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Caregivers

When to Seek Treatment for OCD

Most experts agree that it is time to seek treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder when the illness “interferes with your daily life.” While “interfering” can mean different things to different people,...
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Anger

Book Review: The Silenced Child

Oliver Sacks described listening as the only cardinal rule a practitioner must have. In her new book, The Silenced Child: From Labels, Medications, and Quick-Fix Solutions to Listening, Growth...
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Caregivers

Should OCD Be a Family Affair?

When my seventeen-year-old son Dan was first diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, I wanted details. What was he thinking, how was he feeling, is today better or worse than yesterday?...
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Book Reviews

Book Review: Beyond Borderline

What comes to mind when you hear the diagnostic term “borderline personality disorder”? As a mental health trauma therapist working with children, adolescents, and some adults, I have seen...
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