Life AFTER OCD | What does it look like
We often talk about what to do when you're having OCD symptoms. But, what does it look AFTER you go through treatment? Do you stop treatment? Are you cured? Let's go through this so you can have a good perspective of what "recovery" looks like.
How To Be Successful With OCD Treatment
If you're working through exposure and response prevention; these 25 tips are GOLDEN. Originally presented by Fred Penzel, Ph.D. of Western Suffolk Psychological Services. Dr. Penzel gave me special permission to present his 25 tips to you.
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25 Tips for Succeeding in Your OCD Treatment
How to maintain progress OCD
How To Stop A Panic Attack
Do you know what to do during a panic attack? Did you know there is treatment? It might look different than you’ve expected. Panic attacks can happen at any time and can often be mingled with stress, anxiety, or OCD. Let’s go through Panic Attacks, why you have them, and what to do with them.
What to do during a panic attack
Treatment for panic attacks
What is Sensorimotor OCD?
Sensorimotor OCD, like many other types of OCD, can be complicated, confusing, and debilitating. Imagine if you noticed every heartbeat you had, every breath, or every time you blinked. I don't mean just noticing it; I mean, it is forced into your awareness ALL DAY.
Could you hold a conversation, could you watch tv, could you go to work? These are all scenarios individuals may struggle in when they suffer from this type of OCD.
Let's go through what sensorimotor OCD is and what the treatment looks like.
Sensorimotor OCD Treatment
Treatment For Sensorimotor OCD
Nathan Peterson specializes in working with OCD and Anxiety related disorders and has done so for the past 7+ years.