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Wednesdays 11 am to 10pm
Fridays 3pm - 10pm

Barnet, North London
Tuesdays 10 am to 9.30 pm.
Thursdays 10am to 9.30 pm

Your consultation will be with German born Margot O'Donoghue Bsc, MA, educated in Essen, Middlesex University and CFAR trained in the Lacanian tradition, often thought of as the deepest and most challenging of psychological schools. Margot has lived in North London for most of her adult life. Her experience includes counselling life prisoners in Holloway Prison as well as assisting victims of Nazi death camps. Her clients today often come from highly pressured positions in the City and the media.

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CENTRAL LONDON PSYCHOTHERAPY
Linen Hall, Room 618
162-168 Regent Street, W1B 5TG

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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder OCD
OCD is a medical disorder, a disfunction in the brain, and was pretty much untreatable before modern medications and cognitive behavior therapy. Today most sufferers can be successfully treated at least to some degree.

If we were all entirely rational all of the time religion, superstition, notions of luck, good or bad fortune and even hope would not exist. For example the need to pray is a construct of the human psyche making tolerable bleak rational events in times of crisis. It is the magnifying of this type of cause and affect, like someone who feels the compulsion to continually wash their hands that creates the OCD sufferer. They often describe themselves as being caught in a loop.

Obsession - cleanliness
Compulsion - washing

Obsession - losing control
Compulsion - continual checking

Obsession - possible harm
Compulsion - repeating tasks

Obsession - sexual urges
Compulsion - various deviations

Obsession - religious morality
Compulsion - counting and order

Obsession - forbidden repressions
Compulsion - continual rearranging

Obsession - state of perfection
Compulsion - preparation and saving

Obsession - confession
Compulsion - praying

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