Misophonia – The sound of misery

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Let’s Talk MISOPHONIA “Anyone eating crisps is always going to set me off, the rustle of the packet is enough to start a reaction.” – BBC Article Misophonia: The sound of misery Blog by Jo Edge First published in the …

Getting the most out of remote therapy

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Getting the most out of remote CBT With the delivery of CBT online now the new norm, we have prepared a guide to help you get the most out of your remote therapy. This article was first published in the …

Opening the conversation…

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Since our inception we’re very proud of our inclusivity, but this year with events around the world we have taken stock to look at what more we can do to try and understand the problems that those from a Black, …

Surviving OCD and COVID-19 by Dr Lauren Callaghan

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Friend of OCD-UK, Dr Lauren Callaghan, is currently residing in Australia and inspired by the struggles we have been posting about wanted to try and help. So via Instagram she’s recently started posting a series of daily coping strategies and …

OCD and Coronavirus Survival Tips

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If you’re like us, the last thing you want to do is read yet another article or social media post about the coronavirus outbreak (or to give it the official name, COVID-19), but the ongoing public health concerns around the …

OCD and Coronavirus

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OCD and Coronavirus (COVID-19) Comment by Ashley Fulwood Chief executive of OCD-UK and someone with lived experience of OCD. As I lay there in the middle of the night, coughing to the point my chest felt like it was going …

Become an OCD-UK Young Ambassador!

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OCD Young Ambassador ProjectsAre you a young person with OCD? We want you to get involved! The onset of OCD at a young age can be distressing and confusing for children, young people and their families. Our Children, Young People …

CBT isn’t a talking therapy, it’s a doing therapy

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CBT isn’t a talking therapy, it’s a doing therapy Dr. Lucy Oldfield is a practising Clinical Psychologist working in a primary care adult mental health setting in the NHS alongside lecturing at Goldsmiths on the Foundations in Clinical Psychology and Health …