Monthly Archives: January 2019

OCD and Emetophobia

  The fear of vomiting, or emetophobia, affects people of all ages. It is often seen in childhood and if left untreated, can become debilitating. It is also known to develop during adulthood, perhaps after an associated experience such as … Continue reading

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Distinguishing Between GAD and OCD

  As many parents of children with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) will tell you, getting the right diagnosis is half the battle. Getting the right treatment is the other half. It’s true that OCD can be tough to diagnose, especially in … Continue reading

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Helping Families Affected by OCD

As many of us well know, OCD is a family affair, and family members typically have a lot to learn when dealing with their loved one’s obsessive-compulsive disorder. This recent podcast episode and blog post by Dr. Seth Gillihan covers a … Continue reading

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A New Facebook Support Group

Happy New Year to everyone! I hope it’s a year filled with good things for you and your loved ones. I’d like to spread the word about a new and important Facebook support group that has been created by Seth … Continue reading

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