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Symptoms of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

What are some common obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Symptoms

Obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms vary from person to person, but there are common symptoms that raise a red flag that OCD treatment may be in order. Should you be considering therapy for OCD we invite you to consider A Place of Hope’s highly-acclaimed residential treatment facility. Here obsessive compulsive disorder treatment answers the question “what is OCD?” and looks deep into the mind, body and spirit of the individual to seek out the root causes of the disorder. Our wellness programs will make you feel safe and supportive, and the compassion and encouragement you’ll receive from our staff will inspire you as you work toward your recovery. As you look through the symptoms listed below, see if you see yourself or someone close to you in them. If you do, make your next call to A Place of Hope. We’ll restore your hope and belief that change is within your reach.

As mentioned above, obsessive compulsive disorder symptoms differ depending on the person. There are, however, commonalities in the general symptoms people suffer overall. These symptoms include:

  • Frequent hand washing or showering
  • Constantly cleaning and rearranging
  • Repeatedly checking appliances and doors to make sure they are off or locked
  • Hoarding
  • Avoiding public places
  • Preoccupation with counting, checking or thinking certain sounds, words or numbers
  • Fear of harming yourself or someone else
  • Repeating physical activities
  • And more

When you come to us for OCD treatment you’ll be introduced to our whole-person approach and what it can do for you. Therapy for OCD doesn’t have to feel intimidating or overwhelming. Our recovery programs are built on hope and customized to treat you as the individual you are. Break through the barriers that are hindering your life by gaining an understanding of yourself and the issues troubling you at your core.

Are you ready to replace your anxiety and obsessive compulsive behavior with feelings of peace and balance? If you are on the fence regarding treatment, feel free to call at your convenience to speak to an OCD counselor from A Place of Hope. We’re here to answer any and all of your questions in the most straightforward way possible so that you can make an educated and informed decision regarding our wellness programs. It’s as simple as picking up the phone and making a call that promises to change your life for the better.


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