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Resources for therapists, mental health professionals and patients who are delivering or recieving CBT for anxiety and trauma.

 

What is CBT - a brief explanation
OCD and Obsessional Problems during Covid 19

OCD-UK Resource: Getting the most out of remote CBT

 

National IAPT Programme Webinar series on delivering condition specific treatment during Covid-19

The National IAPT team have prepared a series of webinars to support practitioners to deliver psychological treatments during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Please click the link above to view the schedule and the links to join each specific webinar.

 

Therapists' guide to working with people with OCD during the Covid19 pandemic, Oxford Health Specialist Psychological Interventions Clinic & Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre

 

NHS guidance for psychological professionals during the Covid 19 pandemic

 

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Remote Working:

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Guidance for Working Remotely.

 

Appendix A - List of Intrusive Thoughts

 

Appendix B - My Treatment Session Notes

 

Appendix C - Blueprint for OCD.

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), their families and health professionals.

 

 

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Hoarding Disorder, their families and health professionals.

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Panic Disorder, their families and health professionals.

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Health Anxiety, their families and health professionals.

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Social Anxiety Disorder, their families and health professionals.

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Emetophobia, their families and health professionals.

Resources that may be of particular interest to people experiencing Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), their families and health professionals.