Is Not Talking to My Child’s OCD Making Them Suffer?

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I get this question so often that I thought it deserved a whole podcast. One of the first things OCD therapists often teach parents is how to pull back their reassurance. This can make a parent feel very uncomfortable and I get it. I have kids with OCD myself.

I discuss how to pull back these reassurances in a loving, compassionate way and how this can help your child's long term success.

Parents want to know they are doing the right thing, especially when everything feels counterintuitive. 

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast I discuss how to pull back these reassurances in a loving, compassionate way. I also explain how this is helping your child’s long-term success.

 

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