Monthly Archives: August 2017

Helping Teachers Understand OCD

The last in a series of school-related posts…. I’ve previously written about how important and necessary I believe it is for educators to have, at the very least, a basic knowledge of OCD and other brain disorders. The Child Mind … Continue reading

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And The Winners Are……..

Thanks to everyone who entered my book give-away contest! Two winners were selected using random.org and I’m please to announce their names: Bobbie Slade Dina Mcelfresh Congratulations! Please email me at ocdtalk@yahoo.com by August 30, 2017 and include your mailing … Continue reading

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Back to School with an OCD Checklist

A previously-shared post – helpful for this time of year……… Dr. Aureen Pinto Wagner has compiled a checklist of ways obsessive-compulsive disorder might affect kids at school, or in relation to school. While the article is geared directly toward kids, … Continue reading

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Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery…Some News and a Book Giveaway!

Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery was first published in January 2015 and has reached many people in the United States and beyond. I am happy to announce that the book is now being published in paperback and will be … Continue reading

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OCD and Time Management

Thoughts on time management as young people head back to school and college. A version of this post first appeared on my blog in April 2013… Time management is a hot topic these days. Whether related to the workplace, school, … Continue reading

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Back to School with OCD

For the next few weeks I’ll be sharing previously-written timely posts about school, college and transitions….. I’ve previously written about taking obsessive-compulsive disorder to college, where I focused on establishing a good support system for those with OCD who are … Continue reading

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