The first part of understanding and gaining awareness of OCD is to know what is OCD? At the beginning of this OCD Awareness week I believe it is important to let people really understand what OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is and what it is not. Learn here…
As I tell my clients, it is about awareness which helps us down a new path of healing. That is what this week is all about becoming aware of OCD and the affects it has on people and the world. And so it begins…
This is the tapping recording for IWC Podcast 6 The Sponge Years
The first years of a child’s life are the times when that child is taking it all in with little to no filters. These are the formative years that are so important. It is during this time that we can create a positive life or we can start to develop issues including OCD. Child development needs to be a parents highest goal.
Janet Singer is an advocate for OCD awareness, with the goal of spreading the word that obsessive-compulsive disorder, no matter how severe, is treatable. In 2008, her son Dan suffered from OCD so debilitating he could not even eat.
Janet is the author of Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery (Rowman & Littlefield, January 2015) which recounts her family’s story. She writes regularly for PsychCentral and was a long-time contributor to Mentalhelp.net.
She has also been the keynote speaker at OCD and NAMI conferences. She started her own blog, ocdtalk, in 2010, and it currently reaches readers in 176 countries. She uses a pseudonym to protect her son’s privacy.
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Tapping Recording for Podcast 5 Raising the Inner Child