Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is a common and often upsetting condition which can be associated with anxiety, stress and worry and can affect both young and old.
Traditionally, some think that sufferers of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder spend their time washing their hands or locking, checking and rechecking doors and unfortunately these actions can be open to teasing and ridicule at home, at school and at work.
The harsh reality of this condition is that OCD can take hold of people’s lives and the repetitive thoughts and unwelcome obsessions, the actions, compulsions and rituals can be so debilitating and embarrassing that they can compromise self esteem and confidence.
Some of the areas of Compulsivity that Simon has seen include:
Germs, contamination, cleanliness and sanitation issues surrounding home and public toilets, bathrooms.kitchens, personal appearance and food.
Habits, tidying, straightening, locking, checking, cleaning.
Counting, hoarding, touching, symmetry, collecting and buying.
It is advised that new Clients should contact their GP to describe their symptoms prior to meeting with Simon.
To meet with Simon to discuss your OCD treatment press here and arrange your first appointment.