$47.00 USD

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How to support someone with OCD

Parents, spouses, family, and friends NOW you know what to do to help your loved one!

Build confidence, set boundaries, and work together effectively.  


What You'll Get:

12+ engaging videos

What you need to know about your loved one
Understanding the OCD cycle
Why do they have OCD?
Will their OCD go away?
Does their topic or fear matter?⋙ Getting the right treatment
Should they try a medication?
How to stop accommodating and reassuring
Lies OCD will tell them
What if they don't want to do treatment?
Teach uncertainty in all things
Ending words for success

4 worksheets include:

 Track OCD symptoms
 The OCD cycle
 Reassurance tracker
 OCD lies tracker

 Only evidenced-based treatments presented
 Taught by a TRUE specialist

Details:

  • One payment will be deducted from your credit card or PayPal account.
  • Immediate access
  • Satisfaction guaranteed

What People Are Saying:

When my child first got diagnosed with OCD I had no idea what to do. After this course, I now have tools, direction, and confidence. Highly recommended!

Stacy G.

Seeing your child suffer is so incredibly hard. I searched high and low on how to help. This program is a godsend! Seriously! I've been using my new skills with my child. It's been hard, but worth it, it has helped me create solid boundaries.

Jamal B.

The worksheets for me have been the biggest help. My spouse and I have been able to do them together. I've learned more in this course than the therapist we currently see. I'm grateful for this resource and recommend it to anyone wanting to learn more about what to do in this tough diagnosis.

Jamie S.