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OCD lends itself to intensive treatment. We offer a range of different intensive programs to suit everyones needs and circumstances.
If you feel that regular therapy is more suited to you, then you may wish to have weekly sessions over the phone, via skype or in person. We have a wide array of options.
All of our therapists have first hand experience of OCD
One of the things that we pride ourselves on here at The OCD Treatment Centre is that all of our therapists have first hand experience of OCD. All of our therapists have had their own, very personal journeys with what can be an extremely debilitation condition. Whilst learning to manage and recover from the constraints of the condition, all members of our team have then dedicated their lives to helping others also break free from the many symptoms that can lead sufferers feeling hopeless. Whether it be one of our therapists, mindfulness teachers or marketing team, we all know what it is like to be in the grips of OCD. If we can break free, so can you.
Empathy, understanding and compassion
We understand what it’s like to live a life in the constraints of the condition. OCD has many facets, and can often arise in different ways depending on the individual. Every OCD sufferer is caught up in a cycle of fighting loud, unwanted intrusive thoughts, experiencing intense urges to perform compulsions or avoiding feelings of anxiety and fear. At times, life can feel hopeless, and we have all been through that feeling ourselves. No matter how long you’ve been suffering, or how complex our life may feel, we are here to show you that there is hope, even if it doesn’t feel like it. We pride ourselves on our friendly and approachable nature. We have been working with OCD for a long time, nothing surprises us, and we offer a non-judgmental, person centred approach to each and every client.
Suffering from OCD can often be a frustrating and futile experience. That feeling that no matter what you do, every day you wake up with the same intrusive thoughts, feelings and urges can really lead to deep feelings of complete despair and hopelessness. However, you need not suffer alone. We have helped countless numbers of OCD sufferers to regain control of their life once again. Whether you want to be like ‘the old you’, or can’t remember a life free from the condition, we assure you that OCD is extremely manageable. We are confident that if you follow the program, listen to what we say, trust us and commit to the therapy, you will notice great improvements in the management of your OCD symptoms. Ask yourself this, do you currently live your life to be happy, or to be safe? The life that you want lies on the other side of fear. Read some of our success stories here!
Places we have worked in 2016-2017 to date.............
Since founded, the OCD Treatment Centre has worked with people all over the world, helping sufferers to regain control of their lives. OCD is an international problem, with a driving factor being the lack of understanding that surrounds the condition. As well as working with clients on a global scale, we are dedicated to raising accurate, positive awareness of the condition internationally as well as domestically. To find out more about some of the ways we have helped raise awareness, click here.
Some of the ways that we have worked to help raise awareness of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and other anxiety related disorders.
- Running educational conferences within communities around the world that do not have the access to resources that we do in Western countries
- Raising money for a range of OCD charities including OCD Action and MIND
- Contributing to current research and literature. We are proud to have worked with Jim Callner, and the OCD Awareness Foundation, USA. Find us in Jim's book here
- Conducting Intensive programs internationally
- Facilitating voluntary support groups throughout the UK
- Working with media production companies in order to challenge the stigma that is often associated with mental health, including magazine articles, documentaries and radio. These include Channel 4, the BBC and BBC Somerset Sound Radio.
- Offering educational support to schools and trainee doctors