
April 4, 2017Add to Calendar Intrusive Thoughts Carol Hevia, PsyD
May 2, 2017Add to Calendar OCD Treatment for Kids & Teens Laura Ferrer, PhD & Adam Reid, PhD
June 6, 2017Add to Calendar The Lurking Saboteur: Ruminative Response Style in OCD Jason Krompinger, PhD
NOTE: Please check the website: www.ocdmassachusetts.org for information on changes to the schedule or cancellations.There are 3 free support groups available to the public on lecture nights. A professionally led support group for parents of people with OCD meets before each lecture, from 6-7 pm, in room 118. After each presentation, from 8:15-9:15pm, there are two self-help groups: a GOALS group for people with OCD and their friends and family that meets in room 132 and a support group for people with OCD that meets in room 118. For more information, please contact Carla Kenney at 781-775-1127. The identity of participants and content of group discussion must remain confidential. Furthermore, if desired, you may remain anonymous. We remind participants to be open and supportive to the views of all those who take part in the support groups.

International OCD Foundation, PO Box 961029, Boston, MA 02196

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