Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

 

Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results

Albert Einstein

 

People often keep their obsessions secret for many, many years and are invariably too embarrassed to tell anyone. They feel powerless to deal with their compulsive behaviours.

The range of OCD’s is far greater than most people realise but over the years I have helped a number of people to successfully overcome compulsive behaviours such as repetitive and excessive

 

  • Checking doors, locks etc

  • Counting

  • Hoarding

  • Washing

  • Touching

  • Negative thoughts e.g harming someone

 

Most OCDs tend to stem from a mechanism to cope with the stresses and traumas of everyday life. The consequences of the compulsive behaviour can be hugely debilitating to a person’s life.

 

If you would like more information how I may be able to help you or perhaps you just want to talk in confidence to someone who is completely non judgmental, then please feel free to contact me.

 

Case Study

 

Rulani had been suffering with obsessive thoughts around harming her small child. She was particularly terrified to be in the kitchen close to knives and her son. Going back into Rulani’s past we were able to clear out the baggage that had caused the OCD to occur in the first place. She was then able to apply techniques going forwards that led her to being free of this very unpleasant OCD.

 

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