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OCD Therapy

Psychotherapy to help you overcome Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and get your life back.

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Living with OCD is exhausting

People tend to think of OCD as a personality trait, like being a clean freak, but often they don’t see the dark side of the condition; the anxiety and fear fuelling the repetitive behaviors and intrusive thoughts that disrupt your daily activities and relationships. Although OCD can feel isolating and like there is no opportunity for change, know that there is hope.

You don’t have to handle it alone.


What Is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder?

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is more than a behavioral — it’s a challenging mental health condition that can affect anyone across all ages and backgrounds. The intrusive, distressing thoughts (obsessions) and repetitive behaviors (compulsions) that accompany OCD, like excessive handwashing or checking, only worsen with attempts to soothe them.

Psychotherapy can help you get to the root of the issue, helping relieve the intrusive thoughts, compulsions, and avoidance that OCD causes, and offering hope for effectively managing your symptoms.

How Do I Know If I Have OCD?

The term OCD has become a common way to describe someone who prefers things to be neat and organized. However, this oversimplification can make it challenging to distinguish between normal preferences and potential indicators of a deeper issue. We understand this confusion, and are here to help you clarify your experience and find effective strategies for relief.

While everyone experiences OCD differently, some common symptoms include:

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How OCD Therapy Can Help


Unlike other types of therapy, ERP focuses more on changing behaviors than thoughts. Together, we identify your trigger areas and slowly expose you to these fears without letting you do your usual compulsive behaviors. Through this process, you can develop healthier coping strategies, regain
control over your urges, and ultimately reduce the power OCD has over your life.

In therapy, we help you develop practical strategies to navigate daily life more effectively, enabling you to engage in activities you enjoy without feeling overwhelmed by intrusive thoughts or compulsive behaviors. You’ll learn coping mechanisms and build resilience, gradually regaining a sense of normalcy and independence.
We work with you to identify and challenge patterns of compulsive behavior that consume excessive time and energy. Together, we develop alternative ways of coping with anxiety and uncertainty, allowing you to reclaim valuable time previously spent on rituals and compulsions.
We provide you with the tools to challenge and reframe obsessive thoughts, reducing their frequency and intensity over time. By learning to recognize triggers and implement healthy coping strategies, you can gain greater control over your thought patterns and experience relief from the burden of intrusive thoughts.
Developing healthier responses to urges associated with compulsions is a big step in your healing journey. Together, we identify triggers and develop personalized strategies for resisting compulsive behaviors, empowering you to break free from the cycle of OCD and regain control over your actions.
We offer a safe and supportive space for you to explore your emotions and experiences related to OCD without judgment. By addressing underlying fears and anxieties, therapy promotes a sense of calm and inner peace, enabling you to cultivate resilience and experience greater mental well-being. Through therapy, you can develop effective coping mechanisms and build the skills needed to manage OCD symptoms, ultimately achieving a sense of peace and tranquility in your daily life.

You’ve come to the right place.


Why Work With
Coping Resource Center

We believe therapy should be action-oriented. It’s not just what happens inside the session but how it applies to your life outside of therapy.

Our goal is to provide you with the support and tools you need to create meaningful change in your life!

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Our practice is built on:


We’re committed to offering you the most advanced and effective treatments tailored to your needs. We invest in the latest tools and treatment options, including virtual reality for exposure therapy, to ensure you receive the highest standard of care.


Our clinicians understand what you’re facing. We listen, believe, and validate your experiences. If you’ve faced medical issues or trauma that others might have dismissed we offer the support you need to overcome challenges and live with peace of mind.


We help you get the results you need. You are the center of your own care, and we offer practical tools and strategies to help you cope with and manage each challenge that arises. We work as a team to ensure you are matched with the best therapist for your care.

We offer real human connection, grounded in science and focused on results.


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How OCD Therapy Works

By learning how to apply simple, practical strategies in your everyday life, you’ll gain the strength and confidence to not only face your current difficulties, but also to handle future challenges more effectively.


We look at the whole you


We get clear on a direction


We help you move forward

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Frequently Asked Questions About OCD Treatment

There is no one thing that causes OCD, but it can develop based on a combination of factors, including genetics, brain structure and function, environmental influences, and psychological triggers.

Some common lifestyle triggers may contribute to exacerbating OCD symptoms as well, such as: stressful life events, certain substances, or a lack of sleep.

Your therapist will work with you to determine a comfortable pace of treatment and exposure sessions can be modified as needed. They will be there alongside you supporting you through any difficulties you experience.

No, your therapist will never force you to do anything you do not want to do. They can give recommendations and encouragement but ultimately you get the final say in treatment decisions.

At the start of exposure sessions, clients may initially experience a temporary increase in anxiety. If this is your experience, be assured that anxiety levels typically decrease, often within the very first session itself. As a result, clients often leave feeling more at ease and with a sense of achievement.

Exposure and response prevention has been studied for years and has very strong support in effectively treating OCD both in the short-term and long-term.

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With support, things can get better

It may feel like you’ve been dealing with OCD for so long that it has become an undeniable part of you, and you forget what life was like without it.
Because every person and situation is different, we can’t guarantee a specific timeline or results. However, with time and consistency, you may notice that you:

Psychotherapy for OCD can help you regain peace of mind

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Take The First Step

If you’re ready to get started, you can book online using our secure booking platform.

Have questions? Schedule a free 15 minute consultation, submit a message via our contact form, or call us.

Please note: Not all our therapists can be booked online. If you’re unable to book with a specific provider, please contact us via the contact form or by phone.

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The support you need to overcome OCD & reclaim your life.