OCD SELF-HELP

OCD is an Anxiety Disorder where the presence of obsessions and/or compulsions can cause significant distress or disruption to daily living. The self-help resources below can help you to look at how OCD impacts your thoughts, feelings and behaviours and can help you to start to work on challenging them for the better. Our experienced clinicians have prepared the resources below - to help you work towards a better you for a brighter tomorrow.

If you have a G.P in South Glasgow why not book onto our 'OCD' virtual course? These groups offer you: a warm welcome; space to listen and learn; a chance to connect with others and the opportunity to share experiences. 

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aUDIO

Listen to our information guide on OCD and how it can affect your thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

 

 

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TIPS

OCD is an anxiety disorder. Take a brief moment to read our tip card on how to manage anxiety.

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info sheet

Read our information guide on OCD and how it can affect your thoughts, feelings and behaviour.

 

 

Provided by the NHS MoodZone offers information on stress, anxiety and depression through: tips and advice to boost mental health, self-help treatments, audio guides and a mood self-assessment questionnaire that helps to pin point the available resources best for you.

LEARN MORE

Your mental health influences how you think, feel, and behave in daily life. Research shows that learning new skills can also improve your mental wellbeing. See for yourself, use the following resources to learn more about your mental health, it could be the best decision you've ever made. 

Useful Links

Heads Up was developed by colleagues in mental health and includes information about services across NHSGGC. It also provides information about common mental health conditions, what the experience may feel like and about ways to cope.

A range of content designed to give you more information about mental health and to help you to look after your mental health. They have podcasts, videos, inspiring stories and information about getting help if you're struggling.