The OCD Workbook for Teens: Manage Intrusive Thoughts and Compulsive Behavior with CBT and Mindfulness (Paperback)
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Give teens the tools to take control of their OCD
Living with obsessive-compulsive disorder can feel overwhelming and confusing, especially for teens. It’s tough for teens to manage the intrusive thoughts and behaviors that can disrupt their day, but The OCD Workbook for Teens can help. They’ll learn about what OCD really is, then find simple exercises and affirmations to help them manage their symptoms and feel more productive and happy every day.
- Based in mindfulness and CBT—Explore how cognitive behavioral therapy and mindful habits can treat OCD by helping teens differentiate compulsive and non-compulsive behaviors.
- Stories and case studies—Teens will find reassurance as they read about other teens with OCD and how they regained control of their lives with help from these strategies and exercises.
- Designed for teens—This book shows teens how to handle OCD in the face of modern-day teen stressors like school, social media, and thoughts of the future.
Help teens with OCD understand themselves, find their confidence, and thrive.
About the Author
ANTHONY BISHOP is a sufferer of OCD, and a licensed marriage and family therapist specializing in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders. Learn more at AllThingsOCD.com.
“Anthony Bishop is a talented clinician who knows what it's like to be a teenager suffering from OCD. More importantly, he knows how you can get well. This workbook is clear, practical, and teen-friendly—t's full of realistic case studies, evidence-based strategies, and interactive exercises. The OCD Workbook for Teens is a powerful tool that will let you take action against your own OCD.” —Richard S. Gallagher, LMFT, author of Stress-Free Small Talk and Conquer Social Anxiety Journal
“Anthony Bishop brings understanding, powerful tools, and incredible hope to teens tormented by OCD in this book that demystifies obsessive-compulsive disorder and teaches how to outsmart it. Loaded with exercises that take the power away from OCD, this book makes a wonderful accompaniment to OCD treatment.” —Michelle Witkin, PhD, psychologist, specialist in OCD and anxiety treatment
“Anthony uses his wealth of knowledge as a compassionate OCD therapist to equip his teenage readers with cutting edge psychological tools to not only avoid OCD’s nasty tricks but to fully engage in a rich and joyful life. Anthony adeptly integrates the most powerful and science-backed OCD strategies to guide his readers on ways to fundamentally change their relationship with intrusive thoughts. His use of profound metaphors, straightforward experiential exercises, and relevant examples will deeply resonate with almost any teen who suffers from OCD.” —Max Maisel PhD, clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of OCD and anxiety disorders