OCD with Mike Emlet (Part 1)
“Obsessive-compulsive disorder might be the most joked-about of all the psychiatric labels. ADD probably isn’t far behind. But OCD tends to get brought up a lot in conversation, but also tends to be quite poorly understood. I find that it sounds weird, very strange to most people when they hear about it or think about it. What’s interesting is, if you spend time around people who have been given the diagnosis of OCD, the more you talk to them the more you understand what’s going on, and the more you find connections between their experience and your own. So today is going to be part one of a two-part series looking at obsessive-compulsive disorder. The first part is going to ask the question, ‘what is OCD?’ The second part will be, ‘how can we help people who struggle.’” Host, Alasdair Groves
This is part 1 of a 2 part series: Part 2
Fear Run Amok – Help for Those Who Struggle with OCD
People with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder know their fears are irrational, but struggle to break free from obsessional thinking and compulsive behaviors. This elective provides a hope-giving and practical approach to this struggle.