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Dr Maggie Perry – huddle.care, group therapy & teletherapy

Find out more about huddle.care/ocd

In episode 166 of The OCD Stories podcast I interview Dr Maggie Perry. Maggie is a licensed psychologist who created the online anxiety and OCD group therapy platform huddle.care. huddle care groups are centred around acceptance-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for anxiety and OCD.

Dr Maggie Perry

In this episode I chat with Maggie about her therapy story, huddle.care, how playing basketball inspired huddle.care, we talk about the inner workings of OCD, anxiety, social anxiety and panic, we discuss shame, and guilt, ERP, group therapy, teletherapy and Maggie’s words of hope. Hope it helps. 

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Find out more about Maggie:

Find out more about huddle.care/ocd

Resources:

Dr Joan Davidson

Overcoming unwanted intrusive thoughts” by Sally Winston & Martin Seif

Reid Wilson

Peace from nervous suffering” by Claire Weekes

Dr Steven Phillipson – Teletherapy

The OCD Stories book >>

To your success,
Stuart

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2 Comments

  • Reply Claudia March 28, 2019 at 8:00 am

    Dear Stuart,

    First of all a big thank you for everything you are doing for us, OCD sufferers! You must have changed many lives, mine included!
    Maybe some day I will also find the courage to share my story on the OCD Stories.
    My question is not related to this podcast in particular but rather something more general regarding finding a good CBT therapist in the UK (I live in Germany).
    You mentioned in one (not sure which one) of your podcasts the BABCP accreditation. How important is it for a therapist to have it? I’ve checked for eg. whether Dr. Rob Willson or Prof. David Veale are accredited and they don’t appear on the list. What does this mean?
    Thank you so much and sorry if my question is too random but didn’t know where to ask you. What tool should I use next time?
    All the best from Germany.
    Claudia

    • Stuart Ralph
      Reply Stuart Ralph March 28, 2019 at 9:07 pm

      Hi Claudia,

      Thank you for your kind words.

      That is a very good question. Ideally BABCP is the best place to look for a CBT therapist in the UK as that governing body assures us they have been trained to a good standard in CBT. There are some exceptions for example David Veale who is a psychiatrist and would have done adequate additional training into OCD, same goes for Rob Willson, they both have worked at the best OCD clinics in the UK.

      From what I gather there are many good OCD specialists and clinics in Germany so no need to look at one in the UK. I don’t have the name of it, but there is an OCD charity in Germany that will be able to advise. Hope that helps.

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