• Individuals Diagnosed with OCD
  • Experiencing OCD Symptoms
  • Experiencing Functional Impairment
  • Those with Undiagnosed Symptoms
  • Children and Adolescents
  • Family Members and Caregivers

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“Obsessive-compulsive disorder is like having a bully in your brain, making irrational demands and instilling relentless fear, but with therapy and support, you can learn to stand up to that bully and reclaim control of your thoughts and actions.”

OCD, or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, is a mental health condition characterized by intrusive, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and repetitive behaviors or rituals (compulsions) that individuals feel compelled to perform in order to alleviate distress or anxiety caused by their obsessions. These compulsions are often performed in a ritualistic manner and can take up significant amounts of time, interfering with daily functioning and quality of life. OCD can vary widely in severity, with some people experiencing mild symptoms and others experiencing more debilitating forms of the disorder.


  • Symptom Reduction
  • Improved Quality of Life
  • Enhanced Coping Skills
  • Increased Insight and Awareness
  • Development of Healthy Habits