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Payton Is Afraid of Dirt

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Payton is afraid of dirt. He’s afraid of germs and getting sick, and spends a lot of his time cleaning and worrying over his fears. Payton learns he has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). His OCD is like someone in his head is bossing him around all day long. It tells him that he has to wash and tidy, and cannot do the things he wants, like play outside. With the help of his family and doctor, Payton learns how to manage his OCD by putting it in an imaginary shrink machine, or ROARING it away! Learn how Payton, and others like him, make their OCD monsters smaller. Ages 6 to 11.

Category: Anxiety/Panic/OCD
Subcategory: Child & Adolescent
Series: Professional/Educator/Parent
Author: Simpon, Shanna

Publication Date: 15-02-2018
ISBN: 9781941765579

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