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To assist you in achieving some of these steps, you may want to access some self-help resources. There are many ways to educate yourself about OCD, with self-help materials often offering advice on how to apply CBT techniques. Self-help services include:. The same with OCD books, in recent years we have seen a deluge of OCD titles hit the shelves, some are interesting but not always helpful. Knowledge really is power when it comes to OCD, so for the vast majority reading self-help books will be positive.
Obsessive-compulsive disorders affect millions of Americans, who fill their days and nights with obsessive thoughts and worries and compulsive activity such as rituals and other repetitive behaviors. Significant advances have been made in medical treatment and the development of effective cognitive-behavioral therapies. The self help books listed below offer cutting-edge treatments and effective guidance for dealing with this troubling disorder. This self help book presents a simple and effective four-step method for overcoming OCD. This method does not rely on medication but has been proven by brain imaging tests to actually alter the brain's chemistry. Cognitive self-therapy and behavior modification are used to develop new patterns of response to obsessions.
It's Saturday morning! I expect you're all up and out of bed, eating your cereal, before you jump straight into your daily ERP behavioural experiment. Some of you will be sitting hold carving knives
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Regain control over your life. If you find yourself tormented by unwanted, disturbing thoughts or compelled to perform rigidly set action to reduce your stress, you may be one of the millions of Americans who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD. It may be as mild a doubting whether you turned off the iron before leaving the house, or it may be as severe and disabling as washing your hands for hours each day. But whatever its degree, OCD is distressing, uncomfortable, and can disrupt your life or destroy your most important relationships. Until recently, OCD was considered to be almost untreatable.