Disorder (OCD)

Many people have small habit or rituals that make themselves feel better. It could be a lucky item or a comforting routine. For people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), these behaviours are much more intense and disruptive and are fueled by unwanted thoughts that don’t go away.

Web Resources

Book List

These resources are available to borrow at the Family & Community Resource Centre. You can also check with your local library or with The Alberta Library for the availability of these resources.

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Collection


Thank you to our friends from OCD Program at Alberta Children's Hospital, part of Mood, Anxiety & Psychosis Service - Child and Adolescent Addiction and Mental Health Specialized Services and the Calgary Public Library for their contributions.

Current as of: April 22, 2021

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