Three of the Most Commonly Missed Compulsions in Childhood OCD

OCD loves to hide. It loves to go undetected. We often think that compulsions are obvious behaviors, like over washing or over straightening. Things that we can see. Things we can measure.

In this week’s podcast episode, I talk to parents about the three most commonly missed compulsions in childhood OCD. Learn what they are and how to detect them.

But compulsions are often so much more complicated than that. They can be subtle. They can hide in plain sight.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I reveal the three most commonly missed compulsions in childhood OCD. If your child has OCD, it is highly likely that they are doing at least one of these.


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Raising a child with OCD can be exhausting. Especially when you don’t know how to respond to your child’s constant compulsions. It doesn’t have to be that way. 

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In the on-demand, online class, Learn How to Crush Your Child’s OCD, I walk you through everything I teach in my OCD therapy practice.

No more waiting until you hear back from a therapist. No more waiting until your child is ready to work on their issues. There are things you can do right now to make a difference. Even if you don’t have a therapist yet. Even if your child is not ready to work on their struggles. You can learn your next moves and you can learn them today.


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