Your Recovery
will always be our Passion

We are a team of specialists with over 10 years experience working in the field of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Our next intensive group date:

Monday 21st-Friday 25th June 2021

What can we help you with?

I am a person with OCD

We provide effective, solution focussed therapy programs to help you begin actively taking steps towards regaining control over your life. We have worked with adults and children alike, with very successful results.

I am a carer
OCD can have a large impact for those around the person experiencing symptoms. This can lead parents, partners and carers to feel helpless, hopeless and at a loss as to what to do for the best.

We have been there. We haverecovered. We can show you how.

Here at the OCD Treatment Centre we understand how difficult life can be living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Although the processes behind OCD are always very similar, the countless manifestations and sub types of OCD can become very overwhelming, leading to feelings of hopelessness and exhaustion for the person experiencing symptoms, and fast! We remember this feeling only too well, and this is why we decided to dedicate our time and energy to helping others manage and overcome this debilitating disorder. Once recovered, we then gained the necessary professional experience and qualifications in order to provide people with accessible, friendly therapy that actually works. OCD is still grossly misunderstood, and finding adequate therapeutic services often proves only too difficult. We are working hard to change that.

OCD makes people feel afraid, and often alone which is why it is extremely important that you feel understood and empathised with by your therapist, especially if you are to build a relationship that will help you to successfully overcome your OCD. This is why we are passionate in providing an experience that in stills confidence in our service to you, from the very first communication you have with our centre.

Some of the reasons we believe we can help

First hand




Skills that
really work

Options for
carer support

Group Intensive Treatment Program

Our group intensive treatment option provides an opportunity to access professional and effective intensive therapy within a small group dynamic. We are passionate that all our programs provide the most effective therapy possible. For this reason we keep group attendance numbers small, with multiple therapists conducting each group. The group process is an extremely powerful one, with clients often describing that they felt immediately less isolated and alone as soon as the program begins. We believe that the intensive group option is one of the most effective ways of working at OCD.

Chloe, 27 writes: “The group intensive treatment program was one of the best weeks of my life. Not only did the therapists know OCD inside out, everyone was lovely. I clicked with every-one on the group, and I truly believe that I have met some friends for life.”


Some of the places we have worked to date

Here at the OCD Treatment Centre, we are incredibly proud to say that we have helped people in over 25 countries around the world, and counting. Although we consider ourselves very lucky to make a difference to so many people from many walks of life, this also shows just how challenging it can be to access truly effective therapy for OCD for so many people. This motivates us to continue to raise positive awareness of OCD, so that more people become aware OCD and it’s symptoms, as well as understand how to access the correct type of therapy.


Mindfulness and OCD
What we focus on is important. We have approx 70,000 thoughts a day. When we focus our attention on a distressing thought this tells the brain that thought is important.
Stress and the Development of OCD
OCD is believed to be caused by a misfiring in the information processing area of the brain. This area is known as the basal ganglia.

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