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Treatment Challenges Of Impulse Control Behavioral Disorders

Dr. Jon Grant discusses the greatest challenges for clinicians treating impulse control behaviors and provides an insight into future treatment methods. Dr. Grant uncovers various types of common obsessive behaviors, such as excessive hand washing, and atypical obsessive behaviors with sexual, violent or sacrilegious themes.

Jon Grant, JD, MD, is a Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience at the University of Chicago Medicine. Dr. Grant earned his medical degree at Brown University, and his juris doctorates at Cornell University. Dr. Grant …

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