Winter 2006 – Vol 20, Num 1

IN THIS ISSUE: “But I Love My Kids…”: Parents Who Think About Harming Their Children by Fred Penzel, PhD Interview with Dr. Zasio Aboutt Newlly Opened Centterr Book Review Continuing Thoughts on Mental Gardening – Crowding Out OCD Weeds: Part II by Ginger E. Blume, PhD Research Digest: CBT Special Needs Trust – How It… Read more »

Spring 2006 – Vol 20, Num 2

IN THIS ISSUE: The Use of Family Therapy for Adolescents in a Residential Setting by Bradley C. Riemann, PhD and Katherine Tacks, MSW The Ft. Lauderdale Support Group by Bruce M. Hyman, PhD, LCSW Research Digest Update on A Spectrum Disorder: Body Dysmorphic Disorder by Elana Golan Guidelines for Living with OCD – An excerpt… Read more »

Late Spring 2006 – Vol 20, Num 3

IN THIS ISSE: Book Review of “Cognitive Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder:A Guide for Professionals” by Sabine Wilhelm, PhD and Gail Steketee, PhD On The Air and (Soon) Out In The Open by Jeff Bell Research Digest: BDD New Program for Children and Adolescents at Western Psychiatric Institute (Interview) Two Perspectives on Siblings: What’s Their Role… Read more »

Summer 2006 – Vol 20, Num 4

IN THIS ISSUE: Management of Substance Use Disorder in OCD by Jon Grant, JD, MD, MPH and Suck Won Kim, MD Feeling Impermanence or “Now You Feel it, Now You Don’t” by Patricia M. Perrin, PhD Research Digest: CBT andd SRIs OCD, Recovery and Real Estate: A Story About Getting Well and Giving Back Overcoming… Read more »

Fall 2006 – Vol 20, Num 5

IN THIS ISSUE Patient–Therapist Team Knocks Out OCD By Jerry Bubrick, PhD Gosh, I Dislike the Way I Look! by Fugen Neziroglu, PhD, Alicia Slavis, PhD OCD and Anorexia by Eda Gorbis, PhD, MFT, & Jenny C. Yip, PsyD I Was Just Thinking: Fear, Advertising and OCD by Jared Kant Research Digest An Interview with… Read more »

Late Fall 2006 – Vol 20, Num 6

IN THIS ISSUE: Long-Term Outcome Study of OCD at the Yale OCD Clinic by Michael H. Bloch, MD, Suzanne Wasylink, RCN, Philip A. Dombrowski, BA, Angeli Landeros-Weisenberger, MD, Vladimir Coric, MD Training Clinicians to Treat OCD: The Behavior Therapy Institute Experience by Charles Brady, PhD It’s Not Easy Being Clean by Matthew Rahuba, BS, and… Read more »