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An App to Enhance OCD Treatment – nOCD

I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Stephen Smith, the face behind the app known as nOCD. I was impressed with Stephen’s intelligence, enthusiasm, and passion as he explained why he created this app and how it acts as … Continue reading

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OCD and Exciting Research

Ever hear of mGluR5? Sapap3? I surely hadn’t until this past week when some results from research conducted at Duke University were revealed. I’m no scientist, so in the most basic of layman’s terms, this is how I understand it: … Continue reading

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OCD and Imaginal Exposures

As we know, exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy is the psychological treatment of choice for OCD. Basically, the person with OCD is exposed to his or her obsessions, feels the anxiety, and refrains from engaging in rituals to reduce … Continue reading

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OCD Toolboxes

I see the term “OCD toolbox” being used quite a bit these days. I like it. Just as personifying OCD allows us to view the disorder as separate from the OCD sufferer, the OCD toolbox gives us a way to … Continue reading

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