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IWC Podcast Interview: Laurie Singer - Therapist and Author

Invisible Wheelchair Podcast

Release Date: 10/19/2021

IWC Podcast 68: Parental Burnout and OCD show art IWC Podcast 68: Parental Burnout and OCD

Invisible Wheelchair Podcast

Fatigue. Exhaustion. Emotional Disconnect. As a parent OCD and anxiety can take the best from you and it does. Lets talk about parental burnout and take the test. The article talks about general parental burnout but I take it into dealing with OCD and how it is different. Here is the article: #parents #fatigue #parentalburnout #parenting #exhaustion #family #invisiblewheelchair #dongrothoff

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IWC Podcast Interview: David and Michaela Culkin - Married Couple Dealing  With OCD show art IWC Podcast Interview: David and Michaela Culkin - Married Couple Dealing With OCD

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David and Michaela were two years into their marriage when David finally got the diagnosis of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. A relief to finally know what he fought with most of his life.  Another challenge for their young marriage...find out their story here. #marriageocd #ocd #marriagechallenges #ocd #ocdtreatment #ocdsuffering #invisiblewheelchair #dongrothoff

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IWC Podcast 67: Why So Anxious show art IWC Podcast 67: Why So Anxious

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Why do people have anxiety? What is anxiety? Fight or flight is natural, so how does it become a problem. And how do people cope with it. Should it be able to go away?  #anxiety #stress #fightorflight #invisiblewheelchair #anxietytreatment #ocd #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #fear  

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Stories from the OCD Side:  The Story of a New Podcast show art Stories from the OCD Side: The Story of a New Podcast

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Gina and I are expanding and we are now doing a podcast for parents. We do parenting different and what we have learned especially from the OCD that has been part of our lives for over 12 years has shown us things that can help anyone going through things as a family. #focusedhealthyfamily #family #parents #parenting #ocd #ocdstories #ginagrothoff #dongrothoff #focusedhealthyfamilypodcast

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IWC Throw Back Thursday: Flu - What's It All About from Jan 2018 show art IWC Throw Back Thursday: Flu - What's It All About from Jan 2018

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Being in the middle of a pandemic I thought it would be interesting to go back to this Off the Cuff podcast about the Flu everyone was worried about. Join us.... #flu #pandemic #fluProblem #covid #whatstheworry #panic

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IWC Podcast 66: The Fool, OCD and Anger show art IWC Podcast 66: The Fool, OCD and Anger

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There are times when you are dealing with OCD or someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when you have reached your whits end and anger and feeling like a fool starts to show. You realize though who the fool really is... #OCD #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #ocdanger #ocdtreatment  #ocdstory #focusedhealthyfamily #dongrothoff

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IWC Podcast 66 Tapping Recording - The Fool, OCD and Anger show art IWC Podcast 66 Tapping Recording - The Fool, OCD and Anger

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There are times when you are dealing with OCD or someone with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder when you have reached your whits end and anger and feeling like a fool starts to show. This is the tapping recording for Podcast 66

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IWC Stories from the OCD Side: Jonathan Schultz Tells His Story of OCD and Thoughts of Suicide show art IWC Stories from the OCD Side: Jonathan Schultz Tells His Story of OCD and Thoughts of Suicide

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Stories usually go up on the first of the month but I could not do April Fools Day to Jonathan. Jonathan knew that something wasn't right but until his diagnosis he was possitive it was OCD. Then it really kicked in with thoughts of suicide and Jonathan took action to get treatment. Find out more... #ocd #ocdsuicide #ocdharm #harm #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #invisiblewheelchair #donaldgrothoff #ocdstories #ocdstory

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IWC Throwback Thursday: Signs and Symptoms of OCD show art IWC Throwback Thursday: Signs and Symptoms of OCD

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How can you tell whether you have OCD or not? What are the signs and symptoms? On this Throwback Thurs we go back to 2017 and one of the first podcast we did about the symptoms and signs of OCD. Join us for this look back... #ocd #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #ocdsymptoms #ocdsigns #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #obsessivecompulsivedisordersymptoms #obsessivecompulsivedisordersigns #invisiblewheelchairpodcast #donaldgrothoff #invisiblewheelchairpodcast

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IWC Podcast Interview: Halli Gomez - Writer and OCD Sufferer show art IWC Podcast Interview: Halli Gomez - Writer and OCD Sufferer

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A CDC study using parent-reported data found that 1 out of every 333 (0.3%) children 6–17 years of age in the United States have received a diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome. In today's podcast I interview Halli Gomez who deals with OCD and Tourette Syndrome while having a successful career in writing and a wonderful life. Join us in this fascinating conversation... #tourettes #tourettesyndrome #ocd #obsessivecompulsivedisorder #holligomez #donaldgrothoff #invisiblewheelchair #listoften 

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Laurie Singer is a licensed marriage and family therapist and board-certified in applied behavior analysis founder of  Laurie Singer Behavioral Services, Inc.

Motivated by her own personal tragedy, Laurie has devoted her life to the field of mental health with a clear vision in mind: to create a team approach for helping individuals resolve behavioral and other mental health issues by applying a unique combination of behavioral and cognitive behavioral therapies.

Her first book titled "You're Not Crazy: Living with Anxiety, Obsessions and Fetishes” uses case studies from her successful practice in a delivered in a digestible, narrative format including worksheets designed for the individual to take control of their lives.

Since losing her two-year-old son Jacob Singer to cancer in 1987, she has coordinated an annual fun run and fundraiser (Jacob’s Run) in support of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles’s Child Life Program, which provides playrooms and support for patients and their families. To date, more than $350,000 has been raised in support. Join us now for the rest of the story...

#lauriesinger #lauriesingerbehavioralservices #invisiblewheelchair #donaldgrothoff #anxiety #ocd #anxietytreatment #ocdtreatment #yourenotcrazy