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What to Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming OCD (What-to-Do Guides for Kids) review ´ 104 à ➺ [Reading] ➼ What to Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck: A Kid's Guide to Overcoming OCD (What-to-Do Guides for Kids) By Dawn Huebner ➯ &#E self help book turns kids into super sleuths who can recognize OCD's tricks Engaging examples activities and step by step instructions help children master the skills needed to break free from the sticky thoughts and urges of O. I work as a therapist and used principles from this book when working with a young person with OCD This particular patient found it really helpful and particularly liked the metaphors used in this book Would definitely recommend as a tool for therapists but also for families looking for self help materials

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What To Do Do When eBook #9734 When Your Brain Gets Stuck guides children and their parents through the cognitive behavioral techniues used to treat Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Revealing OCD in a whole new light this interactiv. Excellent book I was contemplating therapy for my 11 year old son who had some OCD issues No need for that we worked through the book together and within the space of a few weeks he's overcome the vast majority of his issues You have to be prepared to sit and work through it together and be supportive Cannot commend highly enough

Dawn Huebner ï 4 review

What to Do When Your Brain Gets Stuck A Kid's Guide to Overcoming OCD What to Do Guides for KidsCD and live happier lives This is the What to Kindle complete resource for educating motivating and empowering children to work toward change Included in the book is an extensive Introduction to Parents and Caregivers For ages. A simple fun and beautifully presented interactive book that really understands the challenges of young OCD sufferers My 8 year old girl has a long way to go to overcome her issues but this is helping her to take her first steps to coping with it