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Talking back to OCD; the program that helps kids and teens say "no way" and parents say "way to go".

9781593853556

Talking back to OCD; the program that helps kids and teens say "no way" and parents say "way to go".

March, John S.

Guilford Pr.

2007

277 pages

$14.95

Paperback

RJ506

Featuring separate sections for parents and teens, this family resource offers practical suggestions for recovering from childhood obsessive compulsive disorder. It describes a set of cognitive behavioral techniques that are used in the OCD treatment program at Duke U. Medical Center. The emphasis is on encouraging young people to take charge of their recovery, whether working through the steps on their own or with a therapist.

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