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PSP 341: Helping Kids with Disgust OCD themes

There are a few OCD themes that can look very different than the rest. Just right OCD and Disgust OCD themes are two of them.


Parents and therapists might struggle to find the “core fear” around these themes. That is because disgust and just right themes have to do with a fear of overwhelm around a feeling.


In this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about how disgust OCD themes can show up and some alternative views being shared about how to treat disgust OCD differently than other themes.



Read Richard Gallagher’s article on disgust OCD in this IOCDF article.



🌸 Join me for a live Zoom Workshop:  Learn How to Discover Your Child’s Core Fears Around Anxiety and/or OCD. You can register here.


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This podcast episode is sponsored by NOCD. NOCD provides online OCD therapy in the US, UK, Australia and Canada. To schedule your free 15 minute consultation to see if NOCD is a right fit for you and your child, go to

https://go.treatmyocd.com/at_parenting


This podcast is for informational purposes only and should not be used to replace the guidance of a qualified professional.


Parents, do you need more support?  


🌸 Here’s are resources I offer parents 👇🏻❤️


Online classes for parents raising kids with anxiety and OCD:

https://atparentingsurvivalschool.com


Join the AT Parenting Community (A membership designed to support parents raising kids with anxiety or OCD):

https://atparentingcommunity.com


Take one of my FREE webinars:

www.Natashadaniels.com/webinars


Check out my books:

www.Natashadaniels.com/books


🌸 Other social places I hang out:


http://www.facebook.com/ATparentingSurvival 

http://www.pinterest.com/ATparentingSurvival

http://www.instagram.com/ATparentingSurvival

http://www.twitter.com/Parentingsurvival



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