Top positive review
Helpful for working with parents and children, but not so good for self help.
on 18 October 2017
This is a well presented book, and helpful for parents and children when working along with a therapist. Not enough pictures for the client side. A bit dry. The production quality could be enhanced if it were aiming at parents and children. It focuses on exposure and response prevention and doesn't mention behavioural experimentation. However, March was the first to seriously work on developing therapy for children with OCD. A definite must for the therapist, and maybe useful for the parent.