OCD Treatment - How to do ERP for Pure OCD
In this video, I talk about the Exposure and Response Prevention and how it applies to the treatment of Pure OCD. The whole point of ERP is to expose yourself to or experience something that triggers your anxiety and then prevent yourself from responding with compulsions.
When you do this correctly you allow yourself to achieve habituation and successfully face down your fears. In this video, I give a brief description of how to apply ERP with Pure OCD treatment.
00:00 All right. Hello and welcome to this episode where I'm going to talk about Erp for pure ocd. So again, my name is Matt Codde. I'm a licensed clinical social worker and the founder of the OCD Academy. And in this video I want to talk about is a really common question I did where when we talk about Erp and, um, people say, well, why don't do compulsion? So what if I don't do compulsion's or you know, what...
Pure OCD Treatment - ERP for Pure OCD
In this video, I talk about how to do ERP for Pure O OCD. This is the third of three videos and in this video, I provide a general explanation of how to apply Exposure and Response Prevention to the treatment process of Pure OCD.
00:00 All right. Hey there and welcome to part three of this series on treating pure ocd. My name is Makati. I'm a licensed clinical social worker down in southern California and in part one and two I really talked about, you know, what is pure ocd, why it's kind of a myth. And then in part two I talked about mental compulsion's and in this part I want to talk about how we do Erp with someone who's experiencing, you know, the quote pure ocd. Now again, first and foremost, we need to understand that pure ocd is not just purely obsessional, there's almost always compulsion's involved and the kind of the gold standard for treatment when it comes...
Pure OCD Treatment - Mental Compulsions
In this video, I talk about the treatment process for Pure O OCD. This is the second of three videos and in this video, I provide a general explanation of mental compulsions as they relate to Pure OCD treatment.
00:00 All right. Hello and welcome to part two. Again, my name's Matt. I'm a licensed clinical social work and I'm the founder of the OCD Academy. And in this video we're going to talk about, um, mental compulsion is when it comes to pure ocd. And so, like I said in part one, if you haven't seen part one, be sure to check that out before this video because there's a three-part series, but in part one I talked about this idea of ocd and how, you know, the four parts of, of the OCD cycle with the obsession, the compulsion, and um, I'm sorry, the obsession, the uncertainty, the doubt, and then the compulsion and then the relief. And in, in a typical ocd, um, experience,...
In this video, I talk about the treatment process for Pure O OCD. This is the first of three videos and in this video, I provide a general overview and explanation of Pure OCD.
00:00 All right. Hey there and welcome to this video. In this video I'm going to talk about pure OCD and this is actually going to be a three-part series. So I'm in this first video, I'm going to talk about what pure OCD is. In the second video I'm actually going to talk about different mental compulsion's. And in the third video I'm going to talk about how to apply Erp when it comes to pure OCD. So first and foremost, I just want to introduce myself. My name's Mac Hottie I'm a licensed clinical social worker down in California and I'm the founder of the OCD Academy. And so, uh, in one of the reasons I wanted to make this video series is because I've had a lot of questions about this idea of a pure ocd and how to treat it and why it's so...
A common sub-type of OCD is something known as “Pure Obsessional OCD” or “Pure O OCD” or “Pure OCD.” A person who suffers with Pure OCD will experience various obsessive thoughts, but will generally not display any noticeable outward compulsive behaviors (Hence the phrase “Pure Obsessional OCD”). These obsessive thoughts are reported to be intrusive and unwanted by the sufferer. Additionally the thoughts experienced by the sufferer usually include the individual engaging in an act that person considers to be immoral or inappropriate. For people that struggle with Pure O OCD, these thoughts can be very troubling and painful, specifically because they are often very against the person’s true character.
Since people with Pure O OCD are often unaware that they are suffering from a sub-type of OCD and much of what they experience happens in their mind, they often suffer in silence for many years. It is also important to note that...
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