Recognition rates, treatment recommendations and stigma attributions for clients presenting with taboo intrusive thoughts: A vignette‐based survey of psychotherapists

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a prevalent mental health disorder which is characterised by high levels of morbidity. Most individuals with OCD do not receive adequate psychotherapeutic intervention. Research suggests that taboo intrusive thoughts are less likely to be recognised as OCD in comparison to more recognisable forms. Stigma attributions are higher for individuals with taboo intrusive thoughts. …

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