Treating OCD during COVID-19: Addressing contamination-related fears

 

Presented by Martin E. Franklin, PhD, and Jennifer M. Park, PhD

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This presentation addresses the cognitive-behavioral treatment of contamination fears and associated washing and other compulsions in the midst of an international health crisis in which social distancing, avoidance of contaminated surfaces, and handwashing are strongly emphasized by the Centers for Disease Control as primary tools to prevent infection.

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