Helping Teens with OCD with Lisa Coyne

Most teens don’t want people to tell them what to do, especially their parents. So what are parents supposed to do when they desperately want to help their teen with OCD? Sometimes that can be tricky.

I talk to Lisa Coyne, author of Stuff That's Loud, about how to help our teens with OCD while respecting their independence.

In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I invited Lisa Coyne, the co-author of the book, Stuff That’s Loud and the founder and senior clinical consultant of the McLean OCD Institute for Children and Adolescents. She offers us some great guidance and a new perspective on how to help our teens through their OCD struggles.

To get the book, Stuff That’s Loud click here. Bookmark the website Stuff That’s Loud to keep a look out for new teen resources to come.


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Other books discussed in this week’s podcast:

Everything is an Emergency by Jason Adam Katzenstein

Stuff that Sucks by Ben Sedley

The ACT Workbook for Teens with OCD by Patricia Zurita Ona

 

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