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A parents role in CBT for children and adolescents with OCD
Dr Alice Farrington Principal Clinical Psychologist Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.
Chloe Chessell PhD Researcher, University of Reading
• Overview of CBT
• CBT for OCD
• Parents role in supporting
• What to expect from CBT for OCD
• Reasons why child might not want to accept treatment for OCD
• Top tips
Dr Alice Farrington has been working in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services since qualifying as a Clinical Psychologist in 2000. Alice is passionate about using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help children and young people with OCD, anxiety and depression. Alice has always been keen to support parents, and has developed and facilitated a number of workshops for parents of children in Berkshire CAMHS.
Chloe Chessell is a PhD Student at the University of Reading. Chloe’s research involves identifying ways to best support parents of children with OCD. Chloe works collaboratively with Berkshire CAMHS and has helped to facilitate workshops for parents of young people with OCD.
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