These OCD resources & BFRB materials compliment anxiety tools on this site, specifically the Tool 20/20/20. Recommended Reading: Grayson, J. (2014). Freedom From Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Personalized Recovery Program For Living With Uncertainty.
Use materials on this site with therapist of your choice.
This video discusses obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) as well as its prevalence, causes, symptoms and current treatments. Video by McMaster Demystifying Medicine students Kavena Sivakumar, Alice Nassar, Halla Rahman, Waleed Dhillon and Elise MacLean 6 min 2017
People with OCD experience obsessions, which are specific thoughts that are intense and intrusive. Treatment options may include ERP and medication. 5 min 2020
Call it by it's name. OCD is a brain thing. This video helps you understand how thoughts get stuck in your head | 3 min | 2015
The OCD Monster 2018 | Tauscha Johanson | TEDx 13 min
As mother to an OCD daughter, Tauscha Johanson describes their family’s discovery of how to starve the monster, making it weaker in the process, and everyone’s life a little better.
"Unlocking more intricacies of OCD and PTSD with two incredible specialists. A must-watch for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). 2022
#8 Overcoming Trichotillomania: The Power of Awareness BFRB stands for Body Focused Repetitive Behavior, a family of conditions that include compulsive hair pulling (trichotillomania), skin picking (dermatillomania) and nail biting (onychophagia). These are the most common mental health disorders with approximately 1 in 20 Americans affected.
Aneela Idnani | TEDxFargo 2019 11 minutes
Telka's OCD tools, resources and recommendations are not medical care however you are welcome to use her tools with the health care provider of your choice. Always consult your own health care professional for the treatment of mental illness and other medical needs.