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Nathalie Maragoni – OCD therapy for children, young people and adults

The podcast is sponsored by NOCD. To find out more about NOCD and their therapy plans head over to https://go.treatmyocd.com/theocdstories

In episode 219 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed Nathalie Maragoni. Nathalie is an associate marriage and family therapist specialising in Cognitive-Behavioural therapy for the treatment of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and other anxiety and OC-related disorders. Nathalie has also be an OCD advocate under the name Mindonfire_OCD on instagram for many years. 

Nathalie Maragoni

In this episode I chat with Nathalie about her story, CBT for children, building a therapeutic relationship, advice for parents, bringing family into a session, ACT alongside ERP, values, ACT metaphors, willingness in ERP, advocacy and much much more. Hope it helps. 

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Natasha Daniels – Parenting children and teens with OCD

The podcast is sponsored by NOCD. To find out more about NOCD and their treatment plans head over to https://go.treatmyocd.com/theocdstories

In episode 210 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed Natasha Daniels. Natasha is a child and teen therapist. Creator of AT Parenting Survival a website and podcast dedicated to helping families and parents understand and support their children with OCD and anxiety. 

Natasha Daniels

We discuss her story, what to consider when parenting an anxious toddler, how to involve the parents in therapy, things to consider when your child has OCD, working with reassurance seeking, resources for parents, difference between children and teens with OCD, managing a balance between family time and treatment time, gamifying treatment, advice for parental self care and much much more. Hope it helps! 

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Dr Patricia Zurita Ona – ACT & ERP for Teens with OCD

In episode 206 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed Dr Patricia Zurita Ona. Patricia is director of the East Bay Behavior Therapy Center and adjunct professor at the Wright Institute. She is the author of several books including Escaping the Emotional Roller Coaster, and her new book “The ACT Workbook for Teens with OCD: Unhook Yourself and Live Life to the Full”.

Dr Patricia Zurita Ona

In this episode I chat with Patricia. We discuss her therapy story, what ACT is, using ACT with children and teens with OCD, ACT and ERP together, value based exposures, the choice point, willingness in therapy, her new book, living with uncertainty, words of hope and much more. Hope it helps! 

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Story: Solome Tibebu (Anxiety in Teens)

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In episode 132 of The OCD Stories podcast I interviewed Solome Tibebu. Solome shares her OCD story, and her initiative Anxiety in Teens

Solome Tibebu

In this episode I chat with Solome about her OCD story, the importance of psycho-education, running to help manage anxiety, advocating for mental health awareness, relapses – led to increased resilience, how parents can help support their children, and her initiative Anxiety in Teens. Hope it helps.

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