Right now, as a result of your untreated OCD, you may be experiencing…
- Preoccupation and fear of germs and contamination.
- Compulsive, repetitive, and ritualistic behaviors designed to reduce contamination.
- Use of and loss of huge amounts of time going to these behaviors.
- High levels of anxiety.
You’re realizing that your untreated OCD is getting in the way of your life…
- Family and friends are getting worried about you.
- Your work is suffering because you can’t commit the time and energy to it that you need to be successful.
- Your behaviors are increasing, in type and time, absorbing more of your day.
- You feel isolated from the relationships around you – like no one else gets it.
- How can therapy possibly help me?
- Are you going to make me give up my patterns “cold turkey”?
- Will I need to go on medication, too?
- What if coming into the office or getting online triggers my OCD? How can we do this work in a way that works for me?
You’re longing for…
- Someone safe and trusted that won’t shame you or make you give up your behaviors.
- A chance to feel less anxious, and less worried.
- Realistic options for how you can reduce the amount of time and energy you spend trying to control your experience.
- A break from the obsessive thoughts that seem to rule you.
What you’re longing for is possible.
At Evergreen Counseling, we have a staff of seasoned, evidence-based therapists skilled in treating OCD.
How we can help you
By pursuing therapy for OCD, you can imagine the following:
You feel held hostage to your worries and your compulsive behaviors.
You feel more choice about your behaviors and you have fewer obsessive thoughts during the day.
You avoid situations that trigger you, and your world feels small and shrinking.
You have more tools to face your triggers and you feel like your world is expanding, not shrinking.
You feel intense stress when objects aren’t ordered and rituals aren’t followed.
You have more capacity to tolerate variances, differences, and imperfections.
You feel disconnected and shut off from your close relationships because your OCD is getting in the way.
You feel more open and connected to your relationships again. You have more space, time, and energy for them.
What if I’m Not Ready?
If you don’t feel quite ready to book a complimentary consult call yet, that’s completely fine.
We don’t want you to feel pressured and we know that the choice to seek out therapy can feel difficult.
Part of you wants to do it, and another part of you is, perhaps, scared to begin because of the feelings you might have to finally feel.
Or a part of you questions whether or not you can even be helped at all.
Whatever the reason, no matter how ready or not ready you feel to begin therapy, we want you to have the information you need to make an informed choice.
So, to that end, please explore the additional information below to learn more about us and how we can help you.
We’ll be here whenever you’re ready to reach out for support.