Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Is a common and distressing mental health condition that can distort thinking into obsessional patterns and lead to compulsive behaviours. It can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, culture or background and often takes hold in early adulthood. There are many types of compulsive behaviour such as (but not limited to): checking, cleaning, ordering, arranging, hoarding, asking for reassurance, repeating words, having to think ‘neutralising’ thoughts to counteract obsessive thoughts and counting or repetitive rituals/movements. OCD can leave you feeling fearful, angry and powerless and the underpinning beliefs can be difficult and painful to reveal to others. Therapy can support you to untangle the thoughts and beliefs beneath your behaviours and how to interrupt and realign cognitive patterns (for example with cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), solution focus therapy, EMDR)

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