Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for OCD in Children and Adolescents (May 2021)

May 3rd – Jun 7th, 2021
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This interactive course offers an overview of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for children and adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It is led by CBT experts Aude Henin, PhD, and Dina Hirshfeld-Becker, PhD.

The course reviews diagnostic criteria for OCD, the impact of common comorbidities, the differentiation of OCD from other psychiatric disorders of childhood, strategies to combat treatment non-adherence, and much more. The course also focuses on evidence-based CBT interventions such as psychoeducation, cognitive strategies, and exposure and response prevention (E/RP).

The course includes an array of resources, videos and other materials to guide you through your learning experience. All content and assignments can be completed whenever your schedule allows. Weekly call-in times allow faculty to hear and respond to your questions directly, and an interactive discussion board lets you post your own questions and interact with peers from across the United States and around the world. Plus, the course is accessible via desktop, laptop, smartphone or tablet.

Course materials are available beginning on May 3, 2021 and all online course work must be completed by June 7, 2021.

May 3rd – Jun 7th, 2021
Online Course
Child Mental Health, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, OCD
Aude Henin, PhD
Dina Hirshfeld-Becker, PhD
13.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
13.5 Nursing Contact Hours
13.5 Participation
13.5 Psychologists CE Credit
13.5 Social Workers

We have a dedicated staff member who is available by phone 5 days per week between 8 am and 5 pm by calling 866-644-7792 or email at All inquiries will be dealt with in a timely  (within one business day) and professional manner. Requests for credits or refunds will be reviewed by the Director of the Division of Professional and Public Education, Massachusetts General Hospital. Please refer to our cancellation policy for additional information.”