In this week’s episode of the Purely OCD Podcast, show hosts Kelley Franke, LMFT, and Lauren Rosen, LMFT, get back to basics. To begin with, they talk about obsessions and compulsions. After that, they explain how people with OCD get stuck in the Obsessive-Compulsive Cycle. Learning how OCD functions is key to recovery, so Kelley and Lauren do a deep dive and cover examples too.
In this episode of the Purely OCD Podcast, Kelley Franke, LMFT, and Lauren Rosen, LMFT, talk about how OCD, anxiety and perfectionism can impact school. To begin with, the two offer information to help manage OCD in this context. To conclude the episode, they answer your questions.
In this episode of Purely OCD, Kelley Franke, LMFT, and Lauren Rosen, LMFT, discuss how guilt can play a role in OCD. To begin with, they explore how guilt and shame differ from each other. The two also chat about how to respond to the presence of guilt when it comes up with OCD. In addition, they answer questions from viewers.
In this episode of Purely OCD, show hosts Kelley Franke, LMFT, and Lauren Rosen, LMFT, discuss “Just Right” OCD. They talk about related obsessions (they could be about pretty much anything!) as well as compulsions. They also cover exposures and response prevention practice with this subtype. To conclude the episode, they answer your questions.
In this episode of Purely OCD, Kelley Franke, LMFT, and Lauren Rosen, LMFT, answer questions about obsessing about obsessing, obsessing about compulsing and other recovery related obsessions. During this episode they provide general education about this theme.
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