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Do you have Obsessive Compulsive Disorder?
Do you have obsessive thoughts and sensations like these?
  • Fear of germs or contamination

  • Fear of forgetting, losing, or misplacing something

  • Fear of losing control over your behavior

  • Aggressive thoughts toward yourself or others

  • Unwanted, forbidden, or taboo thoughts involving sex, religion, or harm

  • Need to have things symmetrical or in perfect order


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Do those thoughts and urges cause you to perform repetitive behaviors like these?
  • Checking and rechecking doors and windows

  • Excessive handwashing and cleaning

  • Checking and rechecking your body or clothes

  • Saying or doing things a set number of times or in a certain way before you can leave the house?

  • Checking and rechecking your driving route

  • Repetitive counting

  • Checking and rechecking your phone or computer

  • Arranging all of your clothes or possessions in a specific and rigid way


We are here to help!
Our OCD Therapy

Our OCD Therapy can help eliminate the distress and anxiety you feel when you don't engage in those behaviors.

Our OCD Therapy can help restore your healthy social interactions and ability to perform your daily tasks. 

Our OCD Therapy can help you STOP having those unwanted thoughts, images, and urges.


Why it's so important to call now.

Our therapists are trained in both ERP and EMDR therapies. Research shows that ERP and EMDR can both effectively treat patients with OCD.

Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) therapy helps you face triggers and manage obsessions without engaging in compulsions. It works to break the automatic connection between the obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. It can also help by training you to avoid ritualized behaviors when you are feeling anxious.

Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy can help reduce the symptoms and frequency of OCD, including compulsions, anxiety, and depression. EMDR is thought to work by helping to process and understand the trauma that may have led to OCD. It can also help to identify and challenge negative, distorted, and irrational thoughts that contribute to OCD, and make compulsive symptoms more manageable.

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