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Category: Response Prevention

Navigating Postpartum OCD: Making Space for Scary Thoughts

Navigating Postpartum OCD: Making Space for Scary Thoughts

Erica Russell, LMFT, LPCC, of the OCD Center of Los Angeles discusses the symptoms and treatment of Postpartum OCD and reflects on her own personal experience with the postpartum anxiety journey as she returns from maternity leave.

Connecting Vasovagal Syncope to Anxiety Reactions

Connecting Vasovagal Syncope to Anxiety Reactions

Mikayla Rodin, MA, AMFT, of the OCD Center of Los Angeles discusses the connection between VasoVagal Syncope and Anxiety, as well as sharing what the symptoms and treatment may look like for someone with this condition.

OCD: The Invisible Disorder

OCD: The Invisible Disorder The Invisible Disorder

Daniel Safavi, MA, AMFT, of the OCD Center of Los Angeles, discusses the sometimes sensitive and extremely powerful use of disclosure of one’s OCD, as well as some helpful guidelines when determining to self-disclose.

Relationship OCD: Accepting the Unknown in Relationships

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Brandi Roberts MS, AMFT, of the OCD Center of Los Angeles, shares her personal experience and recovery from relationship OCD (ROCD), as well as discusses the dynamics and treatment of this very common OCD subtype.

Go Big or Go Home: The Difference Between OCD and GAD (and My Experience with Both)

Go Big or Go Home: The Difference Between OCD and GAD (and My Experience with Both) Go Big or Go Home: The Difference Between OCD and GAD

Kristen Taylor-Ladd, MA, AMFT, of the OCD Center of Los Angeles, discusses the differences between, and often co-occurring, afflictions of OCD and GAD, as well as shares her personal experience with and way to recovery from both of these conditions.

Mindfulness-Based Response Prevention for OCD and Anxiety

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Chris Cincotta, LMFT, of the OCD Center of Los Angeles, discusses how to implement an effective mindfulness-based response prevention approach for the treatment of OCD and anxiety, and how to prevent mindfulness from becoming just another compulsion.

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