How the Inhibitory Learning Model Changes OCD Treatment

OCD approaches are constantly evolving and changing. This is in part due to the wonderful, ongoing research around OCD.

Learn how the inhibitory learning model changes OCD treatment.

In recent years we’ve seen a growing number of OCD therapists incorporate ACT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, into OCD therapy. 

We’ve also seen more clinicians embrace the Inhibitory Learning Model approach and have seen practitioners adapt ERP (Exposure with Response Prevention) to reflect these changes.

So what does this all mean?

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I’ll give you the short version of how this might impact how you help your child with OCD.

Other Resources on the Inhibitory Learning Model:

IOCDF: The Inhibitory Learning Approach to Exposure and Response Prevention

Youtube video

IOCDF Research Roundtable: Habituation Therapy, Inhibitory Learning Model, and ACT

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