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Focusing on helping kids change their obsessive thoughts, tolerate ...
Focusing on helping kids change their obsessive thoughts, tolerate uncertainty, develop positive self-talk and stress management, advocate for their needs in school, find successful relaxation procedures, and face their fears, the book includes workbook-style pages for kids to complete. By interviewing kids with OCD from across the country, the author offers tons of advice, information, and ideas for students, by students just like them. This handy guidebook is sure to help children with OCD change their behaviors and conquer their worries, discovering a sense of accomplishment and achievement.
A Note for Your Parents xi
Chapter 1 What is OCD? 16
Chapter 2 How to Overcome OCD 30
Chapter 3 Developing Your Ladder 46
Chapter 4 Learning How to Relax 72
Chapter 5 Challenging Obsessive Thoughts and Worries 92
Chapter 6 Tolerating Uncertainty 110
Chapter 7 Facing Your Fears: Exposure/Response Prevention 118
Chapter 8 Becoming Resilient to OCD: Going the Extra Mile With Exposures 136
Chapter 9 Stress Management 146
Chapter 10 Congratulations: Celebrate Yourself and Your Accomplishments 160
Conclusions: Best Wishes for Continued Success 169
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I bought this book for my 10 year old son who is ADHD and OCD. He really got into reading it and started to understand why he does certain things. He was even bringing the book to us and pointing things out.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.