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The Everything Parent's Guide to Children with OCD: Professional, reassuring advice for raising a happy, well-adjusted child by Stephen Martin (2008-09-17)

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  • By A. Pace on May 27, 2013

    This book is clear, concise and has just about anything you might want to know as a parent of a child who has (or possibly has) OCD. While I personally found the anecdotal stories a little off-putting, and while I can see how some people who are already extremely familiar with OCD might want more detailed information about certain things, most everything you need to know is either covered or you are given other resources (web links to major organizations for OCD, etc.). It covers everything from symptoms, to how to find a professional for evaluation or treatment, what to expect from insurance companies, and much, much more! While I am already somewhat familiar with OCD and the treatment options (as someone who likely has mild OCD, although not diagnosed), I still learned a lot about what to expect to see in my child and the various ways it could manifest in different developmental stages. I highly recommend this book as an excellent resource for any parent who either suspects their child has OCD or who already has a diagnosis.

  • By Tim D. Pettigrew on March 16, 2015

    Avery good book to help people deal with a very difficult situation / illness!

  • By Justin Smith on September 1, 2013

    It was a very thorough book. When I finished reading it, I felt more prepared to address the issues that our son is facing in a practical and nurturing way.


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