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Dr. Elizabeth McIngvale and other experts address how COVID-19 affects people living with OCD and anxiety disorders.
Listen to Dr. Lisa W. Coyne discuss strategies to help children and teens deal with anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder during COVID-19.
A former patient recounts his experience at McLean’s Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Institute.
Information for parents of children with obsessive compulsive disorder from Dr. Jacqueline Sperling.
In the Media: ‘I Was Overwhelmed.’ Jersey College Basketball Coach Opens Up About His Battle With OCD
A New Jersey basketball coach who was a patient at McLean Hospital recently shared his story of living with OCD.
In the Media: If You Love Someone With OCD, You May Need to Stop Reassuring Them That Everything Is OK
Lisa Coyne from OCDI Jr. discusses participating in your loved one’s OCD management.
A former McLean patient uses art to overcome the challenges of obsessive compulsive disorder.
Donald A. Davidoff, PhD, and Kay T. Jewels penned a letter to the editor about hoarding disorder.
A former McLean OCD Institute patient recounts his struggle with OCD in a new memoir.
Deconstructing Stigma participant, Lisa Cormier, shares her struggle with OCD.
Could understanding compulsions in dogs help develop new treatments for people with OCD? Dr. Michael Jenike from OCDI is mentioned.
OCD Institute’s Dr. Carol Hevia describes what it’s like to live with intrusive thoughts and the fear of acting impulsively.
Jessica, a Deconstructing Stigma participant, talks about her experience with OCD and anxiety disorders.
“I feel like maybe I have the opportunity make a difference in a person’s life or several. I wanted to give meaning to my struggles.” – Deconstructing Stigma participant Sean
OCD Institute’s Dr. Jennifer Cullen offers tips for busting a bad habit.
The International OCD Foundation has made great strides for people with OCD in the last 30 years, but it still has a long way to go, says the foundation’s director.
What happens when your child has obsessive compulsive disorder.
“Cognitive and behavioral therapies have been shown to successfully treat OCD. It is important to consult a psychiatrist to ensure accurate diagnosis and treatment, since the disorder can present in a multitude of clinical forms.” – Ipsit Vahia, MD
Diane Davey, program director of the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Institute, dispels common OCD myths.
“OCD does not need to get that bad in a kid. There is care, we can do this and as doctors in this field we need to raise more awareness.” – Lisa Coyne, PhD, Child and Adolescent OCD Institute