Top 3 Misconceptions About OCD

Cognitive Science, OCD

Top 3 Misconceptions About OCD 

OCD is a commonly misunderstood condition. Have you or someone you know ever casually said “I’m just so OCD” while cleaning? Well, there is a lot more to OCD than obsessive cleaning.   Dr. Ileana Berman is a Cognitive Science Researcher with over 30 years…

Cognitive Science, Self Care

Summer Self-Care Tips 

Summer is seen as a time when we are supposed to feel happy and carefree. Despite this, our emotional health struggles do not simply disappear when the weather gets warmer. With summer here, it is still important that we take steps to maintain and care…

Exercise, Stress

Why Does Exercise Reduce Stress? 

Most people struggle with their emotional health at some point in their lives. If we don’t take steps to care for our brain, stress can build up and eventually overwhelm us. If you have ever struggled with periods of anxiety or depression, someone may have…

Health, Self Care

Top 4 Tips for Self-Care 

Staying mentally healthy is just as important as our physical health. Even if you don’t have any specific concerns, everyone can take steps to care for and maintain their emotional health. Dr. Ileana Berman is a cognitive science researcher with over thirty years of experience…

OCD

How to Help a Loved One With OCD 

It is challenging to have a loved one struggle with OCD, and it can be difficult to know what you should do to help them. Their behaviors are probably frustrating to you at times, but there are things you can do to help support them. …

Cognitive Science

Different Types of OCD 

The international OCD Foundation estimates that about 2 to 3 million adults in the United States have obsessive compulsive disorder. That is roughly one out of every hundred adults. It’s possible that you know someone in your own life with this condition. Did you know…