Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is more than just excessive worrying or anxiety. OCD also includes uncontrollable behavior that the individual feels compelled to repeat over and over again. For example, while one individual might double-check that she locked the front door, a person with OCD might double, triple and quadruple check until he’s late for work or no longer able to go about his daily life.

Understandably, people struggling with OCD often see their lives torn apart as they are unable to maintain interpersonal relationships, employment or—in extreme cases—attend to their own physical health needs. But there is hope. At Growth Extended, we offer comprehensive treatment for OCD that not only seeks to address the outward symptoms of the disorder, but also any co-occurring conditions that might be present.

A group therapy session for young adults who have OCD.
Ultimately, the success of any mental health treatment program, including treatment for OCD, comes down to how well the program is tailored to the individual in question.

Is OCD Treatment Effective?

Anyone seeking treatment for OCD wants to know if the program they are considering can actually make a positive difference in their quality of life. It’s a fair question and one that deserves careful thought. Ultimately, the success of any mental health treatment program, including treatment for OCD, comes down to how well the program is tailored to the individual in question. In other words, this is no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” solution.

At Growth Extended, we believe that recovery from OCD is best achieved by addressing the whole person—not just his or her symptoms. This is why we offer an individualized treatment approach that takes into account a person’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual wellbeing—as well as other mental health conditions like depression, bipolar disorder, addiction or eating disorders.

3 Levels of OCD Treatment

Getting started with treatment for OCD is easy. Just pick up the phone and call our caring admissions team. They’ll answer your questions and perform a free phone evaluation that our OCD treatment team can use to help inform initial recommendations for your personalized recovery plan. Call today, or learn more about our three treatment levels:

What is OCD Treatment Like at Growth Extended?

Our top priority is to welcome you into our family of therapists, doctors and fellow recovering clients—all of whom want to see you succeed. We know it takes courage to ask for help with OCD. And, with so many choices, it can be overwhelming to find the best option for you or your loved one. At Growth Extended, we don’t just want you to feel better in the short term, we want to give you the skills you need for lifelong recovery.

Joint Commission Accredited Treatment for OCD

Any OCD treatment center can tell you it offers a great program. But, only the best can back it up with Gold Seal accreditation from the Joint Commission. Founded in 1951, this independent, non-profit organization is nationally recognized as a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to meeting key performance standards.

While we’re proud of our accreditation and what it means for our clients, we’re even prouder of what our alumni have to say about their experiences at Growth Extended. From depression and eating disorders to addiction and co-occurring conditions, we specialize in treating the whole person, not just a single set of symptoms.

Find Your Place of Healing at Growth Extended

Our goal is the same as yours: To help you or a loved one overcome OCD and live a happier, more fulfilling life. Find out more about how we can help you reach your full potential, or contact us today to get started.

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