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Welcome to The OCD Stories, hosted by Stuart Ralph. The podcast has been heard over 3.5million times globally. Check out your first episode from our existing hundreds of episodes featuring experts, and people experiencing symptoms just like you today. If you do, you may just feel understood, heard and possibly help you identify your next step in your own personal journey to healing. Disclaimer - this podcast is not a replacement for therapy. Please seek treatment from a licensed mental healt ...
 
The truth is we are all surviving parenting one day at a time. Add child anxiety or childhood OCD and it can be overwhelming! On The AT Parenting Survival Podcast your host Natasha Daniels will ride the Parental roller coaster with you. She will teach you parenting approaches to help child anxiety and OCD, she’ll give you a new perspective on common parenting problems and will re-invigorate your sparkle for parenting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
OCD is a terrible, debilitating disorder. It’s also routinely misunderstood. The OCD Chronicles is a podcast about the people who’ve fought this horrible illness, and, despite their struggles, thrived. They’re stories that are inspiring, affirmative, uplifting, emotional and useful. They exist as a record of achievement. To educate. Perhaps even entertain. They’re stories about the lives that Obsessive Compulsive Disorder tried to extinguish.Your host is journalist James McMahon. His own jou ...
 
My OCD Life is about channeling our psychological weaknesses into strengths by using them as gates to discover ourselves and define ourselves beyond our problems. Josh is a recording artist that discusses the weighty issues of life with a light spirit and shares his stories of wrestling with OCD in every aspect of life. Josh's mission it's create a podcast that is optimistic and joyful while talking to the very bottom if many of our inner issues that too often society neglects.
 
*New Episodes, new guests 01/01/19* OCD Danni 40’s and freaking out! Is a podcast for all of my fabulous 40 and over ladies who are looking to ‘Get in, where we fit in’ and we aren’t letting ANYBODY fuck up our Zen. The 40sAFO podcast is an extension of Danni’s youtube Vlog that follows her journey as she discovers her place entering into her 4th decade. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/OCDDanni/support
 
“Después de tanto tiempo y tanta tempestad por las que ha atravesado la Vida Religiosa a lo largo de los siglos, seguimos siendo testigos del Espíritu que impulsa y anima nuevas formas de consagración, nuevos carismas que se encarnan en nuestros días, tratando de renovarse a cada momento para permanecer fieles a aquello a lo que han sido llamados.”
 
En psicología se usa el término afectividad para designar la susceptibilidad que el ser humano experimenta ante determinadas alteraciones que se producen en el mundo real o en su propio yo. El predominio de las relaciones de pareja y de familia. La inhibición de las funciones conscientes. Dirigir el sexo, las tendencias y el querer hacia "objetivos" determinados. Oscilar entre dos polos sexuales: lo agradable - lo desagradable y lo odiable.
 
Just Checking is a podcast that features a new story of an OCD sufferer each week. Our goal is pretty simple. OCD is an extremely diverse mental illness, and oftentimes even sufferers are unaware of the extreme range of symptoms that OCD can inflict on its victims. This is problematic for two main reasons: sufferers often take much longer to seek help, because they are unfamiliar with what OCD can look like in its various forms, and because the public is often unaware that OCD is almost alwa ...
 
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As promised, I'm bringing back my favorite guest in celebration of my 50th episode, it's none other than my husband, Steve Bock! Steve and I are happy to share with you the ups and downs of our first year of marriage and how we remain constant in prayer. Adjustments we have made as a married couple. Funny and weird things we learned about each othe…
 
In this episode peer support specialist Chrissie Hodges interviews Chance McNeely. Chrissie chats with Chance about his story, how culture can develop/influence themes, childhood trauma, their upbringings, struggling to speak up as children, self-compassion, trauma from OCD, shame, peer support, and much more. Hope it helps. Show notes: https://the…
 
It is hard to accept that our child has anxiety or OCD. It is even harder to accept the pain, discomfort and struggle they have to go through each day. But often we spend so much energy trying to swim upstream we get lost in the struggle. In this week’s episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about the role acceptance can play not only …
 
On this episode of The OCD Chronicles, I’m talking to Dr. Katie Gordon. Katie is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in cognitive-behavioural therapy, and she’s done research work in the field of eating disorders. So far, so relevant to both this podcast and my own personal journey... Katie is also the co-host of the Psychodrama podcas…
 
In episode 298 I interviewed Dr Jason Krompinger. Jason is a clinical psychologist at the OCD institute at McLean hospital. I chat with Jason about his therapy story, case formulation vs diagnosis, barriers to accessing exposure and response prevention (ERP), perfectionism, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), functional analytic psychotherapy …
 
Today on the show, I am joined by a Christian minimalist, pastor and author, Becca Ehrlich. Becca and I had an interesting conversation about how minimizing and simplifying your life can help with anxiety. How Becca developed an interest in minimalism Different aspects of minimalism How to be more intentional with time and energy The intersection b…
 
