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Dealing with OCD in the Office - Webinar

  • ID: 5318051
  • Webinar
  • July 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 60 Minutes
  • NetZealous LLC
25 % OFF
until Nov 30th 2021
A person at work re-reading a report over and over and over takes time and may never be completed because it cannot be done perfectly.

A person late for work too many times because of fear that they did not lock the door and need to check may be fired.

When cleanliness at home takes so much of your attention that your family become upset stress builds at home.

Managing a person's OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) can be a full-time endeavor and take over a person's life.

OCD is really fueled by anxiety and stress. Anxiety is about fight or flight, which is a natural, cautionary process of the mind to protect us from a threat. It is when anxiety raises to excessive heights and takes over that it becomes a problem.

The toughest part of fight or flight is that we are stressing over something that is not a real threat, yet wego through the same process as if it were a tiger attack. Fight or flight does things to our mind and body which hamper us from thinking clearly. Kicking into fight or flight stressing about a test in school or the next quarterly budget report or will my job still be around next year is not healthy but that is what happens. Someone dealing with OCD is stuck in a vicious loop of negative thoughts which command that person's life.

It is important to manage our stress and anxiety in order to perform our best at work, home or school. It is also becoming clearer that our healthcare system does not seem to be working to our benefit. Themedication given for OCD have affects and can help but there are other better ways to handle it. In this course we discover the effects of OCD on the brain, understand the signs and symptoms of OCD and learn ways to handle OCD naturally in the office and at home.

Why you should Attend

OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) is one of the most mysterious and confusing disorders. It is assumed by many to be an organizational or cleanliness issue, which is a total misrepresentation of what OCD is. Someone truly suffering from OCD can

have their life and work disrupted and taken over by OCD. Knowing how to deal with OCD can give someone their life back and make a business thrive.

The job that person has or the business that person runs suffers along with the person. That person’s family suffers along with their suffering. Anxiety disorders affect their family, their work and their life.

It is becoming common knowledge that our healthcare system does not treat mental health well. The medication given for OCD have affects and can help but there are other better ways to handle it.

Not dealing with OCD can run a business into the ground. Knowing how to deal with OCD can make a business thrive.

There are natural ways to work through and manage OCD. The goal is to get you managing the obsessive thoughts, handling the compulsions and do it naturally.

Now more than ever we need natural ways to manage OCD and this class will teach you how to do that.

Areas Covered in the Session
  • Basic understanding of how the brain operates
  • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) and its effects on the brain
  • Ways to handle OCD in the office
  • Bonus - Ways to personally handle OCD
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Donald Grothoff is an author, speaker, EFT practitioner, podcaster and a business owner of Focused Healthy Family in Charlotte, NC USA. The focus of his practice is helping families dealing with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), ADHD and other anxiety disorders via a modality called Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or "tapping". With over thirteen years of training and experience in EFT, Don assesses the whole person, family, individuals, business and home environment, providing a variety of alternative treatments that address each person's particular needs.

Don has helped local schools and businesses develop their own mindfulness programs. He has worked with traditional and alternative practitioners such as a pediatric neurologist, integrative pediatric and naturopathic doctors, psychiatrists, chiropractors, therapist and social workers.
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