Members-Only Webinar Series
This series of free monthly webinars is available exclusively to ADAA members.
Psychotherapy for GAD and Comorbid Major Depression
Thursday, April 24, 2014
4 pm ET / 3 pm CT / 2 pm MT/ 1 pm PT
Cindy J. Aaronson, MSW, PhD
Assistant Clinical Professor
Psychiatry, Mood and Personality Disorders
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and major depressive disorder (MDD) are both very common and they frequently co-occur. In order to prioritize intervention strategies, one must understand the connection between changes in depressed and anxious mood state, as well as interventions common and unique to each. Dr. Aaronson will present an overview of the theoretical models and the treatment methods that were developed from those theories for GAD and MDD.
Webinar Format: A live one-hour audiovisual presentation, including a brief Q&A session
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- There are no fees.
- Continuing education credits are not available.
Previous Webinars 2014
Anxiety Disorders and ADHD Comorbidity: Diagnostic and Treatment Implications, (March 5, 2014), presented by Michael Van Ameringen, MD
Depressive Disorders, Bipolar, and Related Disorders in DSM-5 (Feb. 13, 2014), presented by Jan Fawcett, MD
Previous Webinars 2013
Apps for Therapy, Therapists, and Self-Help: An Overview (December 10, 2013), presented by Simon Rego, PsyD, ABPP, ACT
Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) (October 24, 2013), presented by Bruce Cuthbert, PhD
Prolonged Exposure and Virtual Reality Therapy for PTSD (September 26, 2013), presented by Barbara O. Rothbaum, PhD, ABPP
DSM-5: What’s New for Anxiety Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, and PTSD (August 29, 2013), presented by Katharine Phillips, MD