Up to 75% of individuals with HD have at least one other co-occurring psychiatric condition. These may manifest with prominent hoarding behaviors described here in the differential diagnosis for hoarding symptoms.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Be cautious: not all obsessive thinking is OCD.
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A study of treatment tolerance and therapeutic response in children and adolescents with OCD.
Hair-pulling can be associated with depressive symptoms and anxiety. While treatment is often elusive, some therapies have been found to be effective. This slideshow reviews noteworthy studies for clinicians to review.
Internet-based CBT has shown promise to improve access to therapy for patients with OCD, which is associated with a profoundly diminished quality of life and social isolation.
The authors provide information about the human-animal bond that may provide a starting point for understanding the development of animal-hoarding disorder.
When hoarding disorder is suspected, it is important to assess for other psychiatric disorders that may affect the presentation and treatment of symptoms. Find out more in this quiz.
In this podcast, two psychiatrists discuss current clinical research and the future of treatment options for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
DSM-5 criteria for hoarding disorder necessitate that the hoarding behaviors cause clinically significant impairment in the patient’s ability to function.