1. What is 'Neutralisation' ?
- Sufferer tries to "undo" a thought or behaviour believed to be dangerous by neutralising it with another behaviour or thought (e.g. changing the meaning of the thought, doing the opposite action or thinking “good” thoughts
- Exposing patient to what triggers them
- Sufferer tries to "undo" a thought or behaviour believed to be dangerous by performing it more regularly
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2. What is the Trichotillomania Impact Project?
- Research to provide more information on hair pulling treatments
- Research to provide initial description of comorbid symptoms, functional impact and treatment utilization factors
- Research to provide initial description of comorbid symptoms, mental impact and treatment utilization factors
3. Is OCD still in the anxiety section of the DSM-5?
4. Up to what percentage drop out of ERP treatment?
5. What are compulsions?
- Intrusive and reoccurring thoughts (disturbing and uncontrollable)
- Repetitive/Ritualized Behaviour to prevent negative outcome
- Overwhelming desire to perform an action
- Having to repeat checking a lock 3 times for any reason