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BLOG ABOUT OCD AND ANXIETY

This is a blog about Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders and Anxiety. In it you will find a wide variety of articles, by the hand of our psychologists, to help you better understand the symptomatology and the treatment of these two disorders. As a center specializing in OCD and Anxiety, we could not stop sharing our knowledge with those who need it. You will see articles on specific types of OCD, practical guidelines to keep in mind during treatment, and endless resources that can help you better understand them.

However, these articles are not just for those who are in treatment. If a family member or friend suffers from OCD or Anxiety, this blog is also for you. We periodically publish articles on how we can help those close to us

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OCD and Family: some practical tips

OCD and Family: some practical tips

OCD and Family: some practical tips   This month of April we dedicate it to OCD and the family. How does obsessive-compulsive disorder affect the families of people who have it? What can you do to make your OCD affect your family less? How the family environment...

Long-term OCD or Chronic OCD: questions from our readers

Long-term OCD or Chronic OCD: questions from our readers

Long-term OCD or Chronic OCD: questions from our readers   This month we will talk about Long-term OCD or Long-lasting OC. Most people who suffer from OCD come after having suffered from OCD for about 8 to 10 years. Which is something that for us is...

Relationship OCD: questions from our readers

Relationship OCD: questions from our readers

Relationship OCD: questions from our readers   We have dedicated the month of February 2022 to discussing and clarifying concepts around Relationship OCD. Below we collect the most interesting or useful questions about this type of obsessive disorder. If you have...

Homosexual OCD: questions from our readers

Homosexual OCD: questions from our readers

Homosexual OCD: questions from our readers We start 2022 with thematic monographs on topics of interest related to obsessive-compulsive disorder or anxiety. Every month, on our social networks, we start a question time to give an answer to our readers’ questions about...

How to follow psychological therapy at IPITIA

How to follow psychological therapy at IPITIA

How to follow psychological therapy at IPITIA At IPITIA, Institut Psicològic Internacional de Barcelona, we are focused on therapeutic efficacy and our main interest is to help everyone who starts therapy with us to overcome their obsessive disorder or to reduce it...

Over-adaptation and the seeming happiness in Obsessive Disorders

Over-adaptation and the seeming happiness in Obsessive Disorders

Over-adaptation and the seeming happiness in Obsessive Disorders If you haven’t seen “Django Unchained”, the excellent Quentin Tarantino film, you should. Not just because you’ll have a great time, but also because there is a character who serves as a perfect example...

Angst and obsession

Angst and obsession

Angst and obsession There is a type of obsessive thought which centres itself and reiterates around doubts about whether one has behaved properly, or if one has said something adequate or not, or if maybe one has stopped doing something which corresponds to or is...

Homosexuality and obsessive disorders

Homosexuality and obsessive disorders

Homosexuality and obsessive disorders I want to start with a rather blunt sentence. The majority of those affected by an obsessive disorder which is centered around the idea of being a homosexual or a lesbian, are in fact not. And I am capable of saying this without...

Why did those who beat OCD overcome it?

Why did those who beat OCD overcome it?

Why did those who beat OCD overcome it? In the fun and witty animated film “The Croods” there is a scene near the end where the characters, the caveman family, have to make a decision which could put their lives at risk, to add to this they do not know what will...

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