Flashcards in OCD Deck (17):
How prevalent is OCD?
2-3% of the population
When does OCD typically onset and when do people tend to seek help?
Early adulthood, 10-15 years later.
What are obsessions?
Neutral stimuli which have been associated with anxiety
Whose is the model of OCD?
Outline Steketee's model of OCD.
Neutral event + negative event => anxiety increase => Ritual/Avoidance => Anxiety decrease
What kinds of cognitive vulnerabilities might someone have to develop OCD?
Responsibility-loaded early childhood, e.g. young carers
Outline the cognitive maintenance model of OCD.
Situation => Intrustion => Meaning which may be neutralised, avoided, reassured, creates anxiety and gets attention
What needs to be considered when assessing in OCD?
THOROUGH RISK ASSESSMENT
Intrusion - evaluation - reaction - effect of the reaction
The difference between people who want to and people who are worried because they think they want to
Who developed the CB model of OCD?
What kinds of things need to be asked when investigating intrusion in OCD?
When that went through your mind...
What did it mean to you?
What was the worst thing that could have happened?
What does that say about you?
What kind of person would have those thoughts?
INCLUDE BELIEF RATINGS
When formulating responses to intrusions in OCD what needs to be asked?
How did that make you feel?
What did you try to do or not do?
What did you pay attention to?
How did you try to deal with it?
What specific technique is helpful in OCD?
Theory A/Theory B
Outline Theory A/Theory B
The problem is... OR the problem is that I'm worried that...
How can you socialise to Theory A/Theory B?
What method can you use to modify responsibility appraisals?
What needs to be done to allow generalisation of therapy work?
Check for 'yes buts'
Ask client to design a behavioural experiment
Embed it in everyday life