350,000 Ontarians suffer from Obsessive- Compulsive Disorder. 

That's approximately 2.5% of Ontario's population.

Course of Treatment 

OCD is a chronic disorder.  Symptoms are experienced at their worst before treatment, and can re-emerge after treatment during life transitions or in times of stress.

Skills and cognitive strategies learned from therapy will help to manage these symptoms when they do re-emerge.   

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Did you know? 

86-90% of individals with OCD often meet DSM-IV criteria for another disorder - such as depression (Brown et al., 2001). 

Clients frequently report a reduction in other mental health symptoms when obsessive - compuslive disorder is treated effectively.