Online Support Group for Therapist with OCD

SMALL ONLINE FACE-TO-FACE SUPPORT GROUP FORMING For OCD specialists who have and treat OCD with ERP. Therapists with OCD motivated to treat OCD can find ourselves in a unique position. In many communities—including our families, friends & clinician cohorts– OCD awareness is lacking. We work so hard to give our...

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Inside Look: OCD to Me: An Anthology of Anxieties

OCD to Me: An Anthology of Anxieties by Ryan Bernstein My name is Ryan Bernstein. I’m a seventeen-year-old high school student with OCD. For many years, I was unable to share my OCD feelings with others. I worried about what people might think, and how negatively I might be judged....

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A Look Inside | Is Fred in the Refrigerator?

  Is Fred in the Refrigerator? Taming and Reclaiming My Life by Shala Nicely, LPC In the eight years since I discovered exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP), the evidence-based treatment for OCD, I’ve developed an arsenal of ERP-enhancing tools to strengthen my recovery. The following excerpt from my new...

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BCM: How to Improve your Body Confidence

Julia Bernstein 713-798-4710 Houston, TX – Feb 28, 2018 share Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale, assistant professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences When it comes to self-acceptance and how we feel about our bodies, we can be hard on ourselves. So how can we improve our attitudes about...

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Menninger Saved Her Life by KHOU11

MENNINGER SAVED HER LIFE Dr. Liz McIngvale and her father Jim McIngvale talk about the life-saving help Liz received at Menninger. GREAT-DAY-HOUSTON Author: Great Day Houston Staff Published: 11:44 AM CDT May 23, 2018 Updated: 11:45 AM CDT May 23, 2018

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Coping with OCD during the Holidays

  Julia Bernstein 713-798-4710 Houston, TX – Dec 6, 2017, Share Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale, assistant professor in the Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences While the holidays are a joyful time, they also can be stressful, especially for those who live with obsessive-compulsive disorder. One Baylor College of Medicine expert...

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