Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder - MedCircle

Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Obsessive-Compulsive Personality Disorder

7 Sessions

About 1 in 100 people in the United States is estimated to have OCPD. OCPD is diagnosed in twice as many men as women. (International OCD Foundation)

$80

OR
  • Get new series releases weekly
  • Dial into weekly Ask the Doctor calls

$10 / month ($120 paid annually)

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7 Sessions

About 1 in 100 people in the United States is estimated to have OCPD. OCPD is diagnosed in twice as many men as women. (International OCD Foundation)

$80

OR

$10 / month ($120 paid annually)

  • Plus a new series every week
  • Dial into weekly Ask the Doctor calls
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About the Series

Have you ever heard the expression, “that’s so OCD”? According to clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula, the personality disorder OCPD (obsessive-compulsive personality disorder) is the condition people are actually but unknowingly referring to when they use this phrase. OCPD is the most common personality disorder, yet most people either mistake it for the more commonly-known condition OCD, or don’t realize it’s a disorder at all.

In this enlightening series, Dr. Ramani breaks down how OCPD is different than OCD, how to spot its unique symptoms, how to convince someone showing those signs to go see a professional, and how to pursue short- and long-term treatment. You’ll walk away with actionable strategies on how to be the best supporter possible to someone with OCPD.

“OCPD - without insight, without self-reflection that these patterns are problems, you’re going to go nowhere fast.”

Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Dr. Ramani Durvasula

Who Is This Series For?

This series is for anyone who has been diagnosed with OCPD and wants to learn more about what this disorder entails and strategies for self-improvement.

This series is also a critical guide for supporters of those with OCPD. Through this in-depth education you will learn strategies to help your loved one and yourself.

Some of What You Will Learn

  • What obsessive-compulsive personality disorder is.

  • The difference between OCPD and OCD.

  • How to spot the signs and symptoms of OCPD.

  • Treatment options available.

  • Self-help strategies for long-term management for patients and supporters.

“I love how she explains the topic. She is clear and wise. Very informative.”

Marie R.

Marie R.

Session Overview

  • Session1

    OCPD 101: Why It’s an Issue & How It’s Different From OCD

    In our first session, Dr. Ramani explains what obsessive-compulsive personality disorder is and how it differs from the more common obsessive-compulsive disorder.

    17m
  • Session2

    The Causes of OCPD: Who Is Most At Risk?

    Dr. Ramani discusses the variety of causes of OCPD and which demographics are most at risk for developing this disorder.

    13m
  • Session3

    The Unique Signs of OCPD & How to Spot Them

    In this session, Dr. Ramani details the signs of OCPD and how you can spot them in your loved one, co-worker, friend, spouse, and others.

    11m
  • Session4

    The 8 Characteristics of OCPD, According to the DSM

    The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders outlines the criteria of OCPD. In this session, Dr. Ramani explains each criteria and how it manifests.

    20m
  • Session5

    Testing for OCPD & How to Convince Someone to See a Doctor

    When the patterns of OCPD start to impair your life, it becomes a disorder. Dr. Ramani explains how clinicians test for this disorder and how you can encourage a loved one to seek treatment.

    6m
  • Session6

    OCPD Treatment: The Ins & Outs You Should Know

    Clinical psychologist, Dr. Ramani, discusses the treatment options available, how to find the right provider, and gets real about her own obsession with her work.

    14m
  • Session7

    Improving with OCPD: What Long-Term Management Looks Like

    In our final session, Dr. Ramani discusses long-term management strategies to combat OCPD both as a patient and as a supporter.

    11m

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