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Anxiety Disorders - Effective Strategies That Work - 04/24/15


We are excited to announce that we have Dr. Robin Zaiso PsyD., LCSW coming to present a day long training on  Anxiety Disorders!

Please click on link below to buy tickets!

Attend this Event

**Check-in starts at 8:30am**

**Continental Breakfast and Lunch will be included in your registratin Fees**

Objectives include:
1. Participants will be able to distinguish signs and symptoms between various anxiety disorders.

2. Participants will be able to describe the principles of Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy.
3. Participants will be able to describe the principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

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Dr. Robin Zasio, Psy. D., LCSW is a specialist in treating OCD and anxiety disorders utilizing CBT and Exposure and Response Prevention techniques. She developed The Anxiety Treatment Center, Inc., The Compulsive Hoarding Center, and The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Center, all located in Sacramento, CA.  Dr. Zasio serves on the Scientific Advisory Board, Clinical Advisory Board, and Speakers Bureau for the IOCDF, and is also BTTI Faculty.  She is the Author of The Hoarder in You: How to Live a Happier, Healthier, Uncluttered Life. Dr. Zasio is a featured doctor on the A & E hit series Hoarders and Host of My Extreme Animal Phobia on Animal Planet.


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