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The Beating OCD Workbook: Teach Yourself

Stephanie Fitzgerald

2 Reviews

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Prose: non-fiction, Family & health, Coping with personal problems, Self-help & personal development

A practical way to control OCD and feel better

Are you suffering from OCD?
Do you want to learn techniques for overcoming destructive rituals or troubling thoughts?
Would you like lasting strategies to help you stay free of OCD for good?

This workbook provides an interactive course of CBT to tackle OCD. It doesn't just tell you how to feel better -- by using diagnostic tests, practical exercises and thought challenges, it will show you how to feel better. The coverage includes all the forms and presentations of OCD, while the exercises and support throughout will give you a feeling of real progress. Helpful sections for relatives on how to help you best will all go towards preventing future relapses and help you to regain control of your life for good.


"A great CBT workbook to guide towards OCD recovery" - Ashley Fulwood, Chief Executive of www.OCDUK.org

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Praise for The Beating OCD Workbook: Teach Yourself

  • Stephanie has a fantastic insight into the understanding of OCD sufferers and what they go through daily. She has a natural genuine approach to the delicate nature of dealing with people.

  • I would recommend ... to sufferers and people that want to try to understand OCD and how it affects people and how to deal with it. - Amazon Review of CBT Workbook

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Stephanie Fitzgerald

Dr Stephanie Fitzgerald is a Clinical Psychologist and accredited CBT therapist who specialises in the treatment of anxiety disorders, particularly obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). She has extensive experience of using evidence-based psychology, including CBT, to work with sufferers and their families, and also trains other health professionals to use these therapies effectively. Dr Fitzgerald has worked using CBT with a variety of disorders, and is familiar with adapting the approaches to meet the needs of a wide range of client-groups.

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