Treatment Options

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Beginning treatment can feel like an overwhelming one, so we’re here to make it as stress-free as possible. We are passionate about providing an empathic, caring, and professional service to every one of our clients. We are confident that you will feel that you are in good hands from your very first contact with one of our team.

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Before accessing one of our treatment options, we need to conduct an assessment. The assessment allows us to find out a little more about your symptoms and start formulating how we think we can help. 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.


Skype/Phone Assessment to access weekly online sessions

Assessment to access weekly sessions at our clinic

Assessment to access intensive treatment

Treatment Options

With truly flexible treatment options, we have something that will suit everyone.

Weekly sessions

Once you have conducted your assessment with your allocated therapist, they will book you in for your next session. Weekly sessions can be conducted on an entirely flexible basis, taking place over a weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or ad hoc basis.

One-to-one Intensive Treatment

Our most intensive treatment plan, offering an individually tailored program relating to your OCD sub-types and access 20 hours of one-to-one therapy over five days, acting as an effective intervention so that you can start getting your life back once again.

Group Intensive Treatment

The group, intensive treatment, has all of the benefits of one-to-one therapy, just conducted in a slightly different way. Equally as effective as our one-to-one intensive treatment, the group program allows you to meet others with OCD creating a powerful therapeutic experience.

Why Intensive Therapy is effective for OCD

Intensive therapy for OCD has been shown to the quickest way to reduce anxiety and distress in people with Obsessive Compulsive symptoms. Due to the habitual nature of the condition, the more time spent changing unhelpful behaviour patterns, the quicker the person will start to experience recovery.

Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) has been shown to have an 80% chance of success. When conducted intensively, we believe this number is even higher. Empirical evidence shows that patients who are resistant to standard CBT regularly benefit from more intensive treatment. We certainly see this with our clients.

Our intensive treatment allows us to educate, identify and challenge unhelpful beliefs that drive the compulsive symptoms much more quickly than standard weekly treatment. For this reason, intensive treatment is our most popular option.

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