When Your Child with Anxiety or OCD Needs to Control the House

Anxiety or OCD can make you feel like you house has been hijacked. It can make you feel like your home is not your own. Having a child with anxiety or OCD can often mean, having a controlling child.

Do you have a child with anxiety or OCD who needs to control the house? Learn why kids often need to exert control and what to do about it.


Kids with anxiety or OCD can be controlling for many reasons. In this week’s podcast episode, I go over the reasons why a child feels the need to exert control, and what to do about it.

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Related Episodes on Raising a Child with Anxiety or OCD:

PSP 51: Learning How to Find the Core Fear Behind Your Child’s Anxiety or OCD

Ask the Child Therapist Episode 58: How to Not Get Sucked into Your Child’s OCD Loop


To find a local therapist who specializes in OCD go to www.iocdf.org/find-help