OCD Coaching Videos

OCD Coaching Videos

These OCD Coaching videos will help you remember that you have the power to recover from OCD. Each video will literally show you or tell you how to challenge OCD which will weaken it. We are here to help you get your life back on track. And, you can do it! Check out the videos in this section that will help you challenge OCD and find peace!

How to Stop Hand Washing with ERPT

My wife, who has been a great ERP Coach for me, along with my therapist, encouraged me to make this one to help others and help myself too. Man, I tell ya' ~ this one is hard for me to edit and watch myself. I mean, who wants to watch their own disorder?. So, be...

Mindfulness

James Callner, OCD Educator, introduces you to an easy way to get into Mindfulness anytime you are anxious. https://youtu.be/i4MvlIT_Jq4

Anxiety First Aid

Part One. James Callner offers practical simple tools to bring down your anxiety. Tools he has learned over 32 years of challenging OCD and anxiety. https://youtu.be/9Vs8zhfe-2g

Monkey Mind & OCD

“Ancient Eastern religions and cultures have an intriguing metaphor for the typical human mind, describing human consciousness as “monkey mind.” According to Hindu and Zen Buddhist traditions, the untrained mind is a like a cluttered room filled with wild, unruly,...

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The onset of OCD came into my life at age 29. I am now 69 and recovery has come very far. But, still working on it daily. In the beginning I thought of OCD as robbing me of two things: trust and spirit. Now, when I use the word spirit I mean it in terms of being a spirited person, a funny, energetic human being. In my mind OCD seemingly damaged that aspect of me. I was obsessing on very bizarre things because OCD always attacks what you care about or your morals,but it always lies. And, I had horrible germ phobias and hand washing compulsions. But, most of all I was anxious ,scared and nothing was fun or funny. My spirit was almost gone. So how did I drag myself out of this pit? One day at a time and with plenty of help. All that help included words that came in the form of inspiration or getting back in-spirit. This is why I post in-spir-a-tional posts. I believe we are all seeking to reclaim our spirits again and in-turn that builds trust - and recovery happens. Make sense? JC 💙 ... See MoreSee Less

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The onset of OCD came into my life at age 29. I am now 69 and recovery has come very far. But, still working on it daily. In the beginning I thought of OCD as robbing me of two things: trust and spirit.  Now, when I use the word spirit I mean it in terms of being a spirited person, a funny, energetic human being. In my mind OCD seemingly damaged that aspect of me. I was obsessing on very bizarre things because OCD always attacks what you care about or your morals,but it always lies. And, I had horrible germ phobias and hand washing compulsions. But, most of all I was anxious ,scared and nothing was fun or funny. My spirit  was almost gone. So how did I drag myself out of this pit? One day at a time and with plenty of help. All that help included words that came in the form of inspiration or getting back in-spirit. This is why I post in-spir-a-tional posts. I believe we are all seeking to reclaim our spirits again and in-turn that builds trust - and recovery happens. Make sense? JC 💙
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OCD Coaching Videos are not designed to replace professional OCD Therapy. They are intended to help in the education and coaching for those suffering with OCD. James Callner is an OCD Educator and Coach, teaching from over 35 years of his own recovery experience. The Coaching Videos, Blog Posts and other information on this website are not a replacement for a professional therapist. Mr. Callner contributes his videos to the OCD Treatment Centre in Taunton England. OCD Treatment Centre therapists approve all OCD Coaching Videos. .