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Friday, July 29 • 11:00am - 12:30pm
Research Advances in Hoarding: Expanding Our Understanding of the Cognitive-Behavioral Model

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This research panel will highlight four studies focused on the psychopathology of hoarding. Dr. Mogan will present on key variables in the cognitive-behavioral model of hoarding across a range of clinical and non-clinical cohorts. Ms. Shaw and Dr. Timpano will discuss a multi-method examination of the role of emotional processes in individuals with hoarding. Dr. Frost will examine reasons underlying saving, focusing on an exaggerated sense of moral responsibility for the care and disposition of possessions. Finally, Dr. Siev will present a study examining the relationship between hoarding and scrupulosity, taking into account shared risk factors. Dr. Steketee will serve as discussant; findings will be discussed from a risk factor perspective, as well as treatment implications.

View the slides here: http://www.slideshare.net/IOCDF/randy-frost-research-advances-in-hoarding 


Randy Frost, PhD

I have been doing research on hoarding and OCD since 1993 and have published more than 150 refereed articles and book chapters on these topic. I have also published four books on hoarding: a therapist guide, a self-help book, a book for the general public about the problem, and an edited volume of up-to-date research on hoarding. In my 1996 article, I provided the first operational definition of compulsive hoarding, as well as the... Read More →

Christopher Mogan, PhD

Dr Christopher Mogan PhD is the Director of The Anxiety Clinic in Melbourne, specializing in complex presentations of Anxiety, OCD, Hoarding Disorders. Formerly Clinical Director of the CBT-based Anxiety and Depression Program at The Melbourne Clinic, he developed innovative CBT treatment interventions for an inpatient psychiatric population. Dr Mogan is a Research Fellow at Swinburne University where he conducts research and... Read More →
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Ashley Shaw, MS

Intern, Massachusetts General Hospital
Ashley Marie Shaw, MS is currently an intern at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and conducts research in the OCD and Related Disorders Program at MGH. She attended graduate school at University of Miami, under the mentorship of Dr. Kiara Timpano. Her research interests involve examining risk and maintenance factors for obsessive-compulsive (OC) spectrum disorders, including hoarding. Currently, her interests include examining how... Read More →

Jedidiah Siev, PhD

Jedidiah Siev, Ph.D., is assistant professor at Nova Southeastern University, where he founded and directs the NSU OCD and Related Disorders Program. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship and pre-doctoral internship at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, following doctoral training at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Siev has considerable experience working with individuals who have OCD, BDD, anxiety... Read More →
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Kiara Timpano, PhD

Associate Professor, University of Miami
Kiara Timpano, PhD is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Miami, and is the director of the Program for Anxiety, Stress, and OCD (PASO). Her research interests are in understanding risk and vulnerability factors that play a role in the etiology, comorbidity, and maintenance of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders, with a particular focus on Hoarding Disorder. From a treatment perspective, Dr... Read More →

Friday July 29, 2016 11:00am - 12:30pm
Marriott Ballroom, 4th Floor

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