25TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE

ANXIETY THROUGH THE AGES – HOW SYMPTOMS OF ANXIETY & OCD ALTER THROUGHOUT STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT

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The purpose of this presentation is to inform professionals within the health care community to understand common symptom presentation of anxiety disorders and OCD with individuals spanning from childhood to adulthood (8 years old to 25). Participants will learn different intervention strategies to identify complexities often associated with these disorders. They will also be given interventions to work with parents who struggle with assisting their children these disorders and how to include family members in treatment planning. The information provided will include unique presentations of medical abnormalities which can exacerbate symptoms and increase complexity to treatment interventions (e.g. hormones, PANS/PANDAS, auto-immune issues).

Once you have heard this expert in anxiety, you will be able to:

1) Identify common themes of anxiety and hallmarks of developmental ages which often exacerbate anxiety/OCD symptoms. Take away misinformation and misunderstandings of OCD & anxiety disorders to assist with proper differential diagnosis of OCD/anxiety disorders; and
2) Gain different skills to help family members of children and teenagers who are experiencing anxiety from an evidence-based perspective. Also, learn how medical issues (e.g. COVID-19 pandemic) affected symptoms of OCD and anxiety disorders for clients.

*Submission of the conference evaluation form indicates your completion of the entire program.

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