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Although it has become trendy to say, “I’m OCD” when describing yourself as being organized or precise, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious mental health disorder.
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder in which people struggle with obsessions and compulsions. Kathryn says the treatment and support she received at Rogers for OCD and anxiety changed her life.
Carter began showing symptoms of OCD in the first grade, and those symptoms eventually progressed over time to become debilitating.
In Angelina’s story, she discusses the identity-affirming care she received at Rogers for OCD and Somatic Symptom Disorder.
“Scrupulosity is a type of OCD in which someone becomes mentally and emotionally consumed by matters of religious practice and/or morality." Dr. Brenda Bailey explains scrupulosity and the signs that someone could be suffering from the disorder.
A Facebook Live discussion among Rogers' clinicians from our California clinics. Learn tips for managing OCD during the pandemic, and hear about the challenges and successes of treating OCD in a virtual setting.
Watch our panel discussion, which followed a screening of “UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie”, with Rogers' Dr. Stephanie Eken and Dr. Martin Franklin, UNSTUCK's Sarah Jackson, and mental health advocate and author Jeff Bell.
A Q&A with Dr. Sanjaya Saxena, MD, psychiatrist at Rogers' San Diego clinic. Dr. Saxena answers questions about how the pandemic impacts mental health and how Rogers Connect Care (telehealth) can help.
In Maya’s story, she shares about her family’s journey to Rogers and how she was able to overcome her OCD and anxiety through residential treatment in Oconomowoc.
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