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I'm Jenna Overbaugh, a licensed therapist with 10 years of experience working with people who have OCD/anxiety and other disorders. I'm also a personal trainer, a mom, and lover of modern spirituality. Follow along for tons of resources, collaborations, and encouragement to do ALL THE HARD THINGS!

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All The Hard Things Jenna Overbaugh

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    • 4.9 • 81 Ratings

I'm Jenna Overbaugh, a licensed therapist with 10 years of experience working with people who have OCD/anxiety and other disorders. I'm also a personal trainer, a mom, and lover of modern spirituality. Follow along for tons of resources, collaborations, and encouragement to do ALL THE HARD THINGS!

Website: www.jennaoverbaugh.com
Instagram: jenna.overbaugh

Sign up for my newsletter!

Disclaimer: Please note that the information/resources offered on this podcast is not, nor is it intended to be, therapy or a replacement for therapy. It does not constitute a client/therapist relationship.

    #111 - Body Dysmorphic Disorder with Robyn Stern, LCSW

    #111 - Body Dysmorphic Disorder with Robyn Stern, LCSW

    In this episode, I talked with Robyn Stern, a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in treating Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD).  She was formally diagnosed with BDD when she was 22 years after several years of not knowing what was going on.  In this episode, we discuss..



    - her misdiagnosis of anxiety and depression and how this often happens for people who have BDD



    - the ways in which BDD overlaps yet is very different from related conditions, like Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)



    - the treatment for BDD and ways that people can get help



    You can learn more about Robyn and her work at the link below.  You can also follow her on Instagram @bddocdtherapist



    https://www.rlsterntherapy.com/



    This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation.  



    Head to my website at www.jennaoverbaughlpc.com to sign up for my free e-mail newsletter and grab your free "Imagine Your Recovered Life" PDF.  Course and more coming soon.

    • 43 min
    #110 - OCD and Comorbid Eating Disorders, Panic, and Bipolar with Brooke Miller

    #110 - OCD and Comorbid Eating Disorders, Panic, and Bipolar with Brooke Miller

    In this episode, I talked with Brooke Miller, a mental health/OCD advocate, registered nurse, wife, and mom who opens up about her struggles with OCD, eating disorders, panic disorder, and bipolar disorder.  We discussed... 



    - her experience with these comorbidities and how they presented and affected her 



    - why she thinks OCD was at the center and root of other diagnoses



    - what recovery looks like for her and how she learned to sit with discomfort and uncertainty



    You can learn more about Brooke and follow her on Instagram/TikTok at @brookemillermha

    www.smashingstigmas.com



    This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation.  To find a therapist near you to work more directly with these issues, head over to treatmyocd.com, IOCDF.org,  or nami.org.



    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennaoverbaugh/support 

    • 57 min
    #109 - Religious Scrupulosity and Moral OCD with Maddy Furgiuele

    #109 - Religious Scrupulosity and Moral OCD with Maddy Furgiuele

    In this episode, I talked with Maddy Furgiuele, a mental health/OCD advocate and student who struggled with OCD and anxiety since elementary school. We discussed...

    - her experience with scrupulosity, religious OCD, and moral OCD
    - examples of how she struggled including her compulsions and obsessions
    - how her OCD got better in one area then worse in another, and why this happens/what to do about it

    You can learn more about Madison and follow her on Instagram/TikTok at @mentalhealthwmaddy

    Madison has struggled with anxiety and OCD for over 5 years, and is a psychology major studying to become a registered psychotherapist. She is passionate about helping to reduce the stigma around mental health- specifically OCD.


    This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation.  To find a therapist near you to work more directly with these issues, head over to treatmyocd.com, IOCDF.org,  or nami.org.
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennaoverbaugh/support
    Join me on my #14daysofmagic challenge to become your best self for 14 days - learn more at magicmind.co/14daysofmagic and use code ATHT14 for 40% off your first subscription.

    • 46 min
    #108 - Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts with Shaun Flores

    #108 - Unwanted Intrusive Thoughts with Shaun Flores

    In this episode, I talked with Shaun Flores, OCD advocate, model, actor, and 2x Tedx Speaker to discuss his story as a black man with OCD.  We talked about...



