Treating subtypes of OCD, such as scrupulosity, harm, existential, and relationship OCD, in children and adolescents can often present a wealth of challenges. The nature of these lesser-known subtypes can make delivering common aspects of OCD treatment, including planning relevant exposures, and incorporating key adults in the child’s treatment, difficult.
Drawing from years of professional experience, Karen Lynn Cassiday provides comprehensive guidance using a wealth of case examples on how you can overcome these hurdles in the therapy room. Whether a newly qualified or experienced clinician, this book is essential for all practitioners wanting to tackle the clinical dilemmas generated when treating complex OCD in children, teens, and emerging adults.
Bonus content! This book also gives access to a free video series containing demonstrations of exposure practice for each OCD subtype.