Treating OCD in Children & Adolescents: Handling reassurance

While it is understandable that patients seek reassurance from clinicians about their diagnosis, symptoms, and medication, this may also be a symptom of OCD. Dr. Stephanie Eken discusses the importance of helping patients understand that the reassurance they are seeking is related to OCD.

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