Treatment Services We Offer

Treatment Service Options Are Offered In The Following Areas:

Treatment for Adults

OCD is a mental disorder that includes obsessions and/or compulsions. These obsessions and compulsions are very upsetting, and cause great distress and impairment.

Treatment for Children

Deciding whether to talk to a professional about your child and OCD can be daunting. Even if you suspect that something is upsetting your son or daughter, or that they behave differently than other kids, you may feel as to unsure what to do about it.

Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (also known as IOP for "Intensive Outpatient Program") is a primary treatment program recommended in certain circumstances by a clinical and medical necessity. Ask us more about this important treatment prpgram.

Online Therapy

In the state of Kentucky, there are scarce therapists qualified to treat OCD. The availability of online treatment may help to address this critical shortage by providing access to those in remote communities and even across the globe.

Support Groups

At the Louisville OCD Clinic we currently offer several support groups. Please call or email if you would like to participate. Also, we sometimes add groups, or change times, so please contact us. We are eager to tell you more about these important support networks.

Medication for OCD

People with OCD usually spend years suffering before beginning effective treatment. The situation is complicated by the fact that many health professionals are not educated about the best OCD treatments available to patients.

Sexual Orientation Worries

Most people think of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) as an extreme fear of dirt or germs or a strong desire to make things orderly. However, OCD symptoms can involve intrusive and disturbing thoughts about one's sexuality, which can be upsetting or shameful. Let us help you overcome these thoughts.

Pedophile OCD

Although all the many ways that obsessive-compulsive fears manifest themselves can cause debilitating anguish, perhaps there is none that causes more distress than OCD with pedophile obsessions, sometimes called POCD. This form of OCD involves the fear of harming or molesting a child.

Illness Anxiety Disorder

Illness anxiety disorder, also called health anxiety or hypochondriasis, is a condition where the patient suffers from intense fears of having a serious medical condition. The disorder includes persistent, worrisome thoughts regarding physiological health despite appropriate medical assessment and reassurance.


Compulsive hoarding is defined as the excessive collection and saving of things to the point that it impedes daily functioning and creates a hazard or potential hazard for the individual. Hoarding frequently develops into a vicious cycle whereby individuals almost literally become trapped in their own homes due to the sheer amount of clutter that amasses.

Worry, Doubt & Checking

Chronically experiencing stubborn worry that won’t seem to go away, feelings of doubt, and feeling compelled to check and re-check are hallmark symptoms of OCD. While they certainly aren’t the only symptoms, these ones in particular play a big role in feeding the OCD cycle. Let us help you solve this sometimes troubling behavior for years to come.

Religious Worries

Obsessive-compulsive disorder can manifest in several different ways, with each form of the disorder causing distress and anxiety in a unique way. One type of OCD that can commonly go undiagnosed is religion or religiosity OCD (sometimes called ROCD). People who suffer from this form of OCD may feel shame and dispair, as the obsessive thoughts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Call 502.908.9410 or contact us here. You can also fill out the consultation form at the bottom of this page. One of our trained staff is available to help you schedule your first session.

The treatments we use at the Louisville OCD Clinic have been shown to quickly reduce OCD symptoms and improve quality of life.

We will work with you to make sure you can afford treatment. We offer reduced rates for people with financial need.

Get Help Today

We are available at the Louisville OCD Clinic to help you navigate toward recovery. Please call us today – your life can’t wait any longer!

Phone: 502.908.9410

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