OCD is among the most common disorders of childhood, and it affects both children and their families. Efforts to improve therapy outcomes for youth with OCD increasingly have attempted to augment individual cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with greater family involvement. Increased family participation is aimed at helping families to cope and manage childhood OCD effectively. This study examines whether adding family therapy to traditional individual CBT (the current gold standard) improves outcomes for youth with OCD.
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