TREATMENTS

OCD Treatment

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that affects two to three percent of the population. It usually begins in late childhood or early adolescence. People with OCD are usually aware of the irrational and excessive nature of their obsessions and compulsions. OCD often arises as the mind’s unconscious attempt to deal with complicated feelings or life-events that the person feels that they have no control over. We will provide numerous hours of specialized psychotherapy to address these challenges. We only ever have one client at a time to ensure that the best and utmost care is given to your health and wellbeing.

One on One Counseling

Family Counseling

Yoga – Reiki – Reflexology – Pilates – Massage

Solution Focused & Goal-Oriented Therapy

Personalized Treatment

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F.A.Q

What is the difference between behavioral addiction and substance addiction?

Behavioral addictions are non-substance addictions, like constant gambling or internet addictions, and are a set of repeated behaviors that a person becomes dependent on. Substance addiction is the abuse of alcohol or drugs. Both types of addictions can become the major focus of a person’s life and can harm the individual physically, mentally, or socially.

Does the rise of technology cause behavioral addictions?

Technology has played a crucial role to the rise of gaming, sexual and internet addictions. With a plethora of dating apps and free pornography, people nowadays seem to indulge much easier in sexually compulsive behaviors. Online gaming offers an escape from reality developing gaming addictions to a major percentage of adolescents and young adults. People also tend to obsessively check their social media and emails and are often diagnosed with an internet addiction.

Can behavioral addiction be treated?

Behavioral addictions can be treated. Psychotherapies or cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) are some examples of treatments that help identify harmful patterns in behavior and help by reshaping thinking to promote healthier behaviors in one’s lifestyle.