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Upcoming ABCT Conference Presentations

The lab will be well represented at the 51st annual convention of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies on November 16-19 in San Diego.

Good luck at CAMH Kirstie!

Kirstie has moved on to her new position at the Centre for Additction and Mental Health in Toronto and we all wish her the best!

Looking for ways to celebrate the holidays without adding more stuff to your life?

Looking for ways to celebrate the holidays without adding more stuff to your life?

New Dream has some great ideas for holiday gifts that don’t involve stuff.

Christiana Bratiotis and May Luu presented at the 24th Annual OCD Conference, July 2017

Christiana Bratiotis and May Luu both presented at the 24th Annual OCD Conference in San Francisco, July 2017. This conference was hosted by the International OCD Foundation. For more on the conference, click here. Here is the abstract from May’s talk: Although most hoarded homes are relatively clean, some develop poor living conditions like filth […]

Publication: Role of Fire Prevention on Hoarding Response Teams

Publication: Role of Fire Prevention on Hoarding Response Teams

Members of our lab recently examined the role of fire prevention on hoarding response teams using Vancouver’s Fire Rescue Services as a case study.

Big congrats and welcome to Christiana!

Big congrats and welcome to Christiana!

We have some very exciting news – Christiana will be joining UBC as an Assistant Professor in the School of Social Work!

Kirstie’s next destination – CAMH!

Big congrats to Kirstie for landing a much coveted internship at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto!

New Grad Student – yay Brent!

We are very excited to have a new grad student join the team- Brent Stewart!

Helping Those Who Hoard (article)

This article from The New York Times discusses the considerations involved for building managers in finding a balance between respecting the rights of individual tenants and keeping their building safe for everyone. Click here to read. 

You are invited to participate in a psychology study!

You are invited to participate in a psychology study!

We are actively seeking participants for our study on cognition. Contact us if you are an English speaker and you are at least 19 years old.