Support for People Dealing with OCD

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder interferes with a person’s functionality and disrupts everyday activities. Getting support and assistance for OCD can be overwhelming for …

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder interferes with a person’s functionality and disrupts everyday activities. Getting support and assistance for OCD can be overwhelming for those who are diagnosed, for their family, and for their friends.

It’s not uncommon to hear diagnosed patients struggle with treatment decisions because of confusion or fear toward issues such as therapy, residential care, and outpatient treatment options. To help people suffering from OCD, Edward Matisk, author of the book The Americans With Disabilities Act formed Support for OCD. In the article featured in Behavioral Healthcare’s site, Matisik says he wants to help people with OCD as “a guide, and advocate and a friend.”

The national group guides people with OCD to understand the healthcare and the legal systems so they can attain necessary assistance. Support for OCD researches different, evidence-based treatment options like cognitive behavior therapy, obtains legal assistance to offer individuals information about insurance, employment or education, and gives compassionate, non-judgmental, solution-focused support.

If you are seeking treatment for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) or other anxiety disorders, we can help. The Villa Orlando and Pasadena Villa’s Smoky Mountain Lodge are adult intensive psychiatric residential treatment centers for clients with serious mental illnesses. We also provide other individualized therapy programs, step-down residential programs, and less intensive mental health services, such as Community Residential Homes, Supportive Housing, Day Treatment Programs and Life Skills training. Pasadena Villa’s Outpatient Center in Raleigh, North Carolina offers partial hospitalization (PHP) and an intensive outpatient program (PHP). If you or someone you know may need mental health services, please complete our contact form or call us at 877-845-5235 for more information.

 

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Behavioral.Net

 

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