What Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Is
Obsessive compulsive disorder is the presence of repetitive and persistent thoughts or urges (obsessions) as well as rigid and repetitive behaviors or acts that an individual feels driven to perform in response to the obsession (compulsions) (adapted from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders Fifth Edition). When women experience these obsessions and compulsions, they need obsessive compulsive disorder treatment.
What We Treat
Magnolia Creek provides treatment and support for obsessive compulsive disorder. We also treat common co-occurring disorders, including the following: eating disorders, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders, and obsessive compulsive personality disorder.
Our Treatment Philosophy
In our obsessive compulsive disorder treatment, our clients participate in (up to) three individual sessions a week and approximately four psychoeducational groups each day in addition to weekly meetings with the staff psychiatrist, psychologist, dietitian, and clinical director. We aim to provide comprehensive, strengths-based treatment to all of our clients. This includes elements of spirituality, mindfulness, nutrition, art, movement/exercise, and psychotherapy. It may also include pharmacology, depending on the need.
Goals for Therapy
Treatment goals vary from person to person, but in general, women in our obsessive compulsive disorder treatment strive to:
- Reduce obsessive thoughts as well as compulsive behaviors
- Improve quality of life and levels of occupational, relational, or recreational functioning
- Distinguish real from anticipated danger
- Challenge maladaptive core beliefs that maintain interfering symptoms
The mental health clinicians at Magnolia Creek use many evidence based therapies, including the following: exposure and response prevention, cognitive behavioral therapy, and family therapy.
- Break Free from OCD: Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder with CBT by Fiona Challacombe, Victoria Bream Oldfield, and Paul M. Salkoviskis
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Treatment at Magnolia Creek
When OCD takes over, life can feel impossible. If you are suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder, we can help you. For more information, please give us a call at 866-318-2329 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.