Consultation

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 of SFBACCT Psychologists

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)

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

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

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

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

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

.