ocd in children

FAQs About OCD 2 of 2

According to a comprehensive review of literature on OCD, 10% to 50% of children with OCD have a complete remission of symptoms by late adolescence. A majority of children that continue to experience OCD are able to manage their symptoms with medications and behavioral therapy.

FAQs About OCD 1 of 2

While children with OCPD may not be bothered by their rigid habits, it should be noted that OCPD is a disorder that can significantly impair a child. Children with OCPD can become so preoccupied with small details that they are unable to complete tasks or homework assignments.

OCD Symptoms in Children [Video]

Symptoms of OCD in children are not different from those of adults, and they are often marked by obsessive thoughts and fears, such as fear of achievement. Find out why OCD behavior is designed to ward off fear with help from a licensed mental health counselor

OCD In Children: Bridget [Video]

In this video from OCD Kids the ABC Special, Bridget who is suffering from OCD is afraid her mother is contaminated and that if she gets too close that she will be contaminated as well.

OCD In Children: Rocco [Video]

Here is another video from the ABC Primetime special back in August on OCD in Children where they focused on several different kids suffering from Obsessive compulsive disorder.

OCD in Children: Laura [Video]

OCD in children can happen at any age. In this video a young child Laura is shown playing with a doll, but she is never satisfied how the little blanket is covering the doll, so she continually rearranges it.

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