Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Worksheets
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READY TO TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR OCD
ARE YOU EXPERIENCING ANY OF THE FOLLOWING?
- Do you find yourself frequently and uncontrollably having intrusive, unwanted thoughts, images, or impulses that cause distress or anxiety?
- When these intrusive thoughts occur, do you feel a strong urge to perform certain repetitive behaviors or mental acts in an effort to reduce the anxiety or prevent a feared event from happening?
- Are there specific rituals or routines that you feel compelled to follow, such as excessive hand-washing, checking, counting, or arranging items in a particular way?
- Do you experience significant distress or impairment in your daily life due to the time-consuming nature of these repetitive behaviors or thought patterns?
- Have these thoughts and behaviors interfered with your ability to function at work, in relationships, or in other important areas of your life?
- Do you find it difficult to control or resist these intrusive thoughts or the urge to engage in repetitive behaviors, even when you recognize that they are excessive or unreasonable?
If so, OCD Worksheets can help you address and manage OCD symptoms.
(+45 pages of activities and prompts)
WHAT IS INCLUDED?
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Index
- Contamination Obsessions
- Perfectionistic Obsessions
- Relationship-Focused Obsessions
- Causing Harm Obsessions
- Morality Obsessions
- What Obsessions/Compulsions Do You Experience
- Visualize the OCD
- Identify Your Values
- Let Go of Control
- Extend Compassion Toward Yourself
- Silence Your Inner Critic
- Embracing Imperfection
- Challenge Excessive Sense of Responsibility
- Delay Your Reassurance Compulsions
- Challenge Your Obsessive Thoughts
- Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)
- Use Imaginal Exposure (IE)
- Relaxation Techniques
- Release Your Obsessive Thoughts
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition characterized by a cycle of obsessions and compulsions that significantly interfere with daily life.
Obsessions refer to intrusive, unwanted thoughts, images, or urges that cause distress or anxiety.
Compulsions are repetitive behaviors or mental acts that an individual feels driven to perform in response to the obsessions.
Common obsessions include fears of contamination, doubts about whether something is done correctly, aggressive or taboo thoughts, and a need for symmetry or order.
Compulsions often manifest as repetitive behaviors like excessive hand-washing, checking locks, counting, or arranging items in a particular way.
OCD is not simply about being neat or focused on details; it is a diagnosable mental health condition that can have a profound impact on an individual's well-being and functioning.