” Paul helped me enormously with my anxiety and OCD, he was also very supportive when I got stuck in a loop and showed me how to get out of it. Highly recommended.”
Sue – Brighton.
“Looking back at my OCD it seems a million years away as I can’t believe I let myself go on with it for so long. Paul recognised my OCD during a consultation for stopping smoking and advised me to work on it first. Now a non smoker and free of OCD and armed with some great techniques for managing anxiety, I can get on with my life.”
Brian – Hove.
OCD Therapy and Coaching sessions are available online or in person at my Brighton and Hove office. If you would like a free first consultation or ask any questions you may have then please contact me Paul Sheppard – The Life Doctor here.
Here is what OCD UK say about the condition:
“Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a serious anxiety-related condition that affects as many as three in a hundred people – from young children to older adults – regardless of gender and social or cultural background. Sufferers often go undiagnosed for many years, partially because of a lack of understanding of the condition, and partially because of the intense feelings of embarrassment, guilt and sometimes even shame associated with what is often called the ‘secret illness’.
Clients often feel ashamed and horrified by their OCD compulsions and some have even managed to hide it so well that it becomes a normal part of their everyday life.
Help is at hand though and if you are a sufferer you can get help to erode and let go of your compulsions. I will use a variety of therapies and my OCD program to help your mind calm down and begin to start living life more normally. Not all the work takes place in my office, you will be given assignments to do to help continue your progress and set yourself free.
If you would like to find out more, please contact me for a free consultation.