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4. Do you have your own negative reactions or distress related to the symptoms? Has this distress changed over time? 5. Similarly, how have you been managing your own anxiety and/or distress and the way this may affect your child’s thoughts about certain OCD symptoms? Remember, in order to fully support their children, parents need to have time for themselves and support from others. In fact, this is a crucial part of family treatment. In addition, it is good for children to see parents taking care of themselves because it gives children permission to do the same.

However, as with planned exposures, it is important to avoid premature bailing out. Therefore, if at all possible, stick with the situation until your child’s anxiety has gone down significantly. Step 4: Evaluate and reward. Review how the plan worked (or didn’t work), and reward your child for trying. , when the child is not expecting it) may be difficult for some children. Sometimes these difficulties will look like anxiety, and other times may present more like oppositional behavior. ” Empathize with these feelings, noting how what your child has just tried is different from what she’s done in session and for homework so far.

Because you may be doing this in a situation that is not conducive to taking frequent ratings, be flexible in how closely you adhere to the process of doing the exposure. However, as with planned exposures, it is important to avoid premature bailing out. Therefore, if at all possible, stick with the situation until your child’s anxiety has gone down significantly. Step 4: Evaluate and reward. Review how the plan worked (or didn’t work), and reward your child for trying. , when the child is not expecting it) may be difficult for some children.

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