November 2022 International Conference - Indonesian Psychological Healthcare Center


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International Conferences Topic November 2022 International Conference

We are excited to announce that on the 6th of November 2022, IndoPsyCare had the honor of attending the International OCD Foundation’s Online OCD Conference.

Event Overview

We are excited to announce that on the 6th of November 2022, IndoPsyCare had the honor of attending the International OCD Foundation’s Online OCD Conference, an annual meeting where researchers and clinicians from all over the world meet to discuss the latest developments in OCD research. Patients and families are also welcome to share their experiences with the condition. 

Our founder and clinical director, Dr. phil. Edo S. Jaya, M.Psi., Psikolog, alongside our clinician-scientists Eric Sucitra, M.Psi., Psikolog, and Shafira Fawzia, M.Psi., Psikolog, were selected to present anonymized case studies based on their clinical experience treating patients with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder here in Indonesia. We were also joined by a patient who is now in remission after undergoing and completing psychotherapy with us.

Dr. Edo S. Jaya, M.Psi., Psikolog presented the case of Lenny (pseudonym) an individual with: Harm Obsessions, Somatic Obsessions, Checking Compulsions, Rereading/Rewriting Rumination Compulsions and “Need-to-tell”, superstitious behavior and symptoms of Romantic OCD. The Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale (Y-BOCS) is considered the golden-standard measure of OCD symptom severity. Over three months of Exposure Response Prevention therapy, Lenny’s Y-BOCS score declined from 27 (severe) to 13 (mild). Her treatment is currently ongoing, and almost all her OCD symptoms (with the exception of harm-to-self) have disappeared. 

Eric Sucitra, M.Psi., Psikolog, presented the case of Adam (pseudonym), an individual with Perfectionism OCD and Harm OCD. Through 20 sessions of ERP, Adam’s Y-BOCS score went from 27 (severe) in August 2021 to 4 (normal) in November 2021. Eric also presented the case of Jordan (pseudonym) an individual with Harm OCD and magical thinking. After 3 months of ERP Therapy, his Y-BOCS scores decreased from 29 (Severe, borderline Extreme) to 18 (Moderate). 

Shafira Fawzia Ahmad, M.Psi., Psikolog, presented the case of Gaby (pseudonym), an individual with Harm OCD. Over three months of therapy, Gaby’s Y-BOCS score went from 16 (moderate) to 7 (normal). Over three months of therapy, Gaby also demonstrated better tolerance to uncertainty and imperfection and higher self-compassion. 

We would like to express our sincere appreciation to IOCDF for having us! We aim to continue helping our country to establish its presence at these international conferences. Further, we at IndoPsyCare have made it our mission to increase the availability of evidence-based treatments through our offline psychotherapy in SCBD Jakarta, our online therapy, and beyond. 

We hope to spearhead this initiative in the years to come.

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