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Talking to your children about natural disasters can be a challenging conversation to navigate. Here are some ways to help them cope after Hurricane Harvey.
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Good news! Resilience can still be cultivated in adulthood. Check out the article below to learn ways to develop and strengthen resilience that are supported by research.
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Selective Mutism is considered to be a rare childhood anxiety disorder. In this recent blog post, Ivy Ruths, PhD, highlights how to identify symptoms of Selective Mutism and discusses the behavioral interventions used to treat it.
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Recently, many international researchers who specialize in anxiety disorders collaborated to create a report detailing what is known about anxiety disorders to date. Here is a summary of their report:
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The Houston OCD Program is honored to have been a sponsor and a participant in the 1 Million Steps 4 OCD Walk in Houston last weekend! Thank you OCD TEXAS for organizing a great event! We are grateful for everyone who donated and participated in the walk to raise awareness and funding to benefit the International OCD Foundation.
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Many parents are concerned about how their own anxiety will affect their children. Dr. Debra Kissen offers some tips on how to address your child's anxiety while managing your own anxiety symptoms.
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Is your FOMO actually leading to missing out?
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Welcoming a child can be both exciting and anxiety-provoking, especially for an individual with a history of OCD or anxiety. Read about perinatal and postpartum OCD and anxiety in our newest blog post below.
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Utilizing different coping skills is essential for a healthy and balanced life style. It can be particularly helpful for people with anxiety and OCD to know how to utilize different tools, especially during times of struggle. What kind of skills do you have in your toolbox?
http://houstonocdprogram.org/whats-in-your-toolbox/
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Make sure to read the tips for reducing stress and anxiety around the holidays by Naomi Zwecker, PhD., on our newest blog post below:
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