The present article examines the prevalence of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders
(OCRD) in the DSM-5 in children and adolescents as well as associated functional impairments.
Traditional cognitive-behavioral treatments for OCRD disorders are discussed as well as novel
treatments incorporating other forms of therapy, intensive therapy, home-based therapy, medication
enhanced therapy, and technology driven therapy. Clinical implications are also discussed.
Keywords: Cognitive-behavioral therapy, compulsive, novel, obsessive, pediatric, prevalence, related,
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