How to Tell When Your Child Needs Professional Help for OCD or Anxiety

You watch the child you once knew slowly disappear. The stress, the worry is slowly consuming them. Morphing them into someone you don’t completely recognize. Is this something you can handle? Are there things you should be doing differently? How are you supposed to know when you should get professional help for OCD or anxiety?

How are you supposed to know when to get your child professional help for OCD or anxiety? As a therapist I get that question often. Here is my response…

As a therapist, I get asked that question often. Here is my response…

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