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The OCD Workbook [electronic resource] : Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781572249219Publication details: Oakland, CA : New Harbinger Publications, 2010.Edition: 3rd edISBN:
  • 9781572249226
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: The OCD Workbook : Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive Compulsive DisorderDDC classification:
  • 616.8522706
LOC classification:
  • RC533 .H95 2010
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Contents:
Introduction; Acknowledgments; Part 1; Learning About OCD; Chapter 1; What Is OCD? Its Many Faces; Chapter 2; A Closer Look at OCD: Symptoms and Causes; Chapter 3; What Can Be Done? Treatment Options; Part 2; The Self-Directed Program; Chapter 4; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for OCD: Introduction to the Self-Directed Program; Chapter 5; Preparing for the Challenge: Self-Assessment; Chapter 6; Your Intervention Strategy: Exposure and Response Prevention; Chapter 7; Imaginal Exposure: Facing Your Fears in Your Imagination; Chapter 8; Challenging Your Faulty Beliefs: Cognitive Restructuring
Chapter 9Acceptance and Mindfulness Approaches to OCD: Learning to Live Fully-Despite OCD; Part 3; Using the Self-Directed Program for Specific Forms of OCD; Chapter 10; Primarily Obsessional OCD: Breaking Free from Horrific Thoughts; Chapter 11; Scrupulosity: When OCD Gets Religious; Chapter 12; Hit-and-Run OCD: Hyperresponsibility Behind the Wheel; Chapter 13; Health Anxiety: Hypochondriasis; Chapter 14; Hoarding OCD: When You Have Too Much Stuff; Chapter 15; Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Maintaining Your Gains for the Long Haul; Part 4
Co-occurring Disorders, Family Issues, and Finding HelpChapter 16; OCD and Company: Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders; Chapter 17; It Happens to Children Too: Helping Your Child with OCD; Chapter 18; OCD Is a Family Affair: Working Together to Overcome OCD; Chapter 19; Where to Get Help: How to Find a Good Therapist and Other Sources of Support; Appendix; Resources; References
Summary: The OCD Workbook, Third Edition offers the latest findings on the causes and most effective treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It includes helpful information on medications and shows readers how they can calm their impulses through techniques drawn from acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.
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Introduction; Acknowledgments; Part 1; Learning About OCD; Chapter 1; What Is OCD? Its Many Faces; Chapter 2; A Closer Look at OCD: Symptoms and Causes; Chapter 3; What Can Be Done? Treatment Options; Part 2; The Self-Directed Program; Chapter 4; Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for OCD: Introduction to the Self-Directed Program; Chapter 5; Preparing for the Challenge: Self-Assessment; Chapter 6; Your Intervention Strategy: Exposure and Response Prevention; Chapter 7; Imaginal Exposure: Facing Your Fears in Your Imagination; Chapter 8; Challenging Your Faulty Beliefs: Cognitive Restructuring

Chapter 9Acceptance and Mindfulness Approaches to OCD: Learning to Live Fully-Despite OCD; Part 3; Using the Self-Directed Program for Specific Forms of OCD; Chapter 10; Primarily Obsessional OCD: Breaking Free from Horrific Thoughts; Chapter 11; Scrupulosity: When OCD Gets Religious; Chapter 12; Hit-and-Run OCD: Hyperresponsibility Behind the Wheel; Chapter 13; Health Anxiety: Hypochondriasis; Chapter 14; Hoarding OCD: When You Have Too Much Stuff; Chapter 15; Two Steps Forward, One Step Back: Maintaining Your Gains for the Long Haul; Part 4

Co-occurring Disorders, Family Issues, and Finding HelpChapter 16; OCD and Company: Obsessive-Compulsive Spectrum Disorders; Chapter 17; It Happens to Children Too: Helping Your Child with OCD; Chapter 18; OCD Is a Family Affair: Working Together to Overcome OCD; Chapter 19; Where to Get Help: How to Find a Good Therapist and Other Sources of Support; Appendix; Resources; References

The OCD Workbook, Third Edition offers the latest findings on the causes and most effective treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). It includes helpful information on medications and shows readers how they can calm their impulses through techniques drawn from acceptance and commitment therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy.