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  1. Freedom from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Personalized Recovery Program for Living with Uncertainty by Jonathan Grayson, 2004-09-07
  2. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders: A Complete Guide to Getting Well and Staying Well by Fred Penzel, 2000-10-19
  3. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Survival Guide For Family And Friends by Roy C., 1999-02-23
  4. Overcoming Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Client Manual: A Behavioral and Cognitive Protocol for the Treatment of OCD (Best Practices Series) by Gail Steketee, 2008-10-16
  5. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Demystified: An Essential Guide for Understanding and Living with OCD (Demystified (Da Capo Press)) by Ph.D. Cheryl Carmin, 2009-06-30
  6. Can Christianity Cure Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?: A Psychiatrist Explores the Role of Faith in Treatment by Ian Osborn MD, 2008-04-01
  7. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (Advances in Psychotherapy; Evidence-Based Practice) by Jonathan S. Abramowitz, 2006-02-16
  8. Freeing Your Child from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Powerful, Practical Program for Parents of Children and Adolescents by Tamar E. Chansky, 2001-07-10
  9. The Thought that Counts: A Firsthand Account of One Teenager's Experience with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (Adolescent Mental Health Initiative) by Jared Kant with, Martin FranklinPh.D. and, et all 2008-03-04
  10. Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques (Overcoming ...) by David Veale, Robert Willson, 2009-01-06
  11. What to do when your Child has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: Strategies and Solutions by Aureen Pinto Wagner Ph.D., 2002-09-15
  12. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: The Latest Assessment and Treatment Strategies by Gail Steketee, Teresa A. Pigott, 2006-06-01
  13. Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (Clinical Application of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy) by Lata K. McGinn, 1999-06-01
  14. Mastery of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach Client Workbook (Treatments That Work) by Edna B. Foa, Michael J. Kozak, 2004-11-11

1. Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation
Not-for-profit organization of people with OCD and related disorders, their families, and mental health Category Health Mental Health Anxiety Obsessive-Compulsive......The ObsessiveCompulsive Foundation is a community of those who have an interest in obsessive-compulsive disorder or related neurobiological disorders and

2. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
. American Description......Use the online diagnostic questionnaire, and read articles and booklets on the treatment and management of this disorder. obsessivecompulsive disorder.
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3. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
A look at what the disorder is, what causes it, and how it can be diagnosed and treated.
KidsHealth Kids Dealing With Feelings
Every morning, Sarah takes a long bath and gets dressed before school just like other kids. But after she's done, she washes her hands and arms for an hour before breakfast. She wants to stop, but her hands just don't feel clean enough and she can't get herself to turn off the water. Sometimes she scrubs her hands so hard that they become red and raw. After eating, she feels she has to wash again and clean her bedroom until it's spotless. It takes so long to wash and dress that Sarah has to rush to get to school on time. Even if she makes it before the final bell, her days are miserable. She tries not to touch doorknobs or handrails, worrying that if she does she may catch a serious disease. She gets behind in her class work because she needs to keep checking it over and over. During a quiz or test Sarah checks and rechecks every answer and erases anything that isn't perfectly straight or neat. Sometimes she erases so hard it tears the paper. But she worries that if it's not perfect, something terrible may happen. All this worry, checking, and fixing takes so long that Sarah hardly ever finishes the test before time is up. So even though she knows the work, she often gets an incomplete or even fails. At night, Sarah can't go to bed until she has straightened her already clean room and bathed several times. There's little time for homework. Often she stays up late getting things in her room "just right" and is tired the next day.

4. Mental Help Net - OCD & Tic Disorders
obsessivecompulsive disorder resource offers a center full of diagnosis and treatment information, forums, and related mental health links.
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Site, LLC 570 Metro Place Dublin, OH 43017 NEWSLETTER Create, Edit, or Delete Your Newsletter Account RESOURCES Community News Book Reviews Psych Self-Help ... Therapists/Clinics SERVICES Conferences List Practice/Clinic Search Jobs Post Jobs ... Topic Home · Related: Mental Disorders Tourettes Syndrome Introduction Mental Help Net Staff Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder where a person has recurrent and unwanted ideas or impulses (called obsessions) and an urge or compulsion to do something to relieve the discomfort caused by the obsession. The obsessive thoughts range from the idea of losing control, to themes surrounding religion or keeping things or parts of one's body clean all the time. Compulsions are behaviors that help reduce the anxiety surrounding the obsessions. Most people (90%) who have OCD have both obsessions and compulsions. The thoughts and behaviors a person with OCD has are senseless, repetitive, distressing, and sometimes harmful, but they are also difficult to overcome. OCD is more common than schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or panic disorder, according to the National Institute of Mental Health. Yet, it is still commonly overlooked by mental health professionals, mental health advocacy groups, and people who themselves have the problem.

5. OC & Spectrum Disorders Association
Lists support groups in California for sufferers of obsessivecompulsive disorder. Also offers a list of related books and references.
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6. MEDLINEplus: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
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  • 7. -- Online Catalog: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    Helps parents secure a diagnosis, manage family life, understand medical interventions, explore therapeutic interventions, get care within their existing healthcare plan, and navigate the special education system.
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    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    By Mitzi Waltz
    April 2000
    Series: Patient-Centered Guide
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    401 pages, $24.95 US, $36.95 CA
    Buy from O'Reilly: Buy Online at: select a store O'Reilly Bookpool Borders Digital Guru Foyles PC Bookshop (UK) Powell's Quantum Readme.doc Reiter's San Diego Technical Books Softpro Stacey's Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is one of the most common psychiatric problems faced by children. Childhood OCD can be a truly debilitating disability, not just a minor problem or personality quirk. The good news is that it is very treatable. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder helps parents secure a diagnosis, manage family life, understand medical interventions, explore therapeutic interventions, get care within their existing healthcare plan, and navigate the special education system. [

    8. An Evolutionary Hypothesis For Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
    Abed, Riadh T and de Pauw, Karel W (1999) An Evolutionary Hypothesis for obsessivecompulsive disorder A Psychological Immune System?. Behavioural Neurology 11245-250.

    9. Dr. Grohol's Psych Central - OCD Screening Quiz (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder)
    Discover whether you suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder with this quick online screening test.Category Health Mental Health Anxiety Obsessive-Compulsive......obsessivecompulsive disorder SCREENING. Use this brief screening measureto help determine if you need to see a mental health professional
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    Use this brief screening measure to help
    determine if you need to see a mental health
    professional for diagnosis and treatment of OCD
    (obsessive-compulsive disorder). Instructions:
    This is a screening measure to help you determine whether you might have an obsessive-compulsive disorder that needs professional attention. This screening measure is not designed to make a diagnosis of a disorder or take the place of a professional diagnosis or consultation. For each item, indicate the extent to which it is true, by checking the appropriate box next to the item.
    Have you been bothered by unpleasant thoughts or images that repeatedly enter your mind, such as...
      concerns with contamination (dirt, germs, chemicals, radiation) or acquiring a serious illness such as AIDS?
      overconcern with keeping objects (clothing, groceries, tools) in perfect order or arranged exactly?
      images of death or other horrible events?
      personally unacceptable religious or sexual thoughts?

    10. Understanding Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
    Information on this condition written from a personal perspective. Includes descriptions of related disorders, a list of books, and links to online resources.
    HOME. Basic Info. Treatments. Support. ... Stories.
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    Add FeedBack. My Story. Intro Personal Stories. Personal Stories Art. Oct. 18th 2002, 1 New Entry. Share your Personal Story. Add Obsessions/Compulsion. Add Support Group. Add Book Title. ... Give FeedBack. SEARCH. This Site The Web HOARDING. Check out the Hoarding WebSite that has been included to this Site. Find more information on the why's and what people Hoard, Links and Tips and Ideas. ARTICLE. Gene defect linked to obsessive-compulsive disorder. Further study required to determine if genetic variant is key in determining alterations in serotonin in brain. Click Here to go to the full article. Click here for a daily FACT or QUOTE. TAKE a QUIZ. PARTICIPATE IN a POLL. TAKE a TEST. ... Stories.

    11. Brainphysics Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Web Site
    A site about personal struggles with this condition, emphasizing religious, sexual, and eating issues. Includes bulletin board, chat room, and links to research articles.
    Dedicated to all who partner in the struggle against obsessions, compulsions, and anxiety.
    What is OCD? OCD is an acronym for Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder. The obsessions and compulsions caused by the disorder are unwanted and sometimes horrifying. The compulsions are repetitive and senseless. The stress and anxiety can be best described as a continuous mental scream. more... Take this Survey!
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    The Scream, 1893 OCD and the Christian
    Maybe you've heard others say things like, "Why can't you pull it together?" or "You don't have enough faith in God ," or "Just cut it out." You recognize that your thoughts or behaviors seem crazy, but you can't stop . No one seems to understand how much misery this is causing you... Recommended Reading
    in Association with S O M E T R U E L I F E S T O R I E S Along for the Ride
    Just for Spouses Escape from the Hamburger
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    YBOCS On-Line Self Diagnostic (more about the test...)

    12. Anxiety Disorders In Children And Adults
    Articles on the diagnosis and treatment of separation anxiety, obsessivecompulsive disorder, and agoraphobia.

    13. Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation: What Is OCD?
    Here are answers to the most commonly asked questions about OCD. What Is ObsessiveCompulsiveDisorder? What are the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder?
    Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation
    What Is OCD?
    If you or someone you care about has been diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), you may feel you are the only person facing the difficulties of this illness. But you are not alone . In the United States, 1 in 50 adults currently has OCD, and twice that many have had it at some point in their lives. Fortunately, very effective treatments for OCD are now available to help you regain a more satisfying life. Here are answers to the most commonly asked questions about OCD.
    What Is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?
    Worries, doubts, superstitious beliefs all are common in everyday life. However, when they become so excessive such as hours of hand washing or make no sense at all such as driving around and around the block to check that an accident didn't occur then a diagnosis of OCD is made. In OCD, it is as though the brain gets stuck on a particular thought or urge and just can't let go. People with OCD often say the symptoms feel like a case of mental hiccups that won't go away. OCD is a medical brain disorder that causes problems in information processing. It is not your fault or the result of a "weak" or unstable personality. Before the arrival of modern medications and cognitive behavior therapy, OCD was generally thought to be untreatable. Most people with OCD continued to suffer, despite years of ineffective psychotherapy. Today, luckily, treatment can help most people with OCD. Although OCD is usually completely curable only in some individuals, most people achieve meaningful and long-term symptom relief with comprehensive treatment.

    14. Anxiety Disorders Among Children
    A source of information regarding the more common types of anxiety disorders, such as separation anxiety, panic disorder, social phobias, and obsessivecompulsive disorder.
    Common anxiety and related problems among children For more information, click on the disorder that interests you: - Fears of being away from Mom and Dad
    or of sleeping alone - fear and avoidance of elevators, heights or water
    - fear and avoidance of certain animals, insects
    - unreasonable fear of needles or blood - physical sensations like racing heart, trouble catching breath, dizziness
    - panic attacks or feeling really scared out of the blue - frequent prolonged worrying
    - worries that are hard to control - uncomfortable shyness
    - reluctance to talk or interact or attend social events - intrusive unpleasant thoughts
    - need to repeat certain actions - involuntary muscle movement
    - repetitive vocalizations - repetitive pulling of hair home anxiety problems studies treatment ... contact us

    15. NIMH - Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    National Institute of Mental Health answers key questions concerning obsessivecompulsive disorder. Take an OCD screening test and access links. obsessive-compulsive disorder. Revised 1996. Reprinted 1999.
    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Revised 1996. Reprinted 1999. 20p. NIH 99-3755 What is OCD? How common is OCD? Key Features of OCD What causes OCD? ... References
    What is OCD?
    Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), one of the anxiety disorders, is a potentially disabling condition that can persist throughout a person's life. The individual who suffers from OCD becomes trapped in a pattern of repetitive thoughts and behaviors that are senseless and distressing but extremely difficult to overcome. OCD occurs in a spectrum from mild to severe, but if severe and left untreated, can destroy a person's capacity to function at work, at school, or even in the home.
    The case histories in this brochure are typical for those who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disordera disorder that can be effectively treated. However, the characters are not real. Home Public Mental Disorder Info Top
    How Common Is OCD?
    Although OCD symptoms typically begin during the teenage years or early adulthood, recent research shows that some children develop the illness at earlier ages, even during the preschool years. Studies indicate that at least one-third of cases of OCD in adults began in childhood. Suffering from OCD during early stages of a child's development can cause severe problems for the child. It is important that the child receive evaluation and treatment by a knowledgeable clinician to prevent the child from missing important opportunities because of this disorder. Home Public Mental Disorder Info Top
    Key Features of OCD

    16. NIMH - Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    Discusses the diagnosis of obsessivecompulsive disorder (OCD), its prevalence among both children and adults. Describes types of treatment, both pharmacotherapy and behavioral therapy.
    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Discusses the diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), its prevalence among both children and adults. Describes types of treatment, both pharmacotherapy and behavioral therapy. Gives sources of information for both the individual who has OCD and the family. Available online only. View Revised 1996. Reprinted 1999. 20p. NIH 99-3755
    FOR THE PUBLIC (Booklets, Fact Sheets, and Summaries)
    Current Studies on Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

    17. Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder
    Similar pages NIMH obsessive-compulsive disorderPicture of the NIMH logo, obsessive-compulsive disorder.
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    18. Perry Zand M.D., Psychiatrist, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Specialist, New Je
    Specializing in obsessivecompulsive disorders (OCD). Practice in southern New Jersey.
    Text-only Home What's OCD? Therapy ... Links A southern New Jersey psychiatrist who has specialized in treating OCD for over twenty years, using behavioral therapy, medication - and respect. Please do not send email to Dr. Zand - nothing personal, he just doesn't do email. If you wish you may call or write him at the addresses on the contact page. If you live outside New Jersey, Philadelphia, or Northern Delaware, please go to our links page to find a psychiatrist near you who specializes in OCD.
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    19. Jesus Saves! Help For The Mentally Depressed.
    The author offers advice on depression, obsessivecompulsive disorder and insects on his page.
    Welcome to my clinic and laboratory!
    Here you can find advice on depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder and others. Here you can also find insects, whether pests or not.
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    My name is Chaw Siang Long. I once worked as an assistant research officer(Entomology) in the Singapore Botanic Gardens. Although I am not a psychologist, I have read books on mental disorders. I had also suffered from depression long time ago. So, you can be sure I understand you, if you are depressed. In case you don't know what is Entomology, it is about the study of insects. Please give me more time to read my book on HTML. Thank you very much. I will be back!
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  • 20. Frequently Asked Questions About OCD
    Answers to the most frequently asked questions about obsessivecompulsive disorder.
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