OCD behaviours to look for in the classroom video

Secondary

This short video covers some of the more obvious, and more subtle, signs of OCD in young people that teachers may notice.

Mental health counsellor Denise Egan-Stack talks about anxiety and OCD behaviours that school staff can look for in the classroom setting.

It is important to understand that this video is not a diagnostic tool, and many children might display some of these behaviours at one time or another who does not have OCD.

 

 

Using this resource

It would be useful for staff to watch this video alongside other reading material relating to generalised anxiety, ADHD and ASC.

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