    - the shame in some communities regarding mental health difficulties

    - breaking the stigma associated with OCD

    - his experiences with intrusive thoughts, before and after finding a therapist who helped him



    You can learn more about Shaun and his work here:

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theshaunflores/ 

    Portfolio: https://linktr.ee/theshaunflores 



    This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation.  To find a therapist near you to work more directly with these issues, head over to treatmyocd.com, IOCDF.org,  or nami.org. 



    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennaoverbaugh/support



    Join me on my #14daysofmagic challenge to become your best self for 14 days - learn more at magicmind.co/14daysofmagic and use code ATHT14 for 40% off your first subscription.

    • 41 min
    #107 - Perfectionism and Depression with Dr. Margaret Rutherford

    #107 - Perfectionism and Depression with Dr. Margaret Rutherford

    In this episode, I talk with Dr. Margaret Rutherford, a psychologist, author, and host of The SelfWork Podcast. In this episode, we discuss..

    - how perfectionism and perfectionistic tendencies can mask depression
    - why being vulnerable makes us feel unsafe 
    - difficulty allowing yourself to express or feel anger, loss, grief, and other uncomfortable emotions 
    - understanding perfectionism, destructive belief processes, and connecting with suppressed emotions

    You can learn more about Dr. Rutherford and her book, "Perfectly Hidden Depression", here:
    https://drmargaretrutherford.com/about/

    This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation.  To find a therapist near you to work more directly with these issues, head over to treatmyocd.com, IOCDF.org,  or nami.org.
    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennaoverbaugh/support
    Join me on my #14daysofmagic challenge to become your best self for 14 days - learn more at magicmind.co/14daysofmagic and use code ATHT14 for 20% off.

    • 42 min
    #106 - Panic and Fear of Fear with Shannon Jackson

    #106 - Panic and Fear of Fear with Shannon Jackson

    In this episode, I talk with Shannon Jackson (IG: @ahealthypush), an anxiety coach, wife, mom, and podcaster - roles she never thought she'd play due to her debilitating anxiety, panic, and agoraphobia.  In this episode, we discuss..



    - her story of growing up with debilitating anxiety, panic, agoraphobia, and other difficulties that made everyday activities unbearable

    - examples of intense struggle including being unable to drive, difficulty going to work, and always needing to have her "safe place"

    - how fighting physiological symptoms of anxiety actually makes you panic more, and what to do instead

    - how she helps other individuals overcome panic, anxiety, and fear while navigating recovery herself



    You can learn more about Shannon and A Healthy Push below:

    "A Healthy Push" podcast - available wherever you get your podcasts

    www.ahealthypush.com

    www.instagram.com/ahealthypush



    This podcast should not be substituted, nor is meant to act as a substitute, for legitimate mental health treatment/a legitimate mental health treatment provider. This podcast and any information in it is solely the reflection of general knowledge and cannot be taken as a personal therapeutic recommendation.  To find a therapist near you to work more directly with these issues, head over to treatmyocd.com, IOCDF.org,  or nami.org.



    Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jennaoverbaugh/support



    Join me on my #14daysofmagic challenge to become your best self for 14 days - learn more at magicmind.co/14daysofmagic and use code ATHT14 for 20% off.

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

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81 Ratings

81 Ratings

marava07 ,

Great podcast!

Jenna’s podcast, and instagram page have been more helpful than years of CBT therapy. Wish I had listened sooner. I am feeling hopeful for my recovery again. Thank You Jenna!

TLD525 ,

Key aspect of recovery

This podcast has been integral in helping learn to leave in recovery. The podcast and all Jenna’s wisdom and knowledge she shares has helped me connect dots. I have learned so much through ERP therapy and finding this podcast and Jenna’s content has been so enriching to my recovery. I wholeheartedly recommend you listen!

ColoradoFly ,

Sheds a bright light

This podcast sheds a bright light on disorders kept in the dark by those who suffer (literally) from them. It provides insight and hope with realism. The realism is that recovery takes work, and a properly trained therapist is crucial (no, I’m not a therapist or patient).

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