Do you have clients who don’t get well, and struggle with low mood and lack of interest in anything? Most of my clients get better
One of the most extraordinary changes I have seen during my 30-year career as a therapist has been the attitude shift about self-disclosure in therapy
When my client Mary first came to see me, her resilience and stress tolerance were low. She sought treatment for OCD, perfectionism, and the resulting
I am learning a new treatment for OCD called Inference Based CBT. And, I HATE learning new things. I don’t like the time it takes.
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