Monthly Archives: March 2016

Treatment-Resistant OCD

Over the years I have received emails from people with obsessive-compulsive disorder who tell me their OCD is treatment resistant. In some cases they have been told this by a professional, and in other instances people have come to this … Continue reading

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Interview on About Health

On Monday March 21, 2016 I joined Dr. Michael Tompkins as a guest on About Health with Rona Renner. It was an informative hour spent discussing many aspects of obsessive-compulsive disorder, and listeners also called in with their questions. You … Continue reading

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OCD and Reading

As many of us already know, obsessive-compulsive disorder often latches on to the things that matter to us most. Your family and friends mean the world to you? Let’s give you harming obsessions. You love to travel? OCD will set … Continue reading

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OCD and Decluttering

Hoarding has gotten a good deal of attention in the media over the last few years, and many of us are familiar with the fact that hoarding and obsessive-compulsive disorder are often related. The DSM-5 lists both hoarding and OCD … Continue reading

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OCD and Neurofeedback

I came across a very interesting article a few days ago about a possible new treatment for OCD on the horizon. Nope, it’s not a new medication, deep brain stimulation (DBS) or focused ultrasound. It involves real-time functional magnetic imaging … Continue reading

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