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  • My Misophonia
  • How to Apply Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) for Somatic Obsessions
  • Review Dissociation on and off the OCD and Autism Spectrums
  • Student Tip Sheet – 7 Ways to Beat OCD and Pass Exams

“How to Tune out to Disgusting Sounds”

This educational document takes the reader through an interesting journey, in which the author (Carol Edwards), explores personal accounts of living with Misophonia (hatred of sounds) coupled with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Researched information, including proposed diagnostic criteria as a standalone neurological disorder for entry into the DSM-5 is added to this fascinating description of one's aversion to sounds, colours, smells and movements, with the added detail of grief, sensory processing problems and more. This document comes with a 15-question homework assignment to reinforce the learning objectives, and lists some important treatment goals. The article is approx 4,500 words priced at only £2.49 or currency equivalent. A unique password that allows access to the document is sent to the buyer's email address following purchase. Interaction via the "Leave a Reply" section is available to password users, only. Groups welcome - simply click on the item number below before paying the adjusted fee. Please allow 1-2 days for your WordPress code to arrive in your inbox. Thank you.

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How to Apply Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) for Somatic Obsessions

This document includes comprehensive information with regular homework checks to reinforce the learning objectives. This ERP study material has 6 sections that begin with understanding overt and covert rituals, somatic obsessions, and how to create a hierarchy of fears. Also, monitoring anxiety when doing ERP, changing faulty beliefs, tips and much more are included in this document! Plus, the author shares snippets of information about her somatic obsession and how she overcame it. This article comes with a TRIGGER warning since some of the obsessions and exposure techniques, can (despite ERP efficacy), cause a strong emotional reaction, to begin with. With approx. 10,00 words, this article is a must for anyone who wants to learn more about ERP for bodily sensations, either for themselves or someone else. Feedback report of all homework assignments is available (details included in the document). A unique password that allows access to the document is sent to the buyer's email address following purchase. Interaction via the "Leave a Reply" section is available to password users, only. Groups welcome - simply click on the item number below before paying the adjusted fee. Please allow 1-2 days for your WordPress code to arrive in your inbox. Thank you.

£8.49

Review Dissociation on and off the OCD and Autism Spectrums

Carol Edwards writes an interesting evaluation of the symptoms that describe dissociative states, such as depersonalisation and derealisation. In this 5-part document (approx. 8,000 words), Carol talks about dissociation, not only from personal experience, but also from external study and working previously with individuals who suffer from these often frightening dissociative states on and off the OCD and autism spectrums. Carol Edwards delves deeper into the discussion that takes the reader through a selection of case studies. These include accounts of dissociative amnesia and identity confusion, also the challenges that come with dual diagnosis when people's experiences of OCD/dissociation collide with a sense of "reality and possibility" - here, Carol Edwards discusses how people assert their obsessional beliefs despite rational judgement to the contrary. For example, she points out that in an identity-crisis obsession, a person knows who they are, rationally, but cannot get past the possibility that they're not the person they know themselves to be. The author goes on to explain that individual dissociative states must not be confused with other conditions, such as schizophrenia and ends the discussion with treatment options that include cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and exposure response prevention (ERP) coupled with a handful of useful tips. An informative read for anyone who lives with dissociation, or for therapists to have in their files for quick reference. This fascinating review comes with links to relevant assessment scales and eight homework checks for strengthening the learning objectives. Carol Edward's feedback report of all homework assignments is available (details included in the document). A unique password that allows access to the document is sent to the buyer's email address following purchase. Interaction via the "Leave a Reply" section is available to password users, only. Groups welcome - simply click on the item number below before paying the adjusted fee. Please allow 1-2 days for your WordPress code to arrive in your inbox. Thank you.

£5.49

Student Tip Sheet – 7 Ways to Beat OCD and Pass Exams

Carol Edwards brings fresh ideas to a student's laptop screen, or anyone who wants to help a student free their brain to think more clearly and confidently about their studies. The attention is on students who are troubled with obsessions and compulsions that are about poor memory and failure. Carol Edwards document helps students tackle "just in case" scenarios, become better at decision-making, chunk information, and more! This material provides clarity for the student and comes with short question sections to strengthen the learning objectives. A unique password into the learning zone can be purchased for just £2.49 ($2.92). By entering the learning zone, students get the chance to ask the author questions, build confidence, and get back to healthy study. Individual students or groups around the world welcome - just click on the item number below to add more people, and before paying the adjusted fee. Please allow 1-2 days for your WordPress code to arrive in your inbox. Thank you.

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Carol Edwards is a former CBT therapist by profession and a writer by passion. She specialised in OCD and related disorders after graduating from Cambridge colleges in 2012. For her, writing about mental health, specifically OCD, is not just writing articles for therapists new to CBT for OCD, but also study material for anyone who would like to know more about what OCD is, how it works and how it’s treated. Also, making OCD knowledge understandable and available to the general public, is something she continues to love doing through her blogs.

For more details, e-mail Carol Edwards at ocdtopics@mail.com, or in the first instance text her on +44 7403 856 558

“When the highest ranking obsession has been mastered, one starts to grasp the significance of disregarding intrusive thoughts, impulses, images and negative attention to bodily sensations…” Carol Edwards

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