Consultation

A photo of Center partners Emily Berner, Monique Thompson and Jonathan Barkin.

Center partners Emily Berner, MFT, Monique Thompson, PhD, and Jonathan Barkin, PsyD.

Psychologists at the SFBACCT offer individual or group consultation for licensed clinicians (PhDs, PsyDs, MDs, LCSWs, and LMFTs). SFBACCT psychologists offer consultation in: case conceptualization and treatment planning, evidence-based practices for various disorders, setting up a clinical practice, and using data from measures to inform treatment.

The SFBACCT does not offer supervision to unlicensed clinicians.

Areas of Expertise


Michael Tompkins

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for anxiety disorders (panic, phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety disorder)

• Universal treatment for anxiety disorders (based on the book,  Anxiety and Avoidance: A Universal Treatment for Anxiety, Panic, and Fear)

• Cognitive behavior therapy for anxious teens (based on the book, My Anxious Mind: A Teen’s Guide to Anxiety, Panic, and Fear)

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for youth in school settings

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for anger (youth and adults)

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for insomnia in adults and youth

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for body-focused repetitive behaviors in adults or youth (trichotillomania, nail biting, skin picking)

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for hypochondriasis

• Understanding and treating elimination disorders (Enuresis and Encopresis in youth)

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for hoarding disorder

• Understanding and treating Tourette’s disorder

• Cognitive-behavior therapy for youth on the autism spectrum

• Harm reduction for severe hoarding (based on the book, Clinician’s Guide to Severe Hoarding: A Harm Reduction Approach)

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Joan Davidson

• Developing individualized case formulations and treatment plans: using a transdiagnostic approach to choose interventions that target underlying psychological mechanisms (based on the book, A Transdiagnostic Roadmap to Case Formulation and Treatment Planning: Practical Guidance for Clinical Decision Making)

• Using Exposure and Response Prevention to treat OCD: building motivation and using creative strategies to implement treatment (based on the book, Daring to Challenge OCD: Overcome Your Fear of Treatment & Take Control of Your Life Using Exposure and Response Prevention)

• Cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety disorders (panic, phobias, generalized anxiety and worry, social anxiety) in adults

• Cognitive behavior therapy for body-focused repetitive behaviors in adults (trichotillomania/hair pulling, skin picking)

• Fundamental components of cognitive-behavior therapy (structuring sessions, building a therapeutic alliance, using CBT interventions based on case formulation and presenting problems)

• Building and maintaining a cognitive-behavior practice

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Daniela Owen

• Cognitive behavior therapy for ADHD in children and adults

• Parent Training (based on behavioral principles)

• Cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety in children, adolescents, and adults

• Cognitive behavior therapy for mood disorders in children, adolescents, and adults

• Communication training and assertiveness for individuals, partners, and parent-child dyads

• Treatment of disruptive behavior disorders in children

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Jonathan Barkin

• Treatment of severe pediatric and adult OCD

• Cognitive behavior therapy for depression in children, adolescents, and adults

• Understanding and treating Tourette’s disorder

• Parent Training

• Exposure protocols for anxiety disorders

• Cognitive behavior therapy case conceptualization / treatment planning

• Exposure therapy with children and teens

• Cognitive behavior therapy for anxiety disorders

• Cognitive behavior therapy for depression

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Monique Thompson

• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression

• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia and other Sleep Disorders

• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder

• Cognitive Behavioral Case Conceptualization and Treatment Planning

• Memory Enhancement Devices to Improve Therapy Outcomes

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Psychologists at the SFBACCT offer individual or group consultation for licensed clinicians. For more information, contact any of the psychologists at the Center.