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Trichotillomania DSM IV Criteria A. Recurrent pulling out of one’s hair resulting in noticeable hair loss. B. An increasing sense of tension immediately before pulling out the hair or when attempting to resist the behavior. C. Pleasure, gratification, or relief when pulling out the hair. D. The disturbance is not better accounted for by another [...]
OCD: What is OCD and What is effective treatment for OCD? OCD falls under the broader category of Anxiety Disorders. People with this disorder often say that they are “obsessed” with something – but in casual conversation they usually mean they are overly-enthusiastic about something like a rock band or a television show. Someone with [...]
Perfectionism is linked to Anxiety, Depression, and OCD Perfectionism is linked directly to Depression, Anxiety, and/or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). It can almost be labeled as Failure Anxiety Disorder. Perfectionists live with a very inflexible, rigid mind-set. Rather than enjoy life or activities, they are focused on the right and wrong of their choices. Life is viewed [...]
OCD: Parents of OCD Children may be More Critical A study recently conducted at Case Western Reserve University found that mothers have a tendency to be more critical of a child who has Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) than they are of other children in the family. This parental criticism has an effect on treatment, as there [...]
Testimonial: Migraines, ADD, OCD “Since beginning nuerofeedback with Dallas Brain Changers, I have seen many improvements in my health. Before treatment, I had struggled with chronic migraines, nerve pain, and asthma since I was a young child. A few years ago, a medication the doctors had me on caused what they believe was a neurological attack on my frontal lobe. This caused a [...]
OCD: Success Story Melanie was 32 yrs old and finding herself at work pushing in all her co-workers chairs when they were not perfectly set under their desks. She would clean the microwave every evening. Sometimes she would have to wait until everybody left because she was afraid somebody would get it dirty after she left. The [...]