Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) can cripple a person’s ability to lead a normal life. Extreme forms of OCD include obsessive thoughts that can compel individuals to compulsively perform rituals repeatedly or hoard items in their homes. Over time, this disorder can make it difficult for individuals to maintain successful relationships and careers. The Control Center takes a personalized approach to creating OCD treatment plans that meet the needs of each individual patient.
Treating OCD at The Control Center
The Control Center provides a range of services that can help people with OCD regain control of their lives. Several types of therapies have proven successful in treating this disorder. By personalizing your OCD treatment plan, The Control Center can focus on the therapies that work best for you. Some of the treatment options that might help include:
- Medical Management that helps you find a prescription medication that can curb the symptoms of OCD while teaching you healthy lifestyle options that can put you back in control of your life
- Individual Therapy that uses the most effective forms of counseling to combat disruptive thoughts and compulsions
- Group Therapy that encourages people with OCD to learn from each other and form a supportive network
- Family and Couples Therapy that addresses unhealthy relationship issues and helps loved ones strengthen their relationships with one another
- Spiritual Therapy that uses meditation, creative visualization, breathing exercises, yoga, and other alternative therapies to make you feel more in control of your thoughts and behaviors
OCD and Related Disorders
People with OCD often have other mental health issues that can affect the OCD treatment plan’s success. The Control Center has several programs that address issues such as:
- Substance Abuse
- Compulsive Gambling
- Sex Addiction
- Shopping Addiction
By confronting these issues, patients often have greater success at managing their OCD symptoms.
The Control Center uses personalized OCD treatment plans to address the issues that affect each individual the most. If you feel that obsessive thoughts or behaviors have taken over your life, contact The Control Center to learn how a tailored OCD treatment plan could benefit you.