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This information guide is for people with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and can also be used to help people and their loved ones discuss OCD with. “Do I really want to change something and, if yes, what exactly?” Be honest with yourself. What is troubling about your symptoms? How is OCD harming you?. This guide is designed to answer your questions about OCD, The OCD Workbook: Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.

Just because we think something bad might happen, doesn't mean that is how it really is!

We are looking at life and situations through those very distorted lenses. For example: "Something awful will happen if I don't do this compulsion, and it will my fault if it happens", "If I think about this happening, it will happen if I don't prevent it by doing this compulsion".

We tend to react to thoughts by fighting with them, because they are so upsetting, we just want to get rid of them. The best thing to do seems like fighting them away or trying to stop them, but maybe that's not so helpful. Try it for 30 seconds. What happened?

You thought of a green elephant? That's how the mind works. When we're on a diet, all we can think about is food, right? The more we try NOT to think about something, the more it keeps popping up into our heads.

Doubt Therapy We have recently adapted an intervention called "doubt therapy" by Dr.

Kieron O'Connor for self-help. Our controlled study doubt therapy versus wait-list control showed a significant positive effect of doubt therapy on obsessions in the course of four weeks.

You can download the self-help manual here. Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders, 10, Moritz, S. How to treat the untreated: Effectiveness of a self-help metacognitive training program myMCT for obsessive-compulsive disorder.

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Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience, 12, New wine in an old bottle? Evaluation of myMCT as an integrative bibliotherapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder.

In she was diagnosed with obsessive The BDD Workbook. Loving Someone with OCD. Here the reader finds the most comprehensive survey of cognitive behavioral treatment for OCD that is accessible to the layman. All is clearly written, easily grasped, and laid out in a very user-friendly manner. Every OCD sufferer should read this book! The authors are experienced in the treatment of this debilitating disorder and provide an easy formula for understanding and treating the symptoms of OCD and some spectrum disorders, such as health anxiety and body dysmorphic disorder.

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It is a very thorough book explaining the need to engage in therapy and how to apply specific strategies for specific symptoms. Some helpful hints are also provided for family members.

I strongly recommend the book for those combating OCD. March 30, Other Recommendations View the entire list. Overcoming Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts. Sally M. Winston and Martin N.

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Daring to Challenge OCD.Try it for 30 seconds. As with all the other bubbles, writing it down will make this exercise more effective.

It might nudge us from time to time, but that's ok, we can just let it be. Hyman and Pedrick have admirably filled that need in this book. Used alone or in conjunction with therapy, our books offer powerful tools readers can use to jump-start changes in their lives. Our controlled study doubt therapy versus wait-list control showed a significant positive effect of doubt therapy on obsessions in the course of four weeks.