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Center for Psychological & Behavioral Science

11641 Kew Gardens Ave #207
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
Phone: (561) 444-8040

Upcoming Events

  • Events on September 18, 2014
    September 18, 2014, 7:00 pm.
    CPBS OCD Support Group for Kids & Teens (Dr. Seay).
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  • Events on September 25, 2014
    September 25, 2014, 6:30 pm.
    PBG Support Group for Adults (Member Led).
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  • Events on October 14, 2014
    October 14, 2014, 6:30 pm.
    CPBS OCD Support Group for Adults (Dr. Seay).
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Most Recent Articles

Group Therapy for OCD: Power in Numbers

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Group Therapy for OCD Wow. Our first OCD treatment group met yesterday, and IMHO, it was an incredible experience. Thank you to all who attended and showed such courage in standing up to their OCD. I was reminded...

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Teen Social Anxiety Group (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy/Group Therapy)

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Teens with social anxiety unite! In this paid treatment group, teens will support each other in developing cognitive behavioral skills to combat social anxiety. This workshop will be interactive and fun. Note: If...

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OCD Treatment Group Using ERP

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OCD Treatment Group! I am pleased to announce the availability of our new exposure and response prevention (ERP)-based treatment group.  The intent of this group is to provide a supportive environment for...

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What is OCD?

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OCD is a malevolent advisor that wants to deceive us about the fundamental nature of the world. It wants us to believe that the world shouldn’t have any sharp edges and that our experience should be as...

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Scary Thoughts as Costumes: The Illusion of Danger

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It’s nearly Halloween, and kids around the country are digging through dusty closets and plundering the aisles of local Halloween shops in search of the perfect costume. Halloween is the one night of the...

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OCD Awareness Week

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The International OCD Foundation (IOCDF) is sponsoring OCD Awareness Week, which means that organizations around the world are hosting special OCD-related events this week. South Floridians, we invite you to join...

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Vomit Phobia – Fear of Vomiting (Emetophobia)

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Flu season will be quickly upon us and with it comes an unfortunate increase in the likelihood of experiencing fevers, coughs, runny noses, vomiting, and the like. Although no one enjoys being sick, this time of...

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Postpartum OCD – Fear of Harming Your Baby

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Parents brace themselves for many changes when a new baby comes home. As new routines replace old, life quickly becomes a confusing jumble of cherished memories, bottles, and dirty diapers. Parenting can be...

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IOCDF Conference, IOP for OCD Program, & Group Therapy for Panic…

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Just a few quick announcements: 1) The 2012 meeting of the International Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation (IOCDF) is just a week away. The IOCDF conference marks the perfect convergence of all things OCD-related....

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Suicide Obsessions: Fear of Killing/Harming Yourself

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Thoughts of death, dying, and suicide are an unfortunate reality for many individuals. In the U.S. alone between 2008 and 2009, approximately 3.7% of adults (8.3 million Americans) reported having suicidal...

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Fear of Hurting Other People

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The fear of harming others can be a sign of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), a neurobiological condition that is associated with repetitive, intrusive, distressing thoughts that can’t easily be...

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Aggressive Obsessions: Fear of Harming or Killing Others

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Aggressive obsessions go by many names. Harm obsessions, violent obsessions, morbid obsessions…the list goes on… These symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) involve the fear of harming or...

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Harm Obsessions & Violent Obsessions

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Imagine that you’re leaning down to kiss your young daughter goodnight, when BAM! You are jolted by an image of yourself stabbing her to death. Alternatively, picture yourself as a young child who is...

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OCD Books & OCD Websites

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This is a recommended list of OCD books and OCD websites that I consider to be essential reading for individuals with obsessive-compulsive disorder. In addition to my formal training in OCD treatment, these OCD...

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OCD & Checking: Part 2 (Mental Checking)

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Behavioral Checking (Overt Checking) Many examples of compulsive checking rituals in OCD involve direct inspection of a target stimulus by sight, sound, or feel. Common OCD checking behaviors include relocking...

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Checking & OCD: Part 1 (Checking for Safety)

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Compulsive checking often begins innocently enough. One check here, two checks there… But OCD’s greed knows no bounds. What starts out as a simple check “just to make sure” eventually...

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