Obsessive-compulsive disorder or OCD is a mental health disorder that causes a person to have recurring, unwanted thoughts or sensations that makes them feel the urge to do something repetitively. A person with OCD may have symptoms of obsessions and/or compulsions. As a provider of psychiatric rehabilitation services in Dundalk, Maryland, here are some of the common symptoms of OCD:
People with OCD often have persistent thoughts that are often excessive or unreasonable. For instance, they have fears of dirt or contamination from touching objects that others have touched. They also have an extreme concern with symmetry and order and they feel stressed when things are not orderly. Our rehabilitation services in Maryland will help a person with these obsessions to manage their symptoms.
The repetitive responses that a person exhibits in connection to their obsessions are called compulsions. It includes repeated cleaning of household objects, excessive hand washing, showering or brushing teeth, and always arranging things in a certain way.
- Experience significant problems due to their obsessions and/or compulsions
Those with OCD experience great distress when a certain behavior is not performed. Also, they have a hard time disengaging from their obsessive thoughts or stopping their actions. Our PRP programs in Maryland help persons with OCD to deal with their obsessions and compulsions.
PRP Learning Center of Baltimore offers rehabilitation programs related to psychiatric recovery in Maryland. With our comprehensive psychiatric care, we help our clients improve their ability to function at school or work and overall improve their quality of life. To know more about our services, contact us at 410-282-4040 or 410-282-4033.