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You are at Literature Packets from the Obsessive Compulsive Information Center

There are many questions about OCD and related disorders that are received very frequently by the Obsessive Compulsive Information Center at the Madison Institute of Medicine. In order to answer these questions in a timely manner, we have compiled packets of information on each topic. The cost is $10.00 per packet, plus shipping.

Listed below are the currently available packets. Each packet contains several important pieces of literature that relate specifically to the topic addressed. The packets are updated frequently as new materials become available.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder - General Packet
Overview of OCD, with information about prevalence, diagnosis and treatment.


Children and Adolescents
Diagnosis, treatment and other information on OCD in young children and adolescents.


Elderly
OCD in older individuals, especially in regard to treatment of patients 65 and older.


Body Dysmorphic Disorder (Dysmorphophobia)
Obsessions about physical appearance or perceived defects of a specific physical feature such as the nose, ears, hair or skin.


Hoarding
OCD that involves compulsive collecting and great difficulty discarding unneeded items.


Obsessions Without Compulsions (Pure Obsessions)
Obsessive thoughts not accompanied by outward compulsive rituals and how the thoughts can be treated with medications and behavior therapy.


Obsessive Compulsive Personality Disorder (OCPD)
Often confused with OCD, this personality disorder is characterized by perfectionism, indecisiveness, and preoccupation with details.


Scrupulosity
OCD that relates specifically to religious or moral issues and often involves preoccupation with sin and compulsive praying or other religious rituals.


Shopping, Compulsive
Excessive shopping, buying or spending and recommended treatments.


Skin Picking, Compulsive
Compulsive picking, scratching or other self-injurious behaviors of the skin and recommended treatments.


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