Introducing the Tame Your OCD Workbook – the ultimate guide to understanding and managing your obsessive-compulsive disorder. This comprehensive 30+page workbook provides in-depth knowledge about OCD, including symptoms, triggers, and treatment options.
But this isn’t just a book filled with clinical explanations and jargon. The Tame Your OCD Workbook is designed to help you gain a better understanding of your own experience with OCD and take you step-by-step through the most effective strategies for managing it.
The workbook contains easy-to-follow exercises and practical advice, all authored by Registered Psychologist Michelle McClintock. This workbook takes you on a journey towards a better life, free from the shackles of this distressing and often hidden condition.
In this workbook, you’ll learn how to identify your own personal cycle of obsessions and compulsions, (including triggers, thoughts, compulsive behaviours, and underlying fears). And this will empower you to face your OCD head-on, and stop running in fear from those intrusive thoughts. through facing your OCD, you will actually learn to rewire your brain and reduce the frequency and intensity of OCD thoughts and impulses.
The Tame Your OCD Workbook equips you with the gold standard in tools and techniques to help overcome your obsessions and compulsions, and begin to develop greater peace of mind.
Don’t let Obsessive Compulsive disorder control your life any longer. Take charge of your mental health with the Tame Your OCD Workbook, a simple and helpful resource for anyone struggling with this debilitating disorder. Order your copy today and start your journey towards a brighter, more fulfilling future.
NB: To get the best outcome, it is recommended that you use this workbook in conjunction with regular therapy sessions with a registered Psychologist. Please get in touch to discuss your needs and schedule your first appointment with Michelle. (Sessions offered in-person, by phone and via video meeting).
For more information about Obsessive Compulsive disorder, please check out my article OCD: The Invisible Burden