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. In attendance are some of the best clinicians and researchers in the field. Many of these individuals will be presenting talks related to OCD … (read more)
I consider myself a scientist. I wear this hat officially when conducting research, but I also wear it every time I sit with a patient. In my research, my science is pretty self-evident: I identify a research question, develop falsifiable hypotheses, and then collect quantifiable data to see whether or not the phenomenon I’m studying … (read more)
Social media tools like Facebook and Twitter are poised to revolutionize healthcare. Social media sites can be useful for quickly disseminating health-related information and giving users a place to connect around shared interests. In some cases, online support communities have supplanted the traditional support group model. In other cases, social media tools are actually being … (read more)
I am working on some substantial content changes to this website, which will be rolling out gradually. Just to orient you:
1. My OCD research section has been updated.
2. I have added a section about my treatment philosophy.
Welcome to my blog. My name is Steven J. Seay, Ph.d., and I am a licensed psychologist in Florida and Missouri. I am currently the Director of the Center for Psychological & Behavioral Science. Over the coming weeks and months, I plan to use this blog to offer a variety of useful resources for … (read more)