Harm OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder) is a subtype of OCD in which an individual experiences intrusive, distressing, and unwanted thoughts, images, or impulses related to causing harm to others or themselves. People with Harm OCD often fear that they will act on these thoughts and cause harm. Individuals with Harm OCD may experience a range of symptoms, including intrusive thoughts about violent or harmful acts, repetitive checking or reassurance-seeking behaviors, excessive guilt or shame, and avoidance of situations or people that may trigger their obsessions. These symptoms can significantly interfere with daily life, leading to significant distress and impairment in social, occupational, and other areas of functioning.
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ERP For Harm OCD (No extreme exposures)
Harm OCD urges
Fear of losing control
Fear of being angry
Fear of psychosis
Fear of habituating to being a bad person
Depersonalization and numbness
Disturbing thoughts in Harm OCD
Feelings in Harm OCD (emotional and physical)
Connection with False Memory OCD
Real Event OCD
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