4 05, 2016

What Does OCD Mean Anyway? A Quick Guide for Kids and Families

By | May 4th, 2016|From OCD to Anxiety, Kid Korner|

What Does the D in OCD Mean?

Obsessions (the thoughts, images, and doubts that bother and scare you) and compulsions (the things you do and think to decrease your fear and discomfort) are upsetting enough but for some kids, the D in OCD can be pretty upsetting too. So what does the D in OCD mean […]

8 04, 2016

Applying Lessons from Exposure Therapy to Daily Life

By | April 8th, 2016|From OCD to Anxiety, Partner Perspectives|

Exposure therapy is often a primary treatment component when working on anxiety. Whether an individual is coming to treatment for a specific fear, social anxiety, OCD, or another type of anxiety presentation, exposure can be a critical aid in reducing distress. It can also significantly change our relationship with anxiety and the role it plays […]

7 10, 2015

Uncertainty

By | October 7th, 2015|From OCD to Anxiety|

Uncertainty can feel uncomfortable, very uncomfortable. It can feel frightening and even dangerous.  We can’t avoid it, although we often try. Yet, when we learn to work with it and even embrace it, (yes, embrace it!), we can be more open, curious, and free from the struggle of trying to control it.

Uncertainty is a word […]