OCD treatment in Oregon
OCD, or obsessive-compulsive disorder, is a mental health condition that is characterized by intrusive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. Although OCD can be challenging to treat, there are effective treatment options available in Oregon, USA. One popular approach to OCD treatment in Oregon involves Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This type of therapy aims to help individuals develop new ways of thinking and behaving that can reduce OCD symptoms. Additionally, OCD patients may be prescribed medications such as antidepressants or anti-anxiety drugs to help manage their symptoms.
How OCD Mantra works?
Take Online Assessment
Our 5 min OCD assessment, helps us understand your therapy & match you with suitable OCD therapists in Oregon.
Match with a therapist
We connect you with top Mantra OCD experts from Oregon, who are available via chat and video calls
Enroll in the program
With OCD Mantra Oregon, you don't just receive therapy, but other self-care tools like compulsion tracker
Why OCD Mantra for OCD treatment in Oregon?
Our therapists in Oregon understand all types of OCD. They create custom treatment plans based on your OCD type:
Top OCD therapists in Oregon
Happy OCD Clients from Oregon
"In my experience, OCDMantra is one of the most effective OCD treatment providers in Oregon. Their team of professionals understand the unique needs and challenges of those living with OCD, and they work tirelessly to offer customized treatment plans that help patients manage their symptoms and reclaim their lives."
- Sharon (Oregon)
Our OCD treatment locations in Oregon
OCD Mantra therapy services are easily accessible from the following locations in Oregon: Portland, Eugene, Salem, Medford, Gresham, Hillsboro, Bend, Beaverton, Albany, Corvallis, Springfield, Tigard, Aloha, Lake Oswego, Keizer, Grants Pass, Oregon City, McMinnville, Redmond, Bethany, Tualatin, West Linn, Woodburn, Forest Grove, Wilsonville, Newberg, Roseburg, Hayesville, Happy Valley, Klamath Falls, Ashland,
Milwaukie, Sherwood, Altamont, Cedar Mill, Central Point, Canby, Oak Grove, Hermiston, Lebanon, Pendleton, Dallas, Four Corners, Troutdale, Coos Bay, The Dalles, St. Helens, Oatfield, La Grande, Cornelius, Gladstone, Oak Hills, Sandy, Ontario, Santa Clara, Damascus, Newport, Prineville, Silverton, Monmouth, River Road, Cottage Grove, Independence, Astoria, Baker City, Sweet Home, Bull Mountain, North Bend, Rockcreek, Cedar Hills, White City, Fairview, Eagle Point, Molalla, Florence, Lincoln City, West Haven-Sylvan, Jennings Lodge, Stayton, Green, Sutherlin, Hood River, Scappoose, Garden Home-Whitford, Umatilla, Milton-Freewater, Madras, Seaside, West Slope, Raleigh Hills, Talent, Brookings, Deschutes River Woods, Junction City, Sheridan, Warrenton, Creswell, Winston, Marlene Village, Tillamook, Philomath, Veneta, Crooked River Ranch, Phoenix, Tri-City, Metzger, King City, Roseburg North, Lafayette, Aumsville, Beavercreek, Reedsport, Wood Village, Coquille, Harrisburg, Estacada, Toledo, Mount Angel, Boardman, Hubbard, Myrtle Creek, Three Rivers, Jefferson, Oakridge, Dundee, Nyssa, Bandon
Frequently Asked Questions
OCD, or obsessive-compulsive disorder, is a mental health condition that affects millions of people in the Oregon. OCD is characterized by intrusive thoughts or repetitive uncontrollable and distressing behaviors.
The treatment for OCD in the Oregon is typically covered by insurance, although the exact coverage will vary depending on your specific plan.
OCD treatment in the Oregon can be quite costly, with average costs ranging anywhere from $5,000 to over $10,000 per year.
Our OCD therapists are available in almost all counties in Oregon, USA including Multnomah, Lane, Marion, Jackson, Washington, Deschutes, Linn, Benton, Clackamas, Josephine, Yamhill, Douglas, Klamath, Umatilla, Polk, Coos, Wasco, Columbia, Union, Malheur, Lincoln, Crook, Clatsop, Baker, Hood River, Jefferson, Curry, Tillamook, Morrow
Take a Free OCD assessment today to know if you have OCD!
Are you highly organized? Do you have a hard time letting go of things? What are some symptoms that you may have OCD or other anxiety disorder? Take this free self-test to find if your symptoms match the criteria for diagnosing OCD.