EX/RP Group Consultations via Zoom

Sign up for 12 Weekly 90-minute Group Consultations

                                           (first group will be February 15, 2022)

Join a group of other EX/RP clinicians to present OCD cases and receive expert feedback, consultation, and support from an EX/RP expert!

What is Group Ex/RP Consultation?

Group EX/RP Consultation consists of 12 weekly 90-minute Zoom meetings with up to 10 clinicians who are seeking case consultation on EX/RP cases. Participants will present information about OCD cases and appropriateness for EX/RP as well as present individual EX/RP cases through case discussion or (better yet!) video review of EX/RP sessions.

Who may attend?

Group EX/RP consultation is open to licensed clinicians who have completed the Intensive Workshop in EX/RP at the CTSA. Unlicensed individuals are able to participate as long as they are practicing under a supervisor’s license. Participants may be beginners or more advanced practitioners of EX/RP. Anyone who has completed the workshop and is interested in receiving feedback, consultation, and support from an EX/RP expert is welcome!

Participants should have potential OCD cases that are likely to be appropriate for EX/RP and would be willing to agree to be videotaped for consultation purposes.

When will Group EX/RP Consultation take place?

Mondays from 1pm — 2:30pm EST.

Twelve group sessions are included in this package. Dates of group consultation include:

February 15, 2022 March 29, 2022
February 22, 2022 April 5, 2022
March 1, 2022 April 12, 2022
March 8, 2022 April 19, 2022
March 15, 2022 April 26, 2022
March 22, 2022 May 3, 2022

Who will facilitate Group EX/RP Consultation?

Dr. Elizabeth Turk-Karan will facilitate this group. Once the group reaches capacity, we will maintain a waitlist for our next group and other days/times and facilitators may become available.

How much will Group EX/RP Consultation cost?

$600 USD per person for 12 consultation groups


Tips for getting the most out of the group consultation experience

Group consultation is only as good as the cases that are being presented. So finding an OCD case that is appropriate for Ex/RP is of paramount importance. We suggest that you begin thinking about potential Ex/RP cases as soon as you register for group consultation and that you plan to assess for OCD symptoms and introduce the idea of Ex/RP to those individuals in the week or so before the first consultation group. 

If you are unsure about the fit for Ex/RP for an individual, we can discuss any questions, concerns, or reservations you may have about your potential Ex/RP case in the first consultation group. It is therefore generally expected that everyone will have at least one or two individuals to present to the group as potential Ex/RP candidates.


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