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