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Therapy session

I think my loved one has OCD, 
and I want support!

If you are a parent, spouse, or other loved one to someone who has OCD, you might be looking for support from a therapist

who understands OCD


You might be looking for

  • Expert information about OCD, especially guidance about symptoms that are bizarre or alarming to you 

  • Guidance about what to expect with your loved one’s OCD treatment

  • Support because your loved one is currently refusing therapy 

  • Encouragement with making behavioral changes to support your loved one's treatment, such as no longer accommodating your loved one’s OCD rituals

  • Help processing frustration, embarrassment, or other difficult feelings about your loved one’s symptoms

  • Strategies to deal with the direct negative impact that your loved one’s OCD symptoms have had on you

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Are you ready?

If this sounds like what you’re looking for, click on the button below to set up a free consultation call! That will give us a chance to talk through some details and see if I’m a good fit for you.

Please note that if I am already your loved one’s therapist, I can’t also be your therapist.

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