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Psychological Treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder : Fundamentals and Beyond | out of print
Martin M. Antony, PhD, Christine Purdon, PhD and Laura J. Summerfeldt, PhD (Eds)
American Psychological Association / Hardcover / 2006-11-01 / 1591474841
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328 pages
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Historically, psychologists have considered obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) a challenging disorder to treat, with significant numbers of patients failing to benefit from treatment. The heterogeneity of the population and the complexity of the disorder have been contributing factors. However, cognitive-behavioral treatments are showing great promise, particularly when delivered with pharmacotherapy and tailored to the unique characteristics of each OCD subtype.

The chapters in this volume, written by prominent specialists, provide practical, step-by-step descriptions of psychological approaches to treating OCD. After explicating the general, underlying features of the disorder, the contributors to this volume describe evidence-based behavioral and cognitive approaches, such as exposure and ritual prevention and cognitive restructuring. Subsequent chapters discuss how to apply these strategies with particular presentations of OCD, including fears of contamination; doubting and checking; incompleteness concerns; religious, sexual, and aggressive obsessions; and compulsive hoarding.

Practitioners experienced in treating this disorder will appreciate the discussion of more advanced issues, including dealing with treatment resistance and comorbidity and treating OCD in special populations. All readers will find in this book a practical and insightful guide for helping individuals with this troubling disorder.
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Contents:

List of Contributors
About the Editors
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Part 1: Fundamentals of Psychological Treatment for OCD

1. Cognitive Behavioral Models of OCD
Steven Taylor, Jonathan S. Abramowitz, and Dean McKay

2. General Issues in Psychological Treatment for OCD
David F. Tolin and Gail Steketee

3. Treatment Readiness, Ambivalence, and Resistance
C. Alec Pollard

4. Exposure and Response Prevention
Karen Rowa, Martin M. Antony, and Richard P. Swinson

5. Cognitive Therapy for OCD
Christine Purdon

Part 2: Strategies for Specific OCD Presentations

6. Treating Contamination Concerns and Compulsive Washing
David S. Riggs and Edna B. Foa

7. Treating Doubting and Checking Concerns
Jonathan S. Abramowitz and Christy A. Nelson

8. Treating Incompleteness, Ordering, and Arranging Concerns
Laura J. Summerfeldt

9. Treating Religious, Sexual, and Aggressive Obsessions
S. Rachman

10. Treating Compulsive Hoarding
Ancy E. Cherian and Randy O. Frost

Part 3: Strategies for Specific Populations

11. Treating OCD in Children and Adolescents
Martin E. Franklin, John S. March, and Abbe Garcia

12. Treating OCD in People with Poor Insight and Overvalued Ideation
David Veale

13. Treating Comorbid Presentations: OCD, Anxiety Disorders, and Depression
Deborah Roth Ledley, Anushka Pai, and Martin E. Franklin

14. Treating Comorbid Presentations: OCD and Disorders of Impulse Control
Adam S. Radomsky, Antje Bohne, and Kieron P. O’Connor

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