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Best Books to Help with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)


A good book about OCD can help you in two ways:-

1. It offers insight and answers that you may not otherwise find.

2. It often provides proven techniques to help you deal with obsessions and compulsions.


Here's a selection of some of the best OCD books available today...


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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder:-

" An anxiety disorder that usually involves intrusive and hurtful thoughts (obsessions) that lead to behaviours we feel compelled to carry out (compulsions) in order to ease the anxiety associated with the thoughts."

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Brain Lock

Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

The OCD Workbook

Evolving Self Confidence

OCD and Me

Overcoming Obsessive Thoughts



Brain Lock by Jeffrey M. Schwartz (28 Aug 1996)

"Brain Lock gives a clear explanation OCD, its symptoms, affects, and the tools to combat it."

"What is great about the book is that it offers scientific information on the causes of OCD and takes the reader through different case studies explaining how the
proposed exercises work."




Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder by David Veale and Rob Willson (21 Apr 2009)

"In this particular book, David Veale and Rob Willson outline the nature of OCD and the CBT approach to working with it."

"It is very informative and explains things in detail and
in very easy to understand language so that people who know nothing about this condition can understand."





The OCD Workbook: Your Guide to Breaking Free from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder by Bruce Hyman and Cherlene Pedrick RN (Nov 1, 2010)

"This is a great book for OCD sufferes and their families. The book is comprised of several different approaches
that all work together to build a helpful overall viewpoint
of OCD and to also offer a way through the problems
that this illness causes."





Evolving Self Confidence: How to Become Free from Anxiety Disorders and Depression by Terry Dixon (Jan 2008)

"This book is utterly brilliant. For a start, it begins by explaining WHY anxiety disorders, OCD, agoraphobia and depression happen - and it makes such complete sense."

"This really is a 'must read' book for those who find themselves suffering."




OCD & Me by Ben Gander (23 Jan 2009)

"It is a book that reads like a thriller with one significant difference: instead of trying to guess 'who's done it' you will be turning pages to find out how the situation's been resolved."

"It was a real eye opener into the many forms this condition can take and how much people can suffer with it."





Overcoming Obsessive Thoughts: How to Gain Control of Your OCD by David A. Clark PhD L Psych and Christine Purdon PhD C Psych (Oct 1, 2005)

"One of the most powerful attributes of this book is the idea that in order for one to overcome obsessive
thoughts one must actually avoid using mental coping
mechanisms."

"This book is an excellent resource for people struggling with Pure-O OCD."





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Tormenting Thoughts and Secret Rituals

It'll be Okay

Tormenting Thoughts and Secret Rituals by Ian Osborn (1 Jun 1999)

"This is a beautifully written piece of work. Osborn not
only explains OCD but he knows it!"

"Dr. Osborn's magic is in letting himself shine through
as a fellow sufferer who is a deeply compassionate practitioner. His case studies show many of the subtle faces of OCD and give us insight into the suffering this disorder can bring."



"It'll be Okay.": How I Kept Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) from Ruining My Life by Shannon Shy (Mar 13, 2009)

"As someone who has had to deal with OCD for 25 years, this personal story, with its detailed explanation of how
he overcame OCD."

"It's a story of endurance, acceptance, and hope. Once you pick up the book , you can't put it down."




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