OCD Therapy Services in Kenosha, WI

Pathways Consulting in Kenosha provides tailored therapeutic approaches for managing and treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Our specialized OCD therapy focuses on empowering clients towards greater control over their lives, using evidence-based practices in a supportive environment.

  • Detailed evaluation to understand the nature and impact of OCD symptoms.
  • Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to reduce compulsive behaviors.
  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for addressing obsessive thought patterns.
  • Skills training for anxiety management and coping strategies.
  • Support and guidance for lifestyle changes to aid in managing OCD.

What to Expect

  • A compassionate and understanding approach to OCD treatment.
  • Collaborative development of a treatment plan specific to your needs.
  • Gradual exposure exercises in a safe and controlled environment.
  • Regular reviews of treatment effectiveness and adjustments as necessary.
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ERP is a type of cognitive-behavioral therapy specifically effective for OCD, involving controlled exposure to triggers and learning to resist compulsive behaviors.

While individual experiences vary, many clients begin to notice improvements within a few weeks of consistent ERP and CBT therapy.

Yes, we offer OCD therapy for individuals of all ages, including children and teenagers, with age-appropriate treatment approaches

Medication can be part of the treatment plan but is not always necessary. We can communicate with your prescribers to form a comprehensive treatment approach.

Family support is crucial. We encourage learning about OCD, being patient, and avoiding enabling compulsive behaviors. Family therapy sessions can also be beneficial.