Have you had the experience of listening to a podcast this year and learning something new that challenges your best practice approach with your clients?
Reassurance seeking can be a benign way to feel better or it can be a compulsion that cements one’s relationship with anxiety and OCD. It
How often do you tell your clients that self-care is non-negotiable? Hopefully, you tell them that as often as you practice it yourself. When we
Returning to school during Covid 19 is filled with uncertainty, sudden changes, and concerns for students, parents, teachers, and staff. At AnxietyTraining.com we can’t predict
When I talk about Inhibitory Learning Theory to the clinicians I train, I get one of three responses: What is that? I never heard of
Exposure and Response prevention for anxiety and OCD can be difficult in the best of circumstances, but when a client refuses to participate or family