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Reactive Attachment Disorder: A Preventable Mental Health Disease

CEU Answer Booklet | Table of Contents | Parenting
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- Lehman, DC, James J.; and Shereen K. Jegtvig, DC. Reactive Attachment Disorder: A Preventable Mental Health Disease. National Center for Biotechnology Information, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Spring 2004, p69-75.
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When my son Dan’s obsessive-compulsive disorder was severe, he was always exhausted. At first, I attributed his lack of energy to the fact that he rarely slept well. But it soon became obvious, even when sleeping was not an issue, that he always felt tired. […]
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By the time my son Dan entered a residential treatment center for OCD, he was barely functioning. Using exposure and response prevention (ERP) therapy he tackled his hierarchy (a list of anxiety-provoking situations created by the person with OCD), and slowly but surely regained his […]

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