In this special edition of The OCD Stories former guest and OCD advocate Catherine Benfield interviews Steve Brumwell. Steve is a writer and director, he is currently working on his short film about OCD called ‘Waving’. In this episode they discuss Steve’s story, hiding the disorder, how a documentary helped him understand what was going on, they d…
 
Most people aren’t thrilled to get a shot or get poked by a needle, but some of our kids are deathly afraid. This fear can cause severe panic when going to the doctor, the dentist or worse the lab or hospital! In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I invited a co-host who knows this topic inside and out, my nine-year-old daughter. We talk ab…
 
In episode 297 I interviewed Kimberley Quinlan. Kim is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who treats people with OCD and related disorders, Eating Disorders and Body Focused Repetitive Disorders. She runs her own podcast called Your Anxiety Toolkit. She also runs CBTschool.com. In this episode we talk about her new book ‘The Self-Compassion W…
 
Full episode out this Sunday. We discuss her new book 'The Self-Compassion Workbook for OCD: Lean into Your Fear, Manage Difficult Emotions, and Focus On Recovery'. Kimberley's new book: https://amzn.to/3kSiUd2 Disclaimer - this podcast is not a replacement for therapy. Please seek treatment from a trained professional.…
 
Today on the show, I'm privileged to be interviewing Rich Lewis, a speaker, coach and author. Rich has been practicing centering prayer since 2013 as a way to relate and pray to God. He even wrote a book about it. What is centering prayer and how do we do it? What are the purposes and benefits of centering prayer? What are the challenges in practic…
 
Parents will often ask me, “Can my child catch other anxiety or OCD themes?” What if they read a book on OCD or anxiety and it makes it worse? What if they watch a documentary or participate in a support group with tons of other themes discussed? Won’t their anxiety or OCD just get more ideas? In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I…
 
In episode 296 I interviewed Dr Nicola Petrocchi. Nicola is a licensed CBT psychotherapist based in Rome, Adjunct Professor of Psychology at John Cabot University (Rome) and student counsellor. We discuss his therapy story, what is compassion-focused therapy (CFT), the evolutionary view of the mind, how CFT fits in with other therapies, his study: …
 
According to the International OCD Foundation, studies show that almost all (in 2011 the percentage cited was 92%) of OCD patients also suffer from at least one other disorder. Among the most common are Autism Spectrum Disorders, which is just one reason why I'm delighted to be talking to Dr. Joanne Limburg on this episode, an acclaimed Cambridge b…
 
Today, I am privileged to be interviewing Jennifer Harshman, an author and owner of a publishing agency. Jennifer shares with us her personal story of overcoming trauma, how she wrestled with God and how those awful experiences formed her character. Jennifer's childhood Hating God for not putting a stop to it Moving away and cutting ties with famil…
 
Anxiety and OCD can bring with it distress, fear and discomfort. But it can also bring self-loathing, shame, guilt and negative self-talk. When our kids are hard on themselves, their issues can compound, making it difficult for them to use their tools to address anxiety or OCD. In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I invited Kimberl…
 
In episode 295 I interviewed Jamie Lewis who has kindly agreed to share his story with us. I chat with Jamie about his story, building up the courage to speak to a doctor, pure O, somatic OCD, relationship OCD, perfectionism, derealisation, working with Dr Steven Phillipson, we talk about Steve’s podcast episode 'brain voice vs gatekeeper voice', p…
 
After losing 100 pounds, Cat Sharp, a certified life coach has committed her life to helping more Christian women do the same. Today on the show, Cat shares with us how she overcame emotional eating and found God's peace. Using food to cope with anxiety and depression How God revealed to her that she had a sugar addiction. Feeling convicted about h…
 
None of us like to see our kids suffer. That’s why it’s so hard to see our kids struggle with anxiety or OCD. It can consume their life and ours and that’s heartbreaking. But no matter how badly we would like to take their anxiety or OCD away from them, we just don’t have the power to do so. In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast, I talk abou…
 
In episode 294 I interviewed Jon Hershfield. Jon is a psychotherapist and the director of The Center for OCD and Anxiety, at Sheppard Pratt. He is the author of six OCD books, including his most recent book the 2nd edition of, “The mindfulness workbook for OCD”. I chat with Jon about what’s new with him, what is false memory OCD, real event OCD, th…
 
We are privileged to have our first ever Canadian guest on the podcast, Dr. Katie Thomson Aitken. Dr. Katie is a licensed naturopathic doctor who enjoys helping people with all kinds of health goals achieve positive changes in their health and in their life. She also has a passion for mental health, the management of stress and anxiety, and helping…
 
Anxiety and OCD love to glom onto everything our children love, including sports. It can make your child anxious, sick and panicky before a game, meet or competition. OCD can go one step further and create compulsions around the sport. I invited Cali Werner, Anxiety and OCD Clinician, athlete and author of Anxious Annie, to come on to the AT Parent…
 
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