Rogers is proud to be a supporter of the Anxiety and Depression Conference 2014, which is sponsored by the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA). This is the only national professional meeting which focuses on the science and treatment of anxiety disorders, OCD, PTSD and depression in children and adults.
Bradley C. Riemann, PhD, clinical director of the OCD Center and CBT services, Jerry Halverson, MD, FAPA, medical director of adult services at Rogers’ Oconomowoc campus, plus clinical supervisors David Jacobi, PhD, Rachel Leonard, PhD, and Chad Wetterneck, PhD, will join some of the most experienced and knowledgeable clinicians and researchers from diverse disciplines with a common interest in advancing treatment and understanding of these disorders.
Rogers’ professionals will be presenting throughout the conference:
On Friday afternoon, March 28, Dr. Halverson will be the chair of a symposium “Multimodal Approaches to Difficult-to-Treat Depression” with Dr. Leonard speaking on behavioral activation in the treatment of depression. Dr. Leonard will also speak at another symposium earlier that day on symptom accommodation and relationship distress in anxiety and depression. Later in the afternoon, Dr. Riemann will present as part of a roundtable session “Exposure Therapy for Children: Lessons Learned in Intensive OCD Treatment.”
On Saturday morning, March 29, Dr. Halverson will be the chair of a symposium ““Multimodal Approaches to Difficult-to-Treat Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder” with Dr. Riemann speaking on the use of ERP with treatment-refractory OCD.
On Sunday morning, March 30, Dr. Riemann will also speak at another symposium on family accommodation and OCD treatment outcomes. Later in the morning, Dr. Jacobi will present a workshop titled “Disordered Eating in Children: An exposure based treatment approach.”
In addition, national outreach manager Mary Jo Wiegratz and outreach representative Barry Thomet will be at the Rogers exhibit, and Rogers InHealth director Sue McKenzie will be attending the conference. (Chicago, IL)