Holidays can be stressful for families but they don’t have to be. How to best handle the kids, activities, fun and anxiety during the holidays. Join me as we go back to 2018 and this throwback Thursday holiday podcast.
Laurie Singer is a licensed marriage and family therapist and board-certified in applied behavior analysis founder of Laurie Singer Behavioral Services, Inc.
Motivated by her own personal tragedy, Laurie has devoted her life to the field of mental health with a clear vision in mind: to create a team approach for helping individuals resolve behavioral and other mental health issues by applying a unique combination of behavioral and cognitive behavioral therapies.
Her first book titled “You’re Not Crazy: Living with Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes” uses case studies from her successful practice in a delivered in a digestible, narrative format including worksheets designed for the individual to take control of their lives.
Since losing her two-year-old son Jacob Singer to cancer in 1987, she has coordinated an annual fun run and fundraiser (Jacob’s Run) in support of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’s Child Life Program, which provides playrooms and support for patients and their families. To date, more than $350,000 has been raised in support. Join us now for the rest of the story…
This past weekend was the 2021 OCD Conference online and the big topics were ERP and ACT. In this podcast we review an interview with Jill Stoddard talking about ACT (Acceptance Commitment Therapy) Join us for that conversation…
This week is OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and this past week was the online International OCD Foundation conference. It was filled with workshop segments dealing all aspects of OCD and anxiety. Join us for the discussion about the conference and a look back at one of the conferences biggest subject – ERP
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What happened to the distraction that would help me not go looping through my thoughts? The pandemic took them away. Damn you pandemic for making my OCD worse! How did that happen? What does it mean? Find out…listen now
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