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When most people think about obsessive-compulsive disorder OCD , they probably imagine the most widely known forms of compulsive behavior, such as repeated hand washing or checking a door to make sure it is locked. Since individuals with Pure O are often unaware they are being plagued by OCD and much of what they experience happens inside the mind, they often suffer in silence.

Pure O is commonly misunderstood by others and, at times, misdiagnosed and mistreated by mental health professionals. As a result, an individual often concludes that he or she is internally flawed, evil, or psychotic, and the terror and isolation often experienced with Pure O is compounded. For example, one evening a new mother was placing her infant in her crib. Something in her mind told her to smother the baby with a pillow. Terror overcame the woman.

She gazed at the baby girl, so delicate and helpless. Is it possible that I am angry with the her? The more time spent seeking certainty, the more confused and realistic the fear seems. The human brain naturally generates nonsensical and often bizarre thoughts, even for those without OCD. A study conducted by Rachman and de Silva found that healthy college students reported having thoughts with common OCD themes, such as violence, forbidden sexual acts, and urges to do inappropriate things in public.

OCD is both genetic and learned. This leads to more value placed on incoming thoughts and relentless overresponding in the form of compulsions.

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Obsessions Found in Pure O Obsessions are intrusive and unwanted thoughts, images, impulses, or sensations. These mental intrusions are ego-dystonic. This contributes to the panic and internal resistance that accompanies such thoughts. While obsessions can take on any theme, the following are several categories of obsessions commonly experienced with Pure O: For example, a newly married husband and wife were sitting across the table from each other having breakfast.

The husband glanced at his wife and a thought intruded: With OCD, compulsions are always present, whether mental rituals or observable compulsions. Since individuals with Pure O fear the negative consequences of harmful, violent, or sexually inappropriate thoughts, they perform compulsive mental processes to neutralize fear.

Mental compulsions function as a method of figuring out the meaning of thoughts and serve as a desperate attempt to reduce anxiety and distress many fear will never go away. For example, a nursing student is sitting in a classroom listening to a lecture.

She begins to develop a process to protect her family from harm. At times, an image of one of her family members ends up on the wrong side of the wall. She then closes her eyes and counts silently—one number to represent each loved one.

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If she makes a mistake, she must start again, and before she knows it, the class is over. This becomes very distracting, and her grades drop dramatically. Because individuals with OCD are particularly sensitive to uncertainty, performing mental compulsions allows them to feel that everyone they are thinking about is safe.

This philosophy backfires because the thoughts are treated as if they are valuable and therefore become stronger. This leads to a vicious cycle of intrusive thoughts and mental neutralizations that build in intensity and frequency. There are innumerable ways in which individuals engage in mental compulsions and, at times, may become wrapped up in this process for most of the day. Here are a few examples: A person may examine whether having thoughts of harming others means he or she is evil or bad, even when the person does not fear that he or she will act on the thought.

An individual will review his or her memory to gain certainty about events that already occurred. The more an individual attempts to gain certainty about the memory, the more memory distrust emerges. This is when someone mentally recites special words or prayers to neutralize unwanted thoughts.

She continued praying until the intrusion was gone. Someone may spend a great deal of time wishing his or her thoughts would cease and fantasizing about how life could be without obsessions Grayson. Wishing is counterproductive and functions the same way as other compulsions, magnifying the importance of thoughts.

In addition to mental compulsions, individuals with Pure O also engage in observable compulsions, such as reassurance seeking, avoidance, and repeating behaviors, to neutralize thoughts. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Pure O Most clients enter treatment with the goal of stopping their obsessions. However, their attempt to get rid of unwanted thoughts is the problem. The following forms of therapy may prove beneficial when treating those with Pure O: Uncomfortable thoughts, feelings, images, urges, and sensations are all part of the human experience.

If we view them as problems, they become problematic. ACT has various techniques to help clients use mindfulness to observe their thoughts rather attaching to and becoming overwhelmed by them.

Russ Harris, in The Happiness Trap: How to Stop Struggling and Start Living, discussed a skill called cognitive defusion, which helps an individual create room for intrusive thoughts.

Instead of being crunched in a small closet with their thoughts, they are now in a gymnasium with them. Someone may value building relationships with others. Living life despite obsessions takes the power away from them.

Cognitive Restructuring Helping clients identify their distorted thinking patterns can assist in the treatment of Pure O. Cognitive restructuring that involves recognizing and reframing cognitive distortions can help clients make logical choices about how to respond to their thoughts. When using traditional cognitive therapy, encouraging clients to repeatedly convince themselves of the irrationality or absurdity of their thoughts mimics the way they engage in mental compulsions.

Instead, teach clients to use alternative thoughts that encourage them to sit with uncertainty, accept thoughts and feelings, and recognize that exposure is the best option.

Exposure and Response Prevention Exposure and response prevention ERP is a type of behavioral therapy that involves exposure to an obsession paired with prevention of the neutralizing ritual using a structured, hierarchical method.

A client may be asked to conjure a feared image and hold it in his mind for a period of time. Writing or saying words or phrases that elicit anxiety is another method. These scripts can be recorded and listened to periodically throughout the day.

Clients are also asked to do physical exposures such as holding a knife or watching a murder-themed movie. The purpose of exposure therapy should never be reassurance or safety but to become accustomed to moving forward in life in the face of inevitable uncertainty Grayson. The goal of ERP is to consistently increase anxiety levels and attempt to keep them high, eventually failing because of the habituation process.

The natural by-product of exposure is habituation. An individual will eventually decondition the anxiety that has been paired to his obsessions. When thoughts do arise, the relationship with them is one of openness and acceptance. Intrusive thoughts may even come less frequently after one has learned to live with them. Lower Resistance and Win When encountering a mountain lion on a hike, everything inside you urges you to run but knowing that will only encourage the lion to chase you, you logically decide against that response to stay alive.

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Clients can learn to use logic to respond to their OCD in a new way. With treatment, clients can expect to take their lives back from their OCD and start living again. Mandated Reporting Mandated reporters are required by law to report any risk of imminent harm to vulnerable populations, such as children, elders, and people with disabilities.

In addition, many states have duty to warn laws that require mental health professionals to warn potential victims if the professional has reasonable grounds to suspect that a client may be in danger of personal harm or harming others.

It is possible for mandated reporters to misinterpret their responsibilities when hearing clients describe their harm-laden obsessive-compulsive thoughts. These obsessions often have themes of pedophilia, harming children or elders, and even suicide. Clients who experience horrific thoughts and images are no more likely to act on these thoughts than the general population.

They are not psychotic, delusional, or experiencing command hallucinations instructing them to do harm. They are experiencing thoughts that are ego-dystonic, meaning they are distressing, unacceptable, and inconsistent with their identity and how they choose to behave.

The theme that can be particularly confusing is when a client is discussing unwanted thoughts about suicide. A client with suicide-themed obsessions does not want to kill himself and actually avoids knives, pills, or being alone for fear that he or she will act on the obsession. Clients often avoid sharing the themes of their obsessions or avoid therapy altogether if they are afraid their thoughts will be misinterpreted and reported to protective services or law enforcement agencies.

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