Monthly Archives: February 2016
I recently wrote about how exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy, the evidence-based psychological treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder, is anxiety-provoking. Many people with OCD are aware of this fact, and it is often one of the reasons given by … Continue reading
I had the great pleasure of chatting with Marilu Henner on her radio show this week. Unfortunately there were some technical difficulties that cut the interview short but we still had a good conversation about obsessive-compulsive disorder and my book, … Continue reading
When my son Dan was first diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, he, like so many others, did not receive proper treatment. Wrong therapy, wrong drugs. His OCD spiraled out of control and less than a year later it was so severe … Continue reading
A version of this post first appeared in May 2013: Over the years, I’ve connected with many people who have obsessive-compulsive disorder. It seems to me that almost every one has some kind of story to tell about their … Continue reading
I was recently interviewed by David Susman, PhD as part of his Stories of Hope series. If you’re interested, you can view the interview here. Thanks to Dr. Susman!