OCD One-to-one Intensive Treatment Program
Set in the heart of the Somerset countryside, Taunton is the perfect setting to access your one-to-one intensive program. There are many affordable, quality accommodation options situated close to our centre so that you can focus on what’s important, making the most of your therapy with us. In addition, our clinic rooms are set up uniquely to deliver our programs in a clear, concise, and effective way depending on your age and particular sub-type of OCD.
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Types of therapy included in the One-to-One in our treatment program
Before accessing one of our treatment options, we need to conduct an assessment. Our comprehensive assessment allows us to learn more about your specific OCD symptoms and sub-types and formulate your particular treatment plan. By the end of the assessment, your therapist will be able to offer a therapeutic recommendation. You will also have the opportunity to ask the therapist any other questions.
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One-to-One Treatment FAQs
Obsessions and compulsions are central problems within OCD, and for this reason, intensive forms of therapy often correlate with better results. This kind of therapy also allows our therapists to quickly build a solid and trusting therapeutic relationship with our clients, which is a crucial component in building the trust needed for our therapist to help you successfully manage your OCD symptoms.
Your allocated therapist will be right next to you every step of the way, from the day you walk into our centre-right until the very end of your journey with us.
Dr. Saxena, a Psychiatrist at the University of California, San Diego, School of Medicine, concluded that after patients attended intensive treatment for OCD, patients showed significant improvements in their OCD symptoms and their ability to function, based on PET scans. In addition, result success was also found in patients that had previously not responded successfully to standardized CBT. Dr. Saxena concluded: “Our study reinforced the efficacy of the treatment, and now we’ve shown how it works in the brain.”