Millions of people affected: more widespread since the beginning of the pandemic
Millions of people worldwide suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorders, and the number is increasing. But what is the origin of an obsessive-compulsive disorder? When are washing, re-checking, tidying up, and other such repetitive compulsions more than just harmless tics? And at what point are excessively reoccurring thoughts in need of treatment?
Klaus Bernhardt explains what lies behind obsessions and compulsions, how they develop, and when those affected should seek help. Oriented on the latest scientific findings and with the help of concrete examples, he provides sufferers with tools for self-help suitable for everyday use. In addition, he illustrates many beneficial therapeutic approaches which unfortunately are used far too seldom. With his methods it is possible to quickly get obsessive-compulsive disorders under control and maybe overcome them permanently.