As part of his exposure treatment, we listen to the recordings in the car and at home.
Do you want to know who this mysterious wizard truly is? Or, if you are working with a therapist, it provides many tools to assist you while you are working on your own. D., Medical Director of the OCD Institute at Mc Lean Hospital I find that using the app really helps me control my tics. I don't know what it is, but once I stop using the app, the ticking starts up almost immediately.
Download Live OCD Free now to learn how you can reveal his true identity and defeat him for good. We are looking forward to using Live OCD Free and conducting research on it at the OCD Institute. Knowing the app is on in the background mentally keeps me focused on not ticking.
With regular usage of the app, one will feel the reduction in symptoms of OCD week after week.
Moreover, it is a do it yourself kit which is economical and wise.
-- Chris, Massachusetts My 12 year old daughter, Alexandra, has been diligently working with the Live OCD Free app for the past 3 months.
During this short time, with much work and determination, she has achieved remarkable progress against her, previously omnipresent, OCD symptoms!
She continues to work to conquer her remaining OCD issues and anticipates, in time, a full recovery from the OCD which has plagued her since the age of four.
-- Lisa, North Carolina Click on the graphic below to learn about Alexanda's story on You Tube: Alexandra wants nothing more than to lead a revolution against this insidious, debilitating monster we call OCD!
She can hug and spend time with loved-ones and friends without decontaminating.
Ali's showers are now only 25-minutes and do not involve any painful rituals.
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