IMPACT-OCD Training Modules

If you have a login for CPI's LMS, you can also access the following IMPACT-OCD modules, click here to login.

The Improving Providers’ Assessment, Care Delivery and Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) curriculum includes the following modules and provides 1.5 self-study contact hours of Social Work, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Psychologist and CASAC Continuing Education as well as 1.5 self-study contact hours of Continuing Medical Education:

How to Detect and Diagnose Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Tips and Tools

Exposure and Response Prevention: A Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for OCD

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorders: How to Differentiate and Treat

These courses are also available as standalone courses but are not individually approved for CEUs. If you would like ot receive CEUs, please register and complete the curriculum mentioned above.

You can also access the IMPACT-OCD module (below) and earn .5 self-study contact hours of Continuing Medical Education.

Pharmacological Treatment of OCD: Nuts and Bolts


To complete this training in the CPI LMS, click here to login.

OCD: Nuts and Bolts Summary sheet




Seven Common Misconceptions of OCD

OCD Seven Common Misconceptions Webinar Resources

If taken in the CPI LMS, this webbinar provides 1.25 self-study contact hours of Social Work, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and CASAC Continuing Education. 

To complete this training in the CPI LMS, click here to login.

Seven Things to Know about Child and Adolescent OCD

Although also available in the CPI LMS, please note that this webinar is not approved for continuing education credits. 

Improving Treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

More than 2 in 100 (2%) of Americans will experience OCD during their lifetime. Nonetheless, the disorder remains misunderstood, misdiagnosed, and stigmatized.

Hear from researchers and advocates dedicated to improving care for OCD. Whether or not you or a loved one is diagnosed with OCD, join us during OCD Awareness Week for clinical and personal perspectives on how we can all help close a gap in the mental health system.