Hi W&M Students...Do you worry more than most people? Does it normally surround themes like COVID-19 or other thoughts about Contamination, Religion, Sexuality, Relationships, Aggression or trying to make things feel "Just Right"?
If so, you may be one of the 1/40 college students who struggle with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and it's much different than culture tells us it is.
We'll start by providing you with information about OCD and inviting you into an anonymous online community of over 75,000 people to learn and ask questions.
Later, if it makes sense we can help you connect to one of our licensed therapists with specialty training in OCD, who will do live video-therapy sessions with you. In-between therapy sessions, you can get support from the NOCD platform's FREE functionality.
The treatment model used by NOCD therapists has been shown by researchers from Columbia University Medical Center to significantly reduce OCD severity in 8 weeks on average!
Intrusive thoughts about hurting others, including loved ones
Fear of contamination, sickness, germs, etc.
Sexual Orientation OCD
Obsessing or constantly questioning your sexuality
Just Right OCD
Constantly obsessing that "this just doesn't feel right"
Constantly questioning your romantic relationship
Obsessions that are based in religion, religious beliefs, morality, etc.
NOCD Therapists Understand All OCD Subtypes
Every NOCD Therapist is Managed by World Renowned OCD Psychologist, Dr. Patrick McGrath, Phd.
All NOCD therapists have specialty-training in OCD and Exposure and Response Prevention, and they work directly with Dr. McGrath, who has been treating OCD for 20+ years. He is also the President of OCD Midwest, and prior to working with NOCD, he was the Associate Vice President of Residential Treatment Services at Amita Health.
NOCD Grew Out of Stephen's Struggle with OCD in College
"I went from an award-winning college QB to housebound in 6 months due to misdiagnosed and untreated OCD. I fortunately got OCD treatment, improved my mental health, returned to school, and finished my football career. To help millions of others with OCD regain their life, I founded NOCD."