Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a complex anxiety disorder recognised by both DSM-IV and ICD-10, the criteria for which are quite complex. OCD can include a variety of distressing rituals, fears, repetitive and intrusive thoughts and compulsive actions.

Obsessional behaviour around food and/or dieting may present 'eating disorder' like symptoms and it is also thought by some that OCD and eating disorders 'may' be related in some way. It is not uncommon for someone to suffer with both.

 

 


“Whenever I have contacted SWEDA, I have always received a very quick response, and have felt completely safe to ask for help when I have needed it. There have been periods of time when I have not needed a lot of contact, and times when I have asked for frequent contact. Talking to the same person over a long period of time has meant I have had a consistent place to go for support, and this has been invaluable."

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