John Grohol, Psy.D. recently invited us to join PsychCentral by hosting a blog on anxiety and OCD. We are delighted to undertake this opportunity. We know that millions of people suffer from anxiety and/or OCD and many of them yearn for up to date information. That’s what we plan to bring to you.

Over the coming months we will offer insights derived from our years of clinical experience as well as thousands of research articles we have read. Since we write many books in the For Dummies series, you can expect us to communicate in clear, understandable terms without a whole lot of professional jargon. Call us on it if we slip!

We hope to hear suggestions, comments, and questions from many of you. Although we can’t answer every single question you might have, we will address most of the topics you send to us at some point. We are looking forward to communicating with you and greatly appreciate your interest.



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