When Anxiety and OCD Themes Impact the Ability to Get Help

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There are many times when the actual theme of our child’s anxiety or OCD can undermine their ability to get help. How are we supposed to help our kids (or clients/patients) when the very nature of helping is triggering their anxiety or OCD?

I explore the most common ways anxiety and OCD themes get in the way of helping and what parents and therapists can do when it happens.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I explore the most common ways anxiety and OCD themes get in the way of helping and what parents and therapists can do when it happens.

 

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