Online Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Therapy

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Are you looking for online counseling for your Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? Do you desire to have therapy in the convenience of your home? Then Modern Recovery Services is the right place for you. 

We are one of the best online therapy services. We know how to get you started with our online therapists.

We do not want your physical location to limit you from getting treatment. We are here to offer:

  • 24/7 services for your OCD
  • Help develop coping skills
  • Offer individual and group therapy for your symptoms
  • Understand and help manage your OCD symptoms

What is Online Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Therapy

Are you one of the many people suffering from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder? Then you understand how challenging normal daily life can be. There is a piece of positive news for you. There are online treatments that can help you manage your symptoms. 

With online therapy, your therapy is at the convenience of your home. It offers you privacy and can be more cost-effective with your insurance. 

There are many benefits you will receive from online therapy:

  • As a patient, you will be able to discuss your thoughts with an online therapist/psychologist. There will be no judgment.
  • Online therapy will help you learn how to challenge your negative thought process. 
  • This challenge of negative thoughts is a key step to learning how to manage your OCD.
  • Your online therapist will help you learn coping strategies. The strategies will help you to deal with your OCD symptoms.

Modern Recovery Services will pair you with the right therapist/psychologist. We want to ensure your online therapy experience will help you get back on track.

“People have hurdles to get to treatment, and we can remove those hurdles for them and make it more accessible”

Evidence-Based Treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Modern Recovery Services uses evidence-based treatment to find the right therapy for you. 

Our therapist uses this approach in our decision-making process. We gather the evidence that comes from your consultation with our therapist. 

It provides us with information that will help us come up with a treatment based on science. It will be the most effective for you.

We Accept Insurance

We work with most major insurance providers to help minimize the cost of treatment. Let’s check to see if your provider will cover your treatment.

We’re in-network with BlueCross BlueShield

Therapy Options for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder was once thought to be untreatable. That changed in 1960 and OCD has now become treatable and effective. There are two main treatments which include therapy and medication.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

If your therapist uses CBT, it will be talk therapy. You will learn to change the thinking patterns that affect you negatively. What CBT will teach you is how to stop the cycle of negative thoughts. This process will break down things that might cause you to feel anxious, scared, or bad. When your problems become more manageable your negative thought process changes. In return, you feel better.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT teaches you how to accept negative thoughts, feelings, and memories. It teaches you to learn to be more flexible with your thoughts. Your online therapist/counselor will have sessions that include mindfulness exercises. These exercises make you aware of your thoughts and feelings. You will learn that your thoughts do not define you as a person. This type of therapy is very powerful at managing stress that makes you feel bad. It is a good tool for coping with thoughts that can cause anxiety and lead to OCD.

Medications

Medications can treat OCD and are sometimes combined in tandem with therapy treatments. Typical medications include SSRIs like Zoloft, Prozac, and Paxil.

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

Also known as ERP, it is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. It has become one of the top therapy treatments. With close to 60% of patients having fewer OCD symptoms over their lifespan. It works by exposing you to thoughts that will trigger your anxiety. The therapist will then help you manage your compulsions to deal with your anxiety. Your online therapist helps you through the exposure process. It will start with situations that cause less anxiety. It will then build up to more stressful situations. Your therapist coaches you through the exposure process to learn coping strategies. The goal of our therapist is to help you realize you are able to deal with the anxiety and reduce your symptoms.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

If your therapist uses CBT, it will be talk therapy. You will learn to change the thinking patterns that affect you negatively. What CBT will teach you is how to stop the cycle of negative thoughts. This process will break down things that might cause you to feel anxious, scared, or bad. When your problems become more manageable your negative thought process changes. In return, you feel better.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT teaches you how to accept negative thoughts, feelings, and memories. It teaches you to learn to be more flexible with your thoughts. Your online therapist/counselor will have sessions that include mindfulness exercises. These exercises make you aware of your thoughts and feelings. You will learn that your thoughts do not define you as a person. This type of therapy is very powerful at managing stress that makes you feel bad. It is a good tool for coping with thoughts that can cause anxiety and lead to OCD.

Medications

Medications can treat OCD and are sometimes combined in tandem with therapy treatments. Typical medications include SSRIs like Zoloft, Prozac, and Paxil.

Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)

Also known as ERP, it is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. It has become one of the top therapy treatments. With close to 60% of patients having fewer OCD symptoms over their lifespan. It works by exposing you to thoughts that will trigger your anxiety. The therapist will then help you manage your compulsions to deal with your anxiety. Your online therapist helps you through the exposure process. It will start with situations that cause less anxiety. It will then build up to more stressful situations. Your therapist coaches you through the exposure process to learn coping strategies. The goal of our therapist is to help you realize you are able to deal with the anxiety and reduce your symptoms.

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Online Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Dual Diagnosis Treatment

Dual Diagnosis is where you are diagnosed with a mental disorder and have an addiction. This often occurs with mental disorders like OCD.

30% of the people diagnosed with OCD also have a substance abuse disorder. Addiction to a substance is a strategy to cope with the mental problems that come with OCD.

Undiagnosed OCD may lead to an addiction to drugs and alcohol. 

Often drugs and alcohol are a form of self-medication. They can reduce anxiety, compulsive behaviors, and the stress/anxiety they experience. 

They are unsure of why they are doing what they are doing until they get the help they need.

When you reach out to Modery Recovery Services we can help you understand if you have a dual diagnosis. If diagnosed there are several benefits to our online therapist working with you. These include:

  • Increased success in recovery. We will address the root cause of addiction and your mental health is being treated.
  • Mental health improvement. The negative pattern is broken and positive coping skills will be learned.
  • Improved physical health occurs. We build upon the physical and mental needs to help you on your road to recovery.
  • Motivation to recover from both addiction and a mental health disorder. You will want to help yourself to make the necessary changes to improve your life.
  • A better quality of life for you because you become aware of your mind and body. You learn how substance and mental disorders interact. You will feel more in control of your situation and take the challenge on for recovery.

Modern Recovery Services has staff to help you find the right online therapist. We want to help you with your OCD diagnosis and treatment.