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Disclosure #2: A Psychological Perspective for Informing Schools, Teams, and Others About A Diagnosable Mental Health Issue
December 7, 2016 7:30pm – 8:30pm
So now we’ve tackled explaining to your child that he/she has a mental health condition. You’ve explained it to the family. Now, do we tell the rest of the world? Who should know? How do we tell them? Dr. Zambrano will help weigh the pros and cons of these decisions. He will review strategies for how to do this with an eye towards future disclosures into adulthood.
Dr. Zambrano received his Masters of Psychology and Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from the Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology of Rutgers University.
He works in private practice at Stress and Anxiety Services of New Jersey, in East Brunswick. Prior to this, he was on staff at the Rutgers Psychological Clinic’s Tourette Syndrome Program.
Dr. Zambrano specializes in working with children and adults with OCD, depression, and other anxiety disorders as well as Tourette Syndrome syndrome. He has been certified by the Behavioral Therapy Training Institute, which is provided by the International OCD Foundation. He is also certified to work with patients who have been diagnosed with Trichotillomania and other body focused repetitive behaviors by the Trichotillomania Learning Center.