Preface to the Revised Edition
Chapter One: What Is OCD?
What is OCD?How Common Is OCD?
What Causes OCD?
What Are the Subtypes of OCD?
What Problems Are Confused with OCD?
What Disorders May Be Related to OCD?
Chapter 2: Treatment of OCD
Behavior Therapy for OCD
Medication Treatment for OCD
Other Treatments for OCD
Principles of Behavior Therapy
Chapter 3: Test Yourself
Assessing the Type of Your OCD Symptoms
Measuring the Severity of Your OCD
Assessing the Strength of Your Belief in Your Obsessions or Compulsions
Assessing Avoidance Due to OCD
Interpreting the Results
Chapter 4: Setting Your Goals
Basic Principles of Setting Long-Term Goals
Basic Principles of Setting Practice Goals
Chapter 5: How to Use Behavior Therapy to Get Control of Your Symptoms
Techniques to Assist Exposure and Response Prevention
Tailoring Behavior Therapy to Your OCD Symptoms
Chapter 6: Staying in Control
Long-Term Results of Behavior Therapy
Getting the Odds in Your Favor
Chapter 7: Getting Control of Problems Related to OCD
Excessive Bodily Worries
Chapter 8: Medications for OCD
What Other Medications Can Help OCD?
Common Questions About Medications for OCD
Combining Medication with Behavior Therapy
Chapter 9: Your Questions Answered
Chapter 10: For Family, Friends, and Helpers
Dealing with Family Members or Friends Who Have OCD
Dealing with Family Members or Friends Who Won’t Get Help for Their OCD
If You Asked to be a Helper
Appendix: Self-Rating Forms