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Advanced Casebook of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders: Conceptualizations and Treatment presents a synthesis of the emerging data across clinical phenomenology, assessment, psychological therapies and biologically-oriented therapies regarding obsessive compulsive disorders, including hoarding, skin picking, body dysmorphic and impulse control disorders. Following the re-classification of such disorders in the DSM-5, the book addresses recent advances in treatment, assessment, treatment augmentation and basic science of OCRDs. The second half of the book focuses on the treatment of OCRDs, covering both psychological therapies (e.g. inhibitory learning informed exposure, tech-based CBT applications) and biologically oriented therapies (e.g. neuromodulation).
- Includes psychosocial theoretical and intervention approaches
- Addresses newly proposed clinical entities, such as misophonia and orthorexia
- Examines neurobiological features of OCRDs across the lifespan
Researchers studying childhood and adult obsessive-compulsive and related disorders (OCRDs) and their assessment and treatment. Clinicians who adhere to evidence-based practice
Chew on this: considering misophonia and obsessive-compulsive disorder
Monica S. Wu and Kelly N. Banneyer
Treatment of pathologic healthy eating (orthorexia nervosa)
Hana F. Zickgraf
Andrea Eugenio Cavanna
Treatment of incompleteness in obsessive-compulsive disorder
Jonathan S. Abramowitz and Samantha Hellberg
Addressing comorbid substance use/abuse in obsessive-compulsive disorder
Obsessive-compulsive disorder and comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder
Terri L. Fletcher, Nathaniel Van Kirk, and Natalie Hundt
Postpartum obsessive-compulsive disorder
Lucy J. Puryear and Christina A. Treece
Treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder in a young person with autism spectrum disorder
Amita Jassi and Georgina Krebs
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 8th November 2019
- Academic Press
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Dr. Eric Storch is McIngvale Presidential Endowed Chair & Professor at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Storch has received multiple grants from federal agencies for his research (i.e., NIH, CDC), is a Fulbright Scholar, and has published over 14 books and over 500 articles and chapters. He specializes in the nature and treatment of childhood and adult obsessive-compulsive disorder and related conditions, anxiety disorders, and anxiety among youth with autism.
McIngvale Presidential Endowed Chair and Professor, Vice Chair and Head of Psychology, Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX, USA
Professor & Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Department of Psychology, Fordham University, Bronx NY
Professor and Associate Chair for Graduate Studies, Department of Psychology, Fordham University, Bronx, NY, USA
Dr. Abramowitz is Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Anxiety Disorders Clinic at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is an internationally recognized expert on the treatment of OCD and has published over 100 journal articles, books chapters, or books on this and related topics. He has received awards from the Mayo Clinic, American Psychological Association (Division 12) and the Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation. Dr. Abramowitz serves as Associate Editor of Behavior Research and Therapy and on the editorial boards of several professional journals. He was a members of the DSM-IV-TR Anxiety Disorders Work Group.
Department of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
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