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Anxiety and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)


The symptoms

This treatment is addressing two distinct symptom sets. One is based on general anxiety and fear; the other is based on feelings of contamination. Clients can have either or both types.

A person with OCD has a continuous feeling of anxiety or fear (and often paranoia). Characteristic behaviors to this disorder include compulsive hand washing, fear of contamination and poisoning, and often feelings of paranoia. Repetitive, compulsive behaviors are designed to try and reduce the undefined feelings of fear and anxiety. Often, the person with the disorder becomes delusional trying to explain their feelings - e.g., people are trying to poison them, the government is after them, etc.

Treatment
Our treatment usually takes 5-10 hours over three (and occasionally 4-5) sessions. We use a regression technique that evokes trauma at the developmental event that causes the susceptibility to this problem; and then healing is done using a variety of standard trauma healing techniques. Once treatment is over, the client's underlying fear and anxiety that was driving obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours is gone.

Testimonial
To see a short (8 minute) video from a client that has completed this treatment then please click here.

Clinic Staff
The clinic staff that deliver this treatment include:

Name Country Languages Website links
Jennifer Beattie Alberta, Canada (in person) English https://www.peakstatestherapy.com/beattie1.php
Shayne McKenzie Australia, Europe, UK, USA, Canada, Morocco, Egypt (via video call or in person) English https://www.peakstatestherapy.com/mckenzie.php


References
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) in Wikipedia.



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Revision History
1.0 November 2018: First description of the treatment.