Everything You Always Wanted To Know About OCD – But Were Afraid To Ask

Welcome to the OCD Book Festival! Authors will be answering your questions and responding to comments this week, OCD Awareness Week, Oct 14-20.

OFFICIAL SELECTION ~ 2013 Out of the Rabbit Hole: A Road Map to Freedom from OCD

By Sheri Bloom & Suzanne Mouton-Odum, PhD ~ A story of one woman’s journey to recovery

OFFICIAL SELECTION ~ 2013 Wibbly Wobblies That Live Inside My Tummy

By Kerri O’Callaghan (Australia) ~ This book describes the symptoms of OCD in the form of a children’s story, written from the perspective of

OFFICIAL SELECTION ~ 2013 The Dragon Who Pulled Her Scales

By William Michael Davidson ~ Long ago, in a world where dragons were the world’s protectors, a beautiful girl dragon named Ellam lived in a cool, misty cave.

OCD & Me

By Ben Gander ~ OCD is a debilitating, very serious and common mental illness, a far cry from the fad that

Loving Someone with OCD

By Karen J. Landsman, Ph.D., Kathleen M. Rupertus, MA, MS, & Cherry Pedrick, RN ~ People who suffer from mental illness rarely do so alone. Their families and loved ones

OCD Treatment Through Storytelling

By Allen Weg, EdD ~ Storytelling and metaphor are among the most effective and useful tools therapists can use to better identify with their clients,

A Life Interrupted: The Story of My Battle With Bullying and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

By Sumi Mukherjee ~ Tormented by bullies in childhood, the author’s onset of OCD at the age of 16 took the form of horrific intrusive thoughts

The OCD Workbook

By Bruce M Hyman, PhD, LCSW and Cherlene Pedrick, RN ~ A classic self-help workbook, used in hospitals and clinics all over the world, offers

Being Me With OCD

By Alison Dotson ~ Part memoir, part self-help for teens, this book tells the story of how OCD dragged the author to rock bottom—and how she found hope, got help,

On the Edge of Insanity

By Emily Watson ~ With her middle-class upbringing and well-liked demeanor, Emily M. Watson is your typical girl next door. She admits

Break Free from OCD: Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBT

By Dr. Fiona Challacombe , Dr. Victoria Bream Oldfield, and Professor Paul Salkovskis ~ A practical guide by three

Handling Your OCD: Attack of the Brain Monster

By  Peggy McMahon, PhD & Kim Rockwell-Evans, PhD, Tim Chupka ~ The first ever comic book about OCD for kids and adolescents.