Mental Health Reading List (Part II) – OCD and AD(H)D.

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  1. Dear Dave,
    Thank you for keeping the issue of OCD on the radar. What people may not know is that OCD is more common than we may think, even in kids– there are over a million children who have OCD. Even more important is how treatable the condition is. Cognitive-behavior therapy and medication can help people overcome OCD and change the course of their life!

    I am the author of a popular book on OCD for parents. I not only describe the mechanisms of OCD (cracking the code, behind the scenes in the brain), but I also provide powerful, practical strategies for parents and professionals to use to help children overcome the disorder. The book came out in 2001 and incorporates the seminal work of Dr. Rapoport as well as the more recent scientific discoveries. Your interested readers may wish to read an excerpt on my website:
    http://www.freeingyourchild.com, or on amazon.com.

    All best to you!
    Tamar Chansky

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