Relapse Prevention in the Treatment of OCD

Relapse Prevention in the Treatment of OCD By James Claiborn, PhD, ABPP Relapse prevention is a part of a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approach to treatment of OCD and most other disorders. The idea of relapse prevention was first developed

What is ACT?

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, What is its Effectiveness, and Should I Look Into It? by Michael Twohig, Ph.D. Michael P. Twohig, Ph.D. a licensed clinical psychologist in Utah and an assistant professor at Utah State University. He received

What Causes OCD?

What Causes OCD? While, we still do not know the exact cause or causes of OCD, research suggests that differences in the brain and genes of those affected may play a role. Is OCD a Brain Disorder? Research suggests that OCD involves problems in communication between the front part of the brain and deeper structures… Read more »