Workshops and lectures are an effective and efficient way to gain new knowledge and skills that can be successfully implemented into practice. Through hands on learning, clinicians gain a new level of expertise that can be immediately applied in their clinical care with clients.

Please see below for a collection of my workshops, lectures, and talks (click on any of the titles for additional information):

Real Life Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: More than hand-washing and checking.

Full-day workshop at Center for Professional Innovation.

Workshop in October 2016 in Chelmsford, MA.

Real Life Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: More than hand-washing and checking. How to assess and treat OCD.

Full-day workshop at Boston University’s Professional Education Program, Boston MA.

Workshop in June 2016 in Boston, MA.

Positive Self Talk: When Is It Helpful and When Is It Reassurance?

90-minute lecture at Depression and Anxiety Specialty Clinic’s Public Awareness Lecture Series.

Lecture conducted May 2016 in Chicago, IL.

The Danger Zone: Why Avoidance, Reassurance Seeking, and Accommodation are Hazardous.

90-minute lecture at Depression and Anxiety Specialty Clinic’s Public Awareness Lecture Series.

Lecture conducted April 2016 in Chicago, IL.

Interview with Executive Broadcasting Channel.

Interviewed by Executive Broadcasting Channel for being the Co-Founder and CEO of Professor Peaches.

Interview conducted November 2015.

OCD: Beyond Hand Washing and Checking.

Developed and designed the comprehensive OCD training video titled OCD: Beyond Hand Washing and Checking.

The video features the following OCD specialists: Drs. Dean McKay, Lata McGinn, Blair Simpson, Anthony Pinto, and Carolyn Rodriguez.

OCD: Tailored Treatment Techniques and Difficult Differential Diagnoses

Organizer and Chairperson for Clinical Round Table titled OCD: Tailored Treatment Techniques and Difficult Differential Diagnoses at Association of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Convention.

Panelist members: Drs. Lata McGinn, David Tolin, Eric Storch, Michael Twohig, and Anthony Pinto.

Clinical Round Table conducted November 2013 in Nashville, TN.

Presentation to doctoral level students on obsessive-compulsive disorder and exposure and response prevention.

Invited Guest Lecturer at Teachers College, Columbia University.

Class conducted October 2008 in New York, NY.