Finding Relief from OCD?

What is OCD?

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a long-lasting condition where people have troubling thoughts (obsessions) and do the same actions over and over (compulsions).
Someone with OCD might worry a lot about germs, fear something terrible will happen, or keep checking if they locked the door or turned off the stove. They might also want things to be in perfect order.
OCD can be hard to deal with, but help is available to alleviate the symptoms.



Obsessions (Troubling Thoughts)

● Repeated, distressing thoughts or worries.
● Fears of contamination or germs.
● The fear of something terrible happening to oneself or to others.
● Doubts about routine tasks.
● The need for everything to be in perfect order or symmetry.

Compulsions (Repetitive Actions)

● Repeatedly doing the same thing.
● Washing hands excessively to get rid of germs.
● Checking repeatedly for safety (e.g., doors, appliances).
● Repeatedly counting or organizing things.
● Reducing anxiety or discomfort through rituals.

What Causes this Condition?

  • There could be a genetic link to OCD if you have a family history.
  • An imbalance in brain chemicals can result in OCD.
  • A stressful life event or traumatic experience can trigger or worsen.
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How We Can Help


Our approach includes:

Assessment and Diagnosis

To understand the nature of your OCD, we begin with a thorough assessment.


Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is one of the most effective treatments for OCD. We help you confront and manage your obsessions and compulsions.

Medication Management

Some patients might benefit from taking medication as a treatment plan. We offer medication management to treat OCD as part of a comprehensive treatment plan.

Reach Out


We can teach you or your loved ones how to handle intrusive thoughts and deal with OCD, as well as other serious mental health issues.

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