Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is typically a need to repeat thoughts or behaviours, often causing anxiety.

Many with OCD do superstitious rituals or thoughts to prevent something bad from happening. Others find themselves constantly cleaning, checking or looking out for danger.

You are not alone, 4% of the population experience OCD, affecting children and adults from all walks of life. OCD is usually quickly treated with CBT, most people gain control over their anxiety within a short period of time, and learn to master their fears.


Examples of OCD

  • Pure OCD (Pure O), thinking OCD
  • Fear of contamination
  • Fear of harming yourself or others
  • Intrusive sexual or violent thoughts
  • Fear of illness
  • A need to tap or count a number of times
  • HOCD (fear of being Homosexual)
  • Repetitive, superstitious behaviours


You may feel

  • Stressed or anxious
  • Annoyed or frustrated
  • Down or depressed
  • Shamed or isolated
  • Hopeless or without options


Young people with OCD

I often treat young people with high anxiety and OCD. I find most seek simple, practical techniques to bring stress under control. Parents benefit enormously from guidance and information that enables them to take charge of difficult situations and help their children conquer their fears.


Overcoming OCD

OCD is usually cured quickly and permanently with CBT therapy & Hypnosis. Unlike other therapies, CBT gives you the tools you need to bring this under control, and master your fears.

I have successfully helped a large number of young people and adults become free of OCD, helping them control compulsive thoughts and behaviours – and returning to a healthy and calm life.


Start recovery

I see clients by Phone, Skype and at my Central London office. Call or email for information, I offer a free 15 minute phone consultation.

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Rational Emotive Therapy