The role of perseverance in anxiety and OCD treatment is a powerful one. When we nurture it in our clients, it can make miracles happen.
Providing evidence-based treatment to clients with anxiety and OCD is not only ethical, but it is essential. However, learning these treatments doesn’t help you navigate
This past week I had the privilege of spending two days presenting the live version of our 12-hour CBT for Anxiety and OCD course to
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
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