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(p. 130) When a Child Has OCD 

(p. 130) When a Child Has OCD
(p. 130) When a Child Has OCD

Allen H. Weg

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date: 14 July 2020

Chapter 6 explores a set of stories are geared to families with younger children who are diagnosed with OCD. Several of these stories are aimed directly at the parents as part of their psychoeducation and as a prelude to their needing both to make behavioral changes in themselves and to learn some basic OCD treatment concepts that they can then reinforce in the home between scheduled appointments with their child’s therapist.

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