Treatment of Childhood Phobic and Anxiety Disorders: The State of the EvidenceCE Hours: 2
Level: Intermediate to Advanced
Course Fee: $19.95
Access: Course is available for 30 days after registration
Series Description: Psy.D. Colloquia
The Psy.D. Colloquium series from the School of Psychology and Counseling's Doctorate Psychology colloquia events provides a selection of courses from outstanding professionals and scientists in psychology and related fields. Speakers in these courses have addressed a wide range of topics, from marital work with difficult couples to evolving roles for psychology in health care.
In his presentation “Treatment of Childhood Phobic and Anxiety Disorders: The State of the Evidence,” Dr. Thomas H. Ollendick discusses the research evidence for treating these disorders, concentrating most heavily on cognitive-behavioral approaches and pharmacotherapy. In addition, he offers several suggestions for clinicians and researchers working in this area. Presented in streamed Flash video.
Psychologists, Psy.D. Students
The course discusses the research evidence for treating disorders of Childhood Phobias and Anxiety by concentrating most heavily on cognitive-behavioral approaches and pharmacotherapy.
This course was designed to help you:
- Explore what works and what does not work in practice with children and adolescents with anxiety disorders.
- Explain how and why evidence gathered from research should guide clinical practice, along with clinical expertise.
- Discuss how effective are our practices in the field of anxiety disorders in children and adolescents.
- Kendall et al., Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1994, 1997.
- Barrett, Rapee, Dadds, & Ryan, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 1996
- Silverman et al., 1999, JCCP, 67, 675-687
- Ollendick et al., 2005, ADAA, Seattle
- Ollendick, T. H. (1995). Behavior Therapy, 26, 517-531
- Rynn et al. (2001). American Journal of Psychiatry, 158(12), 2008-2014.
- DeVeaugh, G. J., G. Moroz, et al. (1992). J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry 31(1): 45-9.
- March & POTS Team, (2004), JAMA, 292, 1969-1976
- The Pediatric OCD Treatment Study (POTS) Team, JAMA 2004;292:1969-1976
- Prins & Ollendick (2003). Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 6, 87-105.
- Berwick (2003). JAMA, 189, 1969-1975
Thomas H. Ollendick, Ph.D., is University Distinguished Professor in Clinical Psychology and Director of Child Study Center at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, in Blacksburg, Virginia. He is the author of over 200 research publications, 50 book chapters, and 25 books. His books include Clinical Behavior Therapy with Children (Plenum Press), Child Behavioral Assessment: Principles and Procedures (Pergamon Press), Handbook of Child Psychopathology (Plenum Press), Developmental Issues in the Clinical Treatment of Children (Allyn and Bacon), the recently published Phobic and Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents: A Clinician’s Guide to Effective Psychosocial and Pharmacological Interventions (Oxford)and Handbook of Interventions that Work with Children and Adolescents (Wiley).He is the immediate past Editor of the Journal in Clinical Child Psychology (1996-2001) and founding Co-Editor of Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review. He serves on the editorial boards of 16 other journals. In addition, he is Past-President of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior Therapy (1995), the Society of Clinical Psychology (1999), and most recently the Society of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2003). He served as Scientific Program Chair of the 2001 World Congress on Cognitive and Behavior Therapies in Vancouver, Canada, and is a frequent speaker at international and national conferences. The recipient of several NIH grants, his clinical and research interests range from the study of diverse forms of child psychopathology to the assessment, treatment, and prevention of these child disorders from a social learning/social cognitive theory perspective.
Professional and Continuing Education CE Hours:
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Note:This workshop was originally presented as a live training event through Regent University's School of Psychology and Counseling Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology Colloquia Series.
Note: This course will be available to you for 30 days from your registration date. Please complete the course and the quiz within 30 days.
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