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What Is Perinatal OCD? Adler professor and perinatal mental health expert explains

In the Media | 10.14.22

Adler University assistant professor and clinical training director Rachel Diamond, Ph.D., authored a column for Psychology Today about perinatal obsessive-compulsive disorder (P-OCD) — the most misunderstood disorder during pregnancy and postpartum. Dr. Diamond highlights the signs and symptoms of P-OCD, which affects 7% to 11% of women during the perinatal period, and options for treatment. Read the full article.

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