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OCD Subtypes: Recognition and Treatment Options

November 4, 2022
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


OCD is considered by the World Health Organization as one of the top ten most disabling conditions by the World Health Organization. This is baffling to many people who think OCD is just washing your hands or straightening things out. But, OCD is so much more. OCD can take on themes of harm, religion, or even pedophilic fears. This talk will help you to recognize the presence of OCD and the presence of the safety seeking behaviors that people with OCD do to try to feel better but actually lead them to get more stuck in the OCD. them with safety seeking behaviors and teaching them to tolerate uncomfortable experiences such as doubt, uncertainty, panic, and fear.

3.0 CE hours



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Oakton Community College 847.635.1438

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