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14 year old girl diagnosed with severe OCD

Assertmeds Pharmacy

24 Dec 2015 @ 12:05PM


Hello,

sangita.sinha11

2 Oct 2015 @ 19:07PM


Hello Jane,

The people with OCD are generally filled with negative energy if one can divert it into a positive direction, these people can do wonders.

A boy was taken to the doctor when he tried some extreme steps after a failed love. He was prescribed the drugs which i will suggest no one to use it in any case. The boy was lucky. He was spotted by a man, a football coach. He told her that the goalpost is his girlfriend, hit her hard with the ball. That boy become a famous football player. Imagine what would have happened if he had started taking the OCD medicines.

The football coach diverted his energy from direction to the other and the boy did wonders. You can also do something similar. Divert her mind. How and when, its all upto you.

sc.ross

1 Oct 2015 @ 12:36PM


She needs long term treatment for severe OCD. She could contact one of the Counselling Charities such as 'Mind' and see someone for short term Counselling or CBT. Or for short or long term work, if her family can afford it, look on the BACP Register of Counselling and Psychotherapy (www.bacp.co.uk) under 'Its good to Talk' and find a private therapist who specialises in OCD. Some therapists have a sliding scale of fees, particularly for young people. Other Therapist Registers are UKCP (Psychotherapists) and BPS (Psychologists) some of whom will also see people with OCD.

Hope this helps. Regards, Suzanne Ross dip psych, UKCP

Hope this helps.

jane.hickson

30 Sep 2015 @ 14:20PM


Any suggestions for effective alternatives to prescription drugs for 'severe' OCD in a 14 year old girl?

Trying to avoid giving her the prescription drugs and long waiting list for recommended CBT. What to do

in the meantime to improve symptoms. Behaviour is affecting the whole family and exhausting us all including

herself. Recommendations please.

Thanks

Jane

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