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Recognizing OCD
Lee Memorial Health System
Health experts say obsessive compulsive disorder can actually start as young as six years old. It can be obsessive thoughts and repetitive behaviors.

OCD, Phobias and Anxiety
VideoMD
In this four minute video, a description of common anxiety disorders is offered and psychological treatments are discussed.

Why People Hoard
American Psychological Association (APA)
While television shows about hoarding are quite popular and the term has now been embedded into our general lexicon, there is still a lot about hoarding disorder that is not well understood. Hoarding disorder is complex, difficult to treat and causes a lot of pain and suffering for people who have it and their loved ones. Our guest is Julie Pike, PhD, a clinical psychologist in private practice who treats people with hoarding disorder. She has appeared on the Discovery/TLC show, “Hoarding: Buried Alive.” She helps explain more about hoarding disorder, what treatment options are available and how people can take the first steps to clearing the clutter.

Ways To Help A Family Member Who Hoards
International OCD Foundation
This is a short video on tips for family members dealing with someone who hoards.



Hoarding As A Mental Health Issue
TEDx Talks
It is not just about getting rid of stuff! Hoarding is a mental health illness and care needs to be taken when addressing the hoarding behavior. Ceci Garrett is the founder and Executive Director of Lightening the Load, a ministry that works to connect those in the Spokane area with resources and hope as they unclutter their homes, lives, and relationships. Her work to raise awareness about the effects hoarding disorder has on the family and the community stems from her personal experiences growing up with a hoarding parent.

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