Stop Obsessing!

Stop Obsessing!

How to Overcome your Obsessions and Compulsions

Book - 2001
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Random House, Inc.
Newly Revised and Updated!

Are you tormented by extremely distressing thoughts or persistent worries?

Compelled to wash your hands repeatedly?

Driven to repeat or check certain numbers, words, or actions?

If you or someone you love suffers from these symptoms, you may be one of the millions of Americans who suffer from some form of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD.

Once considered almost untreatable, OCD is now known to be a highly treatable disorder using behavior therapy. In this newly revised edition of Stop Obsessing! Drs. Foa and Wilson, internationally renowned authorities on the treatment of anxiety disorders, share their scientifically based and clinically proven self-help program that has already allowed thousands of men and women with OCD to enjoy a life free from excessive worries and rituals.

You will discover:
• Step-by-step programs for both mild and severe cases of OCD
• The most effective ways to help you let go of your obsessions and gain control over your compulsions
• New charts and fill-in guides to track progress and make exercises easier
• Questionnaires for self-evaluation and in-depth understanding of your symptoms
• Expert guidance for finding the best professional help
• The latest information about medications prescribed for OCD

Baker & Taylor
Drawing on the latest clinical research, this updated handbook describes the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, explains how it can be treated with behavior therapy, and includes advice on reducing stress. Original.

Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2001
Edition: Revised edition
ISBN: 9780553381177
Branch Call Number: 616.852 FOA
Characteristics: xvii, 253 pages ; 21 cm
Additional Contributors: Wilson, Robert R. (Robert Reid)
Notes: Includes index


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Oct 08, 2014

I obsess about how a bat flew into the window of the stately Wayne Manor, when adult Bruce Wayne was pondering what secret identity to adopt as a crime fighter. After all, couldn't that rich dude afford screens in the mansion's windows? And what if it had been a pigeon, for gosh sakes? PigeonMan? Who would that name scare? [Sorry, I haven't yet read this book.]


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