It’s a Brain thing: OCD
Learn about obsessive/compulsive disorder. Some interesting data about the physical changes both psychotherapy and medications make on PET scans in folks with OCD.
The “It’s a Brain Thing” video series was developed by psychiatrist David Henley, M.D.
It’s a Brain thing: OCD (Part 1 of 3)
It’s a Brain thing: OCD (Part 2 of 3)
It’s a Brain thing: OCD (Part 3 of 3)
MIMHCE The Missouri Institute of Mental Health (MIMH) is an educational research branch of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine. The Institute’s Continuing Education Division (CE), established in 1980, has a mission to develop and deliver high quality training programs and materials for mental health professionals throughout the state, region, and nation, with a special emphasis on the needs of public sector mental health professionals in Missouri.
OCD: A Clinical Intervention
In this video, Mr. Mitchell describes Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and identifies the criteria for its diagnosis. In addition, Mr. Mitchell describes how OCD is manifested in behavior and identifies treatment options for the disorder. Further discussion centers on how family and other support systems are affected by the person with OCD.
OCD: A Client’s Perspective
In this video Ms. Amanda Tarter discusses her symptoms as related to her diagnosis of OCD. She further describes coping strategies that help diminish the impact of OCD symptoms and identifies accommodations that have proven helpful for her as a student in college.
OCD: A Families Perspective
The content of this program focuses the presenter’s personal experience of identifying and utilizing systems of support for his son who was diagnosed with OCD at an early age.
A very sweet cartoon about a mouse suffering OCD. Created by a CalArts student.
OCD suffers trying to explain what OCD is like
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Presentation
This was created to demonstrate what Obsessive Compulsive Disorder can look like. This was a project for my nursing class, however, it is a serious life altering disorder, and needs to be taken seriously.
The Meaning of 3
The Meaning of 3 is a serious farce about Martin who suffers from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, he can’t help it but he just has to repeat actions 3 times over. Martin wakes to a normal day but what occurs takes Martin on a journey that will change his life forever…