Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that affects about 1.2% of the United States population at any given time. That’s 2.5 million people dealing with intrusive thoughts and uncontrollable actions every single day. While this condition is sometimes minor, many people dealing with chronic OCD will notice it negatively affecting their lives at some point. When that happens, it may be time to visit a professional care center for treatment.
Diamond House in Northern California has treatment programs for people looking for OCD treatment. We know your life is busy and complicated, and we’ll work around your schedule so you can get the care you need without sacrificing your responsibilities.
OCD is characterized by two things — obsessions, which refer to repetitive and unavoidable thought patterns, and compulsions, which are actions the person feels compelled to complete, often over and over again. These symptoms can manifest as:
At Diamond House, we provide our clients with a range of treatments for OCD, anxiety, depression and many other mental illnesses. We believe the key to managing your mental health is using many therapeutic modalities to target your symptoms and help you overcome or manage them. During your time with us, you may participate in:
Whatever your needs are as you work through this time, we aim to accommodate them. That’s why we offer three programs on our campus, each providing a different level of on-site attendance:
Contrary to popular belief, a mental illness like OCD won’t go away if you try to ignore it. It’s like a physical injury or sickness — the longer you ignore it, the more likely it will get worse, leading to severe symptoms such as:
When your OCD starts interfering with your daily life, it’s time to seek treatment from people who understand mental health. Whether you’re the one facing setbacks or someone you love is struggling, let Diamond House help you find the solutions you need.
When someone you care about is dealing with OCD, there are many ways to help them cope and know they’re not alone in what they’re going through. Some of the easiest ways to help are to:
If you’re ready to pursue treatment for OCD, obsessive thoughts and anxiety, Diamond House is ready to accept your call. As one of California’s newest residential treatment centers, we’re up to date on all the latest treatment practices. Our compassionate medical professionals want to listen to your concerns and develop a personalized treatment plan that gets you back to your life as soon as possible.