Posts tagged Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

I always knew I was different. I was a sensitive child. Some of my first memories consist of coming home from school and thinking about my day and all of the things I had done badly, incorrectly, or the ways in which I had failed to be the daughter my parents would love. As a […]

Transform Your Mind, Transform Your Life

Transform Your Mind, Transform Your Life

I grew up on a small “Indian” (Native American) reservation in Idaho called The Fort Hall Indian Reservation. I am partially Native American, but I am enrolled with the Uintah Band of Utes tribe in Fort Duchesne, Utah. I had a very normal childhood growing up and couldn’t have asked for a better launching pad […]

Triumphant Over Trauma- Walking Down the Borderline

Triumphant Over Trauma- Walking Down the Borderline

I spent most of my childhood nights in my hallway floor waiting for my fears to turn into a reality. As a child; I spent most of my time afraid and unsure of the world and everyone it. I always feared something bad was going to happen to me. One day I decided I was […]

The Four Steps Treatment Method for OCD with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz

The Four Steps Treatment Method for OCD with Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz

Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz is a research psychiatrist specializing in neuroplasticity- which refers to changes in neural pathways and synapses due to changes in behavior, environment, neural processes, thinking, and emotions – as well as to changes resulting from bodily injury. In this video, he presents a simple method involving 4 steps that have been proven […]

Jeremy Shares His Story- Conquering OCD

Jeremy Shares His Story- Conquering OCD

An amazing story from Jeremy, who shares how he used therapy and the support of others to overcome OCD. You don’t have to fight your mental illness alone, there are wonderful professionals out there who are highly trained in assisting you to decrease symptoms and get control over your life again. You are not alone. […]