Winter 2003 – Vol 17, Num 1

IN THIS ISSUE: Scientific and Theological Perspectives on Scrupulosity: A Panel Discussion Compulsive Hoarding: New Developments in Treatment and Research by Gail Steketee, PhD Finch Program Provides Latest Developments in Psychosocial Intervention to Help People with OCD: An Interview with John Calamari, PhD Research Digest

Spring 2003 – Vol 17, Num 2

IN THIS ISSUE: Treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Hoarding in an Intensive Treatment Setting by Karron Maidment, RD, MA For Me, Sin Lurked Everywhere by Deborah Deasy New Developments in the Treatment of Impulse-Control Disorders by Suck Won Kim, MD Dr. Foa’s Center: Where It All Began – An Interview with Elna Yadin, PhD Research Digest:… Read more »

Late Spring 2003 – Vol 17, Num 3

IN THIS ISSUE: Hair Pulling, AKA, Trichotillomania: A Simple Habit or Complex Diagnosis? by Steven Phillipson, PhD OCD, Terrorism and War OCD In The Age of Terrorism by David J Keuler, PhD, Charles S. Mansueto, PhD, and Ruth G. Golomb, MEd Thoughts on the Effect of Terrorism and the War Against Iraq on People with… Read more »

Fall 2003 – Vol 17, Num 4

IN THIS ISSUE: Cognitive Therapy for OCD: What It Is, When To Use It and When Not! by Deb Osgood-Hynes, PsyD Does This Medication Make Me Look Fat? An Interview with Eda Gorbis, PhD New of Affiliates, Support Groups, and Friends of the Foundation UCLA Is Using PET Scans in OCD Research: In Interview with… Read more »

Late Fall 2003 – Vol 17, Num 5

IN THIS ISSUE: Relationship Between Body Dysmorphic Disorder and Social Phobia: Two Very Debilitating Disorders by Fugen Neziroglu, PhD, ABBP All Tangles Up: When OCD Has Multiple Layers by David A. Raush, PhD The Newsletter Interviews the Info Specialist at the Obsessive Compulsive Information Center Research Digest Ridding The Home of OCD by William M…. Read more »