Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Home Management for Adults, Children and Families Struggling with OCD
We make managing OCD easier outside the clinic.
We believe kids should be kids, adults should be hopeful and parents should get all the help they need.
We’re on a mission to make the world a better place by helping people with OCD. We hope to raise awareness about OCD and reduce the anxiety, burden, and stigma associated with behavioral health disorders. We’re talking to adults with OCD, parents of children with OCD, and therapists who treat OCD daily, and we are investing our hearts and resources into technology so children and adults who suffer from OCD can live victoriously.
Who suffers from OCD?
1 in 40
adults in U.S.*
average age of onset of OCD *
people worldwide **
4 or 5
children in an average-sized elementary school. *
teenagers in a large high school, approximately. *
* IOCDF ** Estimate of World Population*1.3%
same as the number of kids with diabetes. *
…and their spouses, parents, siblings, family and caregivers trying to manage it.
Why Should You Use OCDfeat?
Ditch the paper treatment plans and old-fashioned binder to track activities at home. OCDfeat makes it easy to track Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) activities digitally and report them to your therapist before your next visit.
Compulsion Tracker (Digital Ban Book)
Those going through intense therapy programs know that tracking daily resists, submits, and competitive responses in a paper notebook doesn’t work. Kids lose the books. Pages get torn out. They’d rather be on their tablet or phone. Now they can be and still keep tabs on what’s going on.
Monitor your child’s anxiety levels between appointments using a GAD-7 anxiety survey. You’ll be glad you did. And your therapist will be, too.
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Help us help you.
We’re listening to your needs and trying to meet them as fast as we can. We thank you for your patience… and want more suggestions!! Please let us know what will help you better mange your daily OCD challenge.
“Anything is possible if you put your mind to it. Even if it’s a hard exposure or a fear of yours. Anything is possible—even controlling your OCD and anxiety so it can’t bug you anymore.”
Dexter, Age 9
The inspiration behind OCDfeat and the desire to “Live victoriously.”
Our Story (In a Nutshell).
Everybody’s journey to OCD is different. These numbers outline our founder’s journey with his son, which led to the development of OCDfeat.
Years to diagnosis
Manifestations of obsessions and compulsions
Medical professionals and behavioral health specialists
Treatment programs, medications, and dosage changes
Therapy appointments monthly
Therapists and practice owners, let us be part of your team.
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Founder & CEO