Coronavirus and OCD: Managing Anxiety

  Coronavirus is real and so is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). How we can manage our anxiety during this time and differentiate between #Coronavirus and #OCD Quick Tips: Limited the amount of time watching, searching, and talking about the Coronavirus Limited your resource gathering to one recommended source such as...

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2020 Olympic Trials: Cali Werner, LMSW

  Cali Werner is headed to the 2020 Olympic Trials!   She opens up to the Peace of Mind Foundation about her struggles with OCD and shares tips for athletes. Keep up with the race at https://www.atlanta2020trials.com/ and follow Cali’s experience at the Olympic Trails on our Instagram Page @ThePeaceofMindFoundation...

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An Athlete’s Drive: OCD & Sport

Successful athletes are driven and determined to perform to their greatest ability. These athletes often engage in frequent routines such as waking up early for workouts, engaging in physical therapy and rehabilitation, planning daily healthy balanced meals, all in addition to trying to maintain a balanced lifestyle outside of their...

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Fight For Your Rights

Fight For Your Rights: Getting Your Insurance Company To Pay For OCD Treatment Fred Penzel, Ph.D. Over the years, I have written a number of articles about the treatment and acceptance of OCD and related disorders. These are all very practical issues, to be sure; however, another practical issue I...

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2020 Spring OCD Conference

About this Event This one day conference will focus on OCD treatment strategies featuring world-renowned OCD experts. Mental health professionals will have an opportunity to learn specific intervention tactics while receiving continuing education credit (CEU’s). Individuals and loved ones affected by OCD are invited to attend the afternoon sessions, which...

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More From Chris Trondsen

A Personal Journey to Recovery and Effective Treatment with Chris Trondsen   Chris Trondsen spent an afternoon with us sharing his experience living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as well as body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), depression and suicide. He shares his inspirational story about finding effective care and rebuilding his life...

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Anonymous Online Survey: Perceptions of Deep Brain Stimulation for Severe OCD in Adolescents

Anonymous Online Survey: Perceptions of Deep Brain Stimulation for Severe OCD in Adolescents Baylor College of Medicine is recruiting participants for a study that explores people’s thoughts and feelings about the use of deep brain stimulation for severe OCD in adolescents. Baylor College of Medication is seeking: — Adults (aged...

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Four Things I Wish I Had Known Before Beginning ERP

by Christina Hunter  I distinctly remember studying mental health in my 8th grade Health class, and watching a video on a form of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) known as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). I was transfixed by the intensity and bravery that the therapy required. I remember watching the...

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