OCD Treatment

OCD Treatment

Overcome OCD and feel better.

Hypnotherapy in London and South Bucks. All our clinics are fully open. Appointments available online and face to face.


Stop OCD And Regain Control

OCD Treatment

It’s thought that three quarters of a million people in the UK are living with severe, life impacting and debilitating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD).


Fortunately you really don’t have to struggle with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Treatment can help you regain control and feel better.


What Is OCD?

What Is OCD?

OCD is a condition where people experience a variety of symptoms that typically fall into one of two main categories: ‘obsessions’ and ‘compulsions’.

Typically comprising a psychological element accompanied by feelings of stress, anxiety, impending trauma or fear.

For many people, OCD can be a debilitating condition, however, Clinical Hypnotherapy can alleviate OCD. Facilitating a strong and lasting recovery.

Find out how our treatment works.

3 Common Questions People Ask Us About OCD Treatment

Can OCD Be Treated?

The 1st question many people ask is “Can OCD be treated?” The answer is, YES, because OCD is a learnt behavioural response treatment can help.

What OCD Treatment is best?

There are a number of different treatments available for OCD. Clinical Hypnotherapy is seen as one of the most effective treatments for OCD.

How Do I Get Treatment?

We have 3 clinics providing world class Hypnotherapy in London, South Bucks and online. With a range of prices and packages available.

OCD Symptoms

Symptoms split into 3 main categories.

Obsessions – Typically defined as persistent, unwanted mental images, urges or doubts that repeatedly appear in your thoughts. They interrupt your thinking against your control, and can be disturbing, graphic and frightening.

Emotions – The obsession creates a feeling of intense anxiety or distress with a need to a behaviour to stop the feeling.

Compulsions – The behaviours, repetitive patterns or thoughts that a person with OCD feels compelled to do as a result of the anxiety and distress caused by the obsession.

What is recovery from OCD?

The Oxford English Dictionary defines recovery it as the return to health from sickness. The great news is that people can and do recover from OCD – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Recovery from OCD is of course very individual. How recovery is defined and what it may mean is different from person to person.

As part of treatment we look at what you want to achieve to check it’s realistic and achievable.

For some people recovery is an ongoing journey, for others it’s a specific destination.

Whatever your definition of recovery is, what is clear is that with the right treatment and support, recovery is possible.


“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

“The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” – Walt Disney

Every year we help more people overcome OCD. Discover how we can help you on your journey towards recovery and wellbeing today.


How We Can Help You

How Clinical Hypnotherapy Works

Clinical Hypnotherapy Treatment for OCD works by changing the learnt unconcious behavioural patterns that are the framework of OCD.

Because everyone is different our treatment is tailored to fit your specific form of OCD. The 2 main aims of treatment is 1) Stop the obsessive thoughts and feelings created by the disorder. 2) Put you back in control and help you feel better.


Proven Success

“Hi Paul,

Wow what can I say! We have just got back from the dentist with Cara minus 2 teeth! She was a little nervous which you said she would be, but there were no tears, she coped and worked through it fantastically.

I know that this would not of been possible without your help for which we are very grateful. Thank you for fitting Cara in at such short notice and the kind and thoughtful care taken. You have truly helped her conquer her Needle phobia fear, which would of effected her for the rest of her life.

The dentist in Beaconsfield would like to keep your details on record for any patients they have with a phobia. Please let me know some dates for Cara’s follow up appointment and once again thank you so much for all your help.

Many thanks.”

Seamus – Cara’s father

* results may vary

Why Choose PhobiaGone?

Why PhobiaGone?