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The OCD Workbook for Teens

 MSRP: $17.95  Format: Paperback  Author: Jon Hershfield  Category: Adolescents (13-17), Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Mindfulness, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)  Publisher: New Harbinger Publications  Published: 2021  ISBN: 1684036364  ISBN-13: 978-1684036363  Book Site

Don’t let OCD symptoms stand in the way of living your life!

If you’re a teen with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), you may have intense, unwanted thoughts and behaviors that interfere with school, your social life, and just having fun. The good news is there are ways you can minimize these thoughts and behaviors, so you can get back to being a teen. This workbook will show you how!

In The OCD Workbook for Teens, therapist and OCD expert Jon Hershfield offers proven-effective mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills to help you deal with your worst OCD symptoms. You’ll learn how to stay present in the moment, manage obsessive thoughts, make peace with uncertainty, and live your life joyfully—without being slowed down by compulsions.

This isn’t just a workbook to help you survive OCD. It’s a workbook to help you thrive—in all aspects of life.

Editorial Reviews

“Every teen with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) should read this book! It’s going to be a must-read from now on in my OCD therapy practice. Jon Hershfield has mastered the tone, humor, and relatable nature that a book for teens must have in order to not be chucked back at their parent’s head! Every parent should thank him!”

—Natasha Daniels, LCSW, child therapist specializing in anxiety and OCD, creator of, and author of Anxiety Sucks

“Jon Hershfield’s The OCD Workbook for Teens is a must-read for teens experiencing OCD. He masterfully intertwines clinical expertise and personal voice in a way that speaks directly to the reader. This cleverly illustrated book provides the tools for teens to embark on their own personal quest to fight OCD. Importantly, it is also a useful resource for parents and clinicians seeking a better understanding of OCD and the teenage experience.”

—Maria G Fraire, PhD, program director of the Child and Adolescent OCD Institute at McLean Hospital, and instructor in the department of psychology at Harvard Medical School

About the Author(s)

Jon Hershfield

Jon Hershfield, MFT, is director of The OCD and Anxiety Center of Greater Baltimore in Hunt Valley, MD. He specializes in the mindfulness-based and cognitive behavioral treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and is licensed in the states of Maryland, Virginia,...

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