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    Re: OCD Coping Tips

    https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/b...ers-fall-short

    I firmly believe all sufferers need a “reason," a “calling," or an “event” that really shakes and pushes them to their personal bottom. A place where they feel that they cannot live this way anymore or feel that they have had enough of all the “bullsh*t.” Once, a sufferer is correctly driven, I believe 99% of the problem is taken care of.

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    Re: OCD Coping Tips



    Recorded April, 2018.
    Presented by ADAA members Martin Seif, PhD, ABPP and Sally Winston, PsyD

    (authors of Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts: A CBT-Based Guide to Getting Over Frightening, Obsessive, or Disturbing Thoughts)

    Webinar Description:

    Do you have frightening, obsessive, or disturbing thoughts that intrude on your life? If the answer is yes, then tune in to this webinar for some great tools to help you overcome these thoughts.

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    Re: OCD Coping Tips

    Introducing Paradoxical Techniques to OCD Clients

    Although for most psychological disorders, common factors such as the therapeutic alliance are more important than the particular approach, in the case of OCD there is substantial evidence that cognitive-behavioral approaches are the most effective treatments we currently have.

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