The Imp of the Mind

By Lee Baer, PhD ~ An expert on OCD explores the hidden epidemic that afflicts millions of Americans – obsessive bad thoughts. Drawing on

Blink Blink Clop Clop

By E. Katia Moritz, PhD ~ OCD is not an easy concept to explain to young children. This book was written to give parents and professionals an entry into

Pearls: Meditations on Recovery from Hair Pulling & Skin Picking

By Christina Pearson ~ People often ask Christina, “What helped you stop pulling and picking? and, perhaps even more important, “How do you

Life in Rewind

By Terry Weible Murphy, Michael A. Jenike, Edward E. Zine ~ “Time equals progression— progression equals death.” The equation is logical.

The Ray of Hope

By Ray St. John ~ Ray’s OCD symptoms began when he was 5 years old, worsened during

Talking Back to OCD

By John S. March, MD with Christine Benton ~ No one wants to get rid of OCD more than someone who has it. That’s why Talking Back to OCD puts kids and teens

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (Advances in Psychotherapy: Evidence-Based Practice)

By Jonathan S. Abramowitz, Ph.D. ~ Based on decades of scientific research and clinical refinement, cognitive-behavioral therapy using the

The Perfectionist’s Handbook: Take Risks, Invite Criticism, and Make the Most of Your Mistakes

By Jeff Szymanski, PhD ~ Is perfectionism a good thing or does it get in our way? The author helps readers navigate their way out of the “perfectionism paradox”:

Check Mates: A Collection of Fiction, Poetry and Artwork About Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, by People with OCD

By Vrinda Pendred, Beth Barker, E.I. Muse and Jennifer Abrams ~ A diverse range of styles and genres, “and a mix of rage, frustration, tears,