Tag Archives: OCD advocacy

Therapists with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

When I first became involved in OCD advocacy about six years ago, I would occasionally come across articles or books written by therapists whose bios revealed that they had OCD themselves. I always found this information comforting, because at the … Continue reading

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Interview on The Marilu Henner Show

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

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OCD and Early Treatment Experiences

  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

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The Power of Family

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!      

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Interview on Talking Books

For those of you who might be interested, I was recently interviewed by Michelle Martin for a radio show called Talking Books ( Radio Station 938LIVE in Singapore):  

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Ocdtalk – The State of the Blog

As we settle into a new year, I, like many others, have been taking stock of various aspects of my life. This blog has been an integral part of my identity for over five years now, and it has grown … Continue reading

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Casting Call!

I recently received an email from a casting producer who is looking for families with children or teenagers who are currently dealing with severe OCD. She is involved in a television project that aims to raise awareness of obsessive-compulsive disorder, … Continue reading

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