Cleanliness: OCD or Personal Preference?

It is common to hear individuals talk about “being OCD” about cleanliness, i.e. being especially particular about cleanliness, hygiene and even neatness. However, is this really a personal preference or can it be a mental disorder?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental disorder that can be very debilitating if left untreated. However, it is also a condition that is highly treatable with psychotherapy.

If you suspect yourself to suffer from OCD, you are encouraged to see a psychologist for assessment and (early) intervention. Learn more about PULSE+ evidence-based therapy service for OCD.  

PULSE+ Psychologist Services

PULSE+ is a private clinic offering psychotherapy by a licensed clinical psychologist. We can help with the management of mental health conditions or simply provide the support you need to navigate through life’s challenges. Book an appointment with us or get in touch to find out more.

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