Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

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OCD Therapy in London and Online

 

​Feel that your own mind is controlling you and that you are constantly repeating the same pattern? Even if it's out of your control, an obsessive-compulsive disorder may be a very isolating and lonely experience that makes you feel humiliated and different from other people.

 

 

What is OCD?

OCD sees your mind fixate on something unpleasant (obsession), which can be a consistent thought, visual, or urge. And your way of trying to find relief from the unease or anxiety creates for you involves taking a certain action or mental routine each time (compulsion).


We can all at times obsess about something or act compulsively. But if you have obsessive-compulsive disorder, you can't stop yourself. It all leads to significant distress and makes daily coping more of a challenge, whether that is at home or work, or with school or your social life.

 

Examples of OCD

  • Being convinced that you need to repeatedly wash your hands or specific objects because you risk being contaminated.

  • Believing that if you don't double-check each door every time you park, your car will be taken

  • Avoiding a specific location or circumstance because you have negative feelings about it.

  • Feeling that if you don't check to make sure that all the appliances are unplugged, your house will burn down.

  • Being certain that if you don't double tap everything you pass, awful things will happen to your family.

  • A pattern where you constantly hear in your head that you are going to become something, and you must spend an hour investigating to "disprove" it.

  • Pure O – Intrusive, violent, sexual, religious theme kind of imagination. A person might imagine wielding a knife to harm someone or throwing someone into the path of an approaching train or opening the door of a plane while it is in the air. There is no proof that somebody who has intrusive thoughts committed the crimes.

 

How does OCD Therapy work? What is the first step?

During the Initial Virtual Consultation, I will talk to you about the area of the mind that creates OCD. You will receive effective tools you can use every day for a calmer mind.
You will also receive a link to my sleep tape which helps to regulate sleep patterns, helps to reduce stress, and boosts your confidence.


Moving forward to subsequent sessions, we will release your OCD patterns with the Mind Reboot approach (link).
I will provide supportive tools based on neuroscience to help you manage stressful situations and feel calm and in control.
With indirect suggestions, positive language, and access to your subconscious mind, I can help you break old negative behavioral patterns and take control of your OCD.

 

 

Book a virtual consultation to find out more.