The OCD Coloring Book
Publisher: Tammy LaBrake
ISBN 10: 099835970X
ISBN 13: 978-0998359700
If you are coping with an Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) then you know how intrusive and demanding OCD can be.
The key to beating OCD is knowing how to interact with it. It’s important to treat it like a separate entity. It has a distinct and independent existence from you.
The artwork in The OCD Coloring Book will mentally and emotionally immerse you into the much-needed practice of “talking back” to OCD. Each image reinforces a strategy that helps you put OCD in its proper place.
The OCD Coloring Book includes a variety of playful, sometimes paradoxical scenes that incorporate therapies such as Exposure & Response Prevention (ERP) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). These therapies are widely recognized as effective treatments for OCD and are explained in The OCD Coloring Book.
This is a beginner’s guide for people seeking help with OCD. For those familiar with the treatment of OCD, The OCD Coloring Book can reinforce concepts previously learned and be used as a relapse prevention strategy.
About the Product:
📙 14 playful designs based on proven therapeutic strategies.
📙 Each coloring page is explained by a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who specializes in the treatment of OCD.
📙 Colored pages and slogans can be displayed and used as visual reminders for daily practice.
📙Designed for both beginners and those already familiar with the treatment of OCD.
📙Suitable for ages 8+.
About the Author
Tammy LaBrake, is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker(LCSW) and founder of a private practice in New York called, Boss It Back® which is dedicated to the treatment of OCD. As an unorthodox thinker, she values cutting edge developments. Knowing how important mindful exercises are in the treatment of OCD, Tammy created this coloring book to help people stay focused on the strategies that are most effective. With years of experience, coupled with training by the best in the field, Tammy is known as a regional expert in the treatment of OCD. She is a member of the International OCD Foundation and is a graduate of the Foundation’s Behavior Training Therapy Institute.