Dr Steven Phillipson

In episode 312 I chat with Dr Steven Phillipson. Steven is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for OCD. Steven is the Clinical Director at the Center for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy in New York.

We discuss what is character indictment, the varied emotions behind OCD, confessing as a common compulsion of this theme, a different way to look at the concept of being a good or bad person, feeling like you don’t deserve nice things, what the brains trying to do with OCD, how we demonstrate to the brain we are safe, Steve gives examples of character indictment OCD, and much more. Hope it helps. 

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Find out more about Steve:

Steven’s website – OCDOnline.com

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drstevenphillipson

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Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – How ERP works, and the power of choice

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – What actually is OCD?

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Teletherapy for OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Altered States of Consciousness & OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Two tail spikes in OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Magical thinking in OCD

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Choice (audiobook) / Choice article

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Exposure and Response Prevention

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Call me Steve (The therapeutic relationship)

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Things that complicate the success of ERP

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – When OCD involves others

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Somatic OCD (Sensorimotor OCD)

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Brain voice vs gatekeeper voice

Podcast: Dr Steven Phillipson – Two of the most common spike themes of OCD

All the best,

Stuart

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