Seeking help for intrusive thoughts can be difficult because you don’t understand why you are having these thoughts. You might feel that others (even your therapist) will judge you if you open up and voice those thoughts. OCD can be debilitating and overwhelming because. You might feel that you need to have control over everything or even that you don’t have room for uncertainty in your life because something bad might happen or your biggest fear will become true. The truth is that intrusive thoughts don’t define you as a person, your therapist will not judge you and there are proven treatments that will help you manage this disorder.
Do you ever ask yourself some of these things or feel like this?
You are not alone! There is treatment for OCD and we can help you manage and understand those thoughts.
If these sound true for you, I want you to know that you are not alone. It takes courage and strength to take that first step and ask for help.
How therapy for OCD works?
The treatment of choice for OCD is a Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT) called Exposure and Response prevention (EX/RP).
The therapy consists of 17 to 20 biweekly online sessions that will help you to manage and reduce your obsessions and compulsions. Some reading and homework is also an important part of this therapy.
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