Dealing with Repetitive Behaviours and OCD Tendencies: Parents and Professionals
Here are 9 tips for helping a young person who has some obsessive or repetitive tendencies in how they behave.
Whilst this is not a video specifically for OCD, it may still have some benefits. Often we use the term OCD without a diagnosis and to describe repetitive behaviours.
The first step in highlighting a repetitive behaviour is that it is perfectly natural to feel more comfort and certainty in the things we do more often and it can give us a sense of control. It might be that these behaviours creep in when they are feeling anxious or uncertain.
Watch the video to discover the other helpful steps.
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