OCD from a Person-Centred perspective
£65; trainees £25; financial hardship free
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder continues to be seen as a mental illness and tends to be treated as a biochemical problem requiring medication. People experiencing OCD can present with a combination of obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviours which can dominate their lives, along with anxiety, panic attacks and other disturbing experiences. Though even experts in OCD are still not sure of the exact causes, some suggest that genetics, brain abnormalities and the environment are thought to play a role. There still seems to be an emphasis on CBT as the first, or best line treatment for OCD. Some Person-Centred practitioners may feel unprepared for coming alongside clients who are suffering with OCD. This day will offer the opportunity to look in more detail at this distressing experience, and how the Person-Centred relationship can encourage clients to find their way out of what has held them feeling trapped for a very long time.
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