What does life look like after treatment for OCD? If you have ever asked yourself this question, this podcast episode is for you!
Many of my clients and members of the CBT School community have asked for more episodes about the emotional side of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Depression, Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRB’s), and Anxiety. In this episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast, we talk all about the common emotions involved in the recovery process and what life is like after struggling mental illness.
Christopher Trondsen, an OCD advocate and sufferer, joins us to talk about Rebuilding Life After OCD. In this episode, Chris discusses how confused he was as a child and how he was called a “difficult child.” He also talks about being wrongly diagnosed with other mental illnesses, which led to him isolating himself and then surviving a suicide attempt. Chris Tronsden delves into the emotions he felt after the suicide...
I’m so thrilled to talk about life after Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in this episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast. You will LOVE this interview if you want to really visualize what recovery looks like.
What does it look like on the other side of recovery? I frequently get asked questions by my clients and social media followers about recovery for OCD and anxiety. They ask what “recovery” means, what it looks like, and how they can get there. Understanding recovery is an incredibly important part of taking those first steps towards fear.
In this episode, Shawnté Johnson—a wonderful OCD advocate and blogger—joins us to talk so beautifully about her recovery journey from OCD and anxiety. She not only shares about her life after recovery, but talks about life before and during treatment. What I love about Shawnté is that she not only talks the talk about recovery, but walks the walk...
This episode of Your Anxiety Toolkit Podcast is all about Recovery! I know, I know. This topic can be controversial, especially when discussing recovery for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Anxiety Disorders, Eating Disorders, and Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRB's).
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There are often big differences of opinion regarding what is considered “recovery” and achieving it depends largely on how you define recovery.
We talk all about recovery, and specifically what I like to call “The FLOW of Recovery," in this podcast episode. It is immensely helpful for you to find your own Flow of Recovery, no matter how you define recovery, as this will help with the speed and ease of your recovery. For those with OCD and Anxiety, I have seen the FLOW...