Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
The following therapists have experience of working with people with OCD
Dr Sarah Luczaj
Sarah teaches practical techniques of working with your own thought processes. This is hard work requiring commitment, but in her experience, it works.
Dr Rosemarie Lynass
Rosemarie has worked with many clients who identify with a diagnosis of OCD. She usually works using CBT to help clients to develop helpful strategies to overcome intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviours.
Dr Lindsey Macleod
Lindsey uses CBT (exposure and response prevention) to help people break free from unwanted obsessions and compulsions that can sometimes threaten to dominate life.
Dr Lizzie Piper
Lizzie understands the difficulty people find in coming forward for help with these issues and provides a safe space to begin to talk about what is going on for you and to collaboratively find some strategies, usually based on a cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) approach, to moving on from your difficulties.
Dr Johanna Pronk
Johanna uses CBT (exposure and response prevention) which involves exposure to the feared situations or thoughts and the prevention of rituals. Johanna also offers mindfulness approaches, helping you develop an awareness of unwanted thoughts, feelings and compulsive urges.
Paul can help you to control your anxiety and compulsions by changing the way that you think and behave.