OCD exposure response prevention plan

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This worksheet is designed to help the client and their psychologist develop a specific Exposure Response Prevention Plan, in order for the client to gradually face and learn new ways of managing anxiety-provoking situations which trigger OCD thoughts and behaviours.

Being able to confront feared situations and learn new ways of responding which do not involve engaging in rituals, habits, counting or checking is the best way to overcome OCD.

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    APS Member Resources Team
  • Publish date
    28 Oct 2013
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