Articles by Steven Phillipson

Click on the title below to read the article of your choice.THINKING THE UNTHINKABLE A conceptual understanding and treatment considerations are discussed for those persons suffering with the Purely obsessional form of OCD.

RETHINKING THE UNTHINKABLE A revised edition of an article written in 1991 regarding the treatment of the Purely Obsessional form of OCD

WHAT IS COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR OCD? When Seeing is Not Believing: A cognitive therapeutic differentiation between conceptualizing and managing OCD

I THINK IT MOVED The understanding and treatment of the obsessional doubt related to sexual orientation and relationship substantiation.

GUILT BEYOND A REASONABLE DOUBT Treatment strategies and a conceptual understanding are provided for persons with a heightened sense of hyperscrupulosity and excessive concern for the well-being of others.

GOD FORBID The combined effects of guilt and anxiety experienced by OCD sufferers, when an over attachment is given to the obeying THE LAW (both secular and religiously) and ones character is indicted in the process.

SPEAK OF THE DEVIL General psychological principles are presented related to understanding OCD and treatment strategies pertaining to cognitive-behavioral principles.

A ROSE BY ANY OTHER NAME A conceptual understanding and treatment strategies are presented for persons suffering with an olfactory obsession. This condition involves persons who staunchly believe that some part of their body is emitting an unpleasant odor.

THE RIGHT STUFF – OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE PERSONALITY DISORDER: A DEFECT OF PHILOSOPHY, NOT ANXIETY A comprehensive understanding and description of Obessive- Compulsive Personality Disorder.

STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING OCD’S ANXIOUS MOMENTS

HAIR PULLING a.k.a., TRICHOTILLOMANIA: A simple habit or a complex diagnosis?

WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH Early recognition of perfectionism amongst adolescents from ages 12 – 21.

OCD AND REFLECTIONS ON SEPTEMBER 11TH

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