The Truth About OCD: Obsessions and Compulsions

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People living with OCD experience obsessions and compulsions which can be intense, intrusive, and repetitive.

To learn more about them and how they may impact you or someone you love, watch this short video.

This video is brought to you by Columbia University’s Center for OCD & Related Disorders. The mission at the Center is to improve the lives of people with OCD and related disorders by conducting cutting-edge research to transform how we understand and treat these disorders.

For the patients of today, they examine how to combine and sequence current treatments to maximize outcomes, and how to explore novel treatments. For the patients of tomorrow, they collaborate with experts in neuroimaging, genetics, and basic science to examine what causes obsessions and compulsions.

To learn more, head to their website:

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