266 SelfWork: Working With Your Obsessions and Compulsions: A Conversation with Kimberly Quinlan
We have a huge treat for you today, and her name is Kimberly Quinlan. She specializes in anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, eating disorders, and body focused, repetitive behaviors.. She also provides one-on-one treatment, and offers free online courses at the school she founded, The CBT School. And I really recommend that any of you who struggle listen to her podcast, Your Anxiety Toolkit. But today, I’m interviewing her about her new book, The Self-Compassion Workbook for OCD: Lean Into Your Fear, Manage Difficult Emotions and Focus on Recovery.
I read it cover to cover, and have already recommended it to a client of my own who struggles with OCD. I know you’ll love how Kimberly approaches treatment, She stresses that self-compassion is vital due to the frequent presence of intense self-loathing in OCD.
So in this episode, once again sponsored by the great folks at BetterHelp, let’s hear the wisdom of Kimberley Quinlan.
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