Let’s stop the cycle.
Persistent cravings, thoughts, or pictures that invade your mind are. Feelings of worry, guilt, and uncertainty are frequently brought on by these ideas, which are viewed as bothersome and unwelcome. Conversely, compulsive actions are performed repeatedly in accordance with rigid guidelines or as a reaction to obsessions. OCD feels like a monster you just can’t escape.
At Compass, our techniques utilize a type of psychotherapy for treating OCD known as exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP) and it is part of broader tree of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.