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Sunday, July 31 • 8:00am - 9:00am
OCD and Sexual Functioning

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This panel will feature experts who will discuss different aspects of sexual functioning and intimacy with regards to OCD symptom presentation and treatment. The discussion will bring sex and intimacy to the forefront of the conversation, as these issues are frequently overlooked both by individuals seeking treatment and providers giving care. Topics will include how OCD can affect an individual's or couple's sex life; why it is important for individuals and providers to consider sexual functioning as part of treatment; how OCD can impair intimacy; how medication for OCD can impair sexual functioning and relationship quality; and how to begin and maintain conversations about sex and intimacy during treatment. Ample time will be allotted for questions.

Speakers
avatar for Phillip J. Seibell, MD, FAPA

Phillip J. Seibell, MD, FAPA

Owner, OCD and Anxiety Psychiatry of Westchester, P.C.
Dr. Seibell attended Monmouth University and received his M.D. degree from Rutgers-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He completed psychiatry residency at Mount Sinai, where he obtained specialized training in the pharmacological and cognitive-behavioral treatment of OCD and related conditions. He was then an attending at Mount Sinai and then at Cornell, where he developed an outpatient program for OCD and related conditions. Dr. Seibell... Read More →
avatar for Jenifer Viscusi, MA

Jenifer Viscusi, MA

Doctoral Student, Research Assistant, Spalding University
Ms. Viscusi is a doctoral student in the clinical psychology program at Spalding University in Louisville, KY. She is also a visiting research assistant at the Center for Mental Health Disparities at the University of Louisville. She is currently receiving clinical training in the treatment of OCD and OC-related disorders. Ms. Viscusi's research interests include: obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders, sexual health and functioning... Read More →
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Chad Wetterneck, PhD

Chad Wetterneck, Ph.D., is a cognitive behavioral specialist and clinical supervisor at Rogers Memorial Hospital where he works primarily with OCD, PTSD, and Dual Diagnosis populations. He was formerly an Assistant Professor at the University of Houston "“ Clear Lake, where he had OCD and OC-spectrum disorders specialty center, and was the co-director of research at the Houston OCD Program. Dr. Wetterneck received six years of... Read More →
avatar for Monnica Williams, PhD

Monnica Williams, PhD

Director, Center for Mental Health Disparities & Associate Professor, University of Louisville
Monnica Williams, Ph.D., is the Director of the Center for Mental Health Disparities and Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Louisville. She completed undergraduate studies at MIT and UCLA, and received her doctorate from the University of Virginia. Dr. Williams has authored over sixty scholarly publications, focused primarily on OCD and cultural issues. Dr. Williams provides cognitive-behavioral treatment for adults... Read More →


Sunday July 31, 2016 8:00am - 9:00am
Salon II, 7th Floor

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