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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

A segment from 20/20 about obsessive-compulsive disorder featuring a doctor who believes that patients can cure themselves.

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  • "20/20"
  • "20/20: obsessive compulsive disorder: 09/25/2000"@en
  • "Tyranny of rituals"@en
  • "Alternative treatment"@en

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  • "A segment from 20/20 about obsessive-compulsive disorder featuring a doctor who believes that patients can cure themselves."@en
  • "This episode covers Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Includes interviews with people who suffer with the disorder and the nature of their suffering. Also describes self directed treatment they are undergoing."
  • "The startling fact is that 1 in every 40 Americans is affected by OCD to varying degrees. A recently developed program, however, is bringing hope to millions of sufferers. Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz believes that many patients, by gaining self-awareness, can cure themselves. Two patients in this program believe it too and testify that Schwartz's three-step treatment has helped them to successfully control their obsessive-compulsive behaviors. The patients include a man who compulsively saves newspapers and a woman who counts and recounts the items in her refrigerator."
  • "This episode covers obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD). Includes interviews with people who suffer with the disorder and the nature of their suffering. Also describes self directed treatment they are undergoing."@en
  • "Their behavior is strange, and they know it. Fixated on particular actions, they perform them over and over. The startling fact is that 1 in every 40 Americans is affected by OCD to varying degrees. A recently developed program, however, is bringing hope to millions of sufferers. Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz believes that many patients, by gaining self-awareness, can cure themselves. Two patients in this program believe it too, and testify that Schwartz's three-step treatment has helped them to successfully control their obsessive-compulsive behaviors. The patients include a man who compulsively saves newspapers, and a women who counts and recounts the items in her refrigerator. An ABC News 20/20 production. (15 minutes)."@en
  • "This programs looks at people who suffer from various forms of OCD (Obsessive compulsive disorder) and features a doctor, Dr. Jeffery Schwartz, who believes that patients can cure themselves."
  • "Intrusive, repetitive thoughts, often of a disturbing nature, are the symptoms of the anxiety-related condition, OCD. In this program, two people whose lives have been shattered by OCD tell their stories. An 18-year-old woman talks about how she feels compelled to perform detailed rituals every day of her life. A man tells how he is tormented by the obsessive belief that he has killed someone. A psychiatrist sheds light on this bewildering condition."@en
  • "There are 34,000 different obsessive-compulsive disorders. Mine is just one among many others. In this program, research psychiatrist Gilbert Pinard and pediatric psychiatrist Patricia Garel talk with OCD patients about their rituals-the thoughts and behaviors triggered by hyperactive brain activity involving the thalamus, orbito-frontal cortex, and caudate nucleus. The effectiveness of behavioral and drug therapies in controlling obsessive-compulsive disorder is discussed as well."@en
  • "Their behavior is strange, and they know it. Fixated on particular actions, they perform them over and over. The startling fact is that 1 in every 40 Americans is affected by OCD to varying degrees. A recently developed program, however, is bringing hope to millions of sufferers. Dr. Jeffrey Schwartz believes that many patients, by gaining self-awareness, can cure themselves. Two patients in this program believe it too, and testify that Schwartz's three-step treatment has helped them to successfully control their obsessive-compulsive behaviors. The patients include a man who compulsively saves newspapers, and a women who counts and recounts the items in her refrigerator."@en

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  • "Internet videos"@en
  • "Videorecording"@en
  • "Educational films"@en
  • "Documentary films"@en

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  • "Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder"@en
  • "Obsessive-compulsive disorder tyranny of rituals"@en
  • "Obsessive-compulsive disorder an alternative treatment"
  • "Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: An Alternative Treatment"@en
  • "Obsessive-compulsive disorder. --"
  • "Obsessive-compulsive disorder"@en
  • "Obsessive-compulsive disorder alternative treatment"@en
  • "Obsessive compulsive disorder"@en
  • "Obsessive compulsive disorder"