Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, with information on cognitive and behavioral therapies, the disorders they treat, and a “find a therapist” search engine
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, with information and tools related to Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, including a “find a therapist” search engine
David Burns’ website, with free resources related to TEAM-CBT
International OCD Foundation, with information and resources for people struggling with OCD and related conditions, like Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Olfactory Reference Syndrome, Trichotillomania, Skin Picking, or Hoarding Disorder. There is also a “find help” search engine.
Inference-Based Approach to treating OCD, this website gives a brief introduction to what has come to be called “I-CBT,” or Inference-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, an approach to treating OCD that helps individuals become aware of the choice they face when they cross over the bridge between the Land of Here and Now and the Land of the Imagination, where OCD exists. This approach is an alternative to Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) but can also be used to supplement ERP.
OCD Stories, with podcasts on the many facets of OCD. The podcasts feature interviews with those who suffer from OCD and therapists who treat OCD. There’s a lot of overlap between the two groups!
Peace of Mind Foundation, with information and resources for those with OCD, including some wonderful explanatory videos.
The Ashton Manual on Benzodiazepine Withdrawal, with detailed information on the long-term effects of benzodiazepines and exactly how to taper off of benzodiazepines safely, in a way that minimizes withdrawal symptoms.
ACT with Compassion, with free resources that can help you develop self-compassion
The Compassionate Mind Foundation, with free resources to help foster compassion towards yourself and others
Center for Mindful Self-Compassion, offering trainings in mindful self-compassion, as well as free online meditations and other resources
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