Regular updates to Alex's progress will be posted to our Blog "OCD: Real Stories, Real Help." "Alex is truly one of the bravest young OCD sufferers I have ever met, and I will be eternally grateful for the gift of hope she offers." -- Dr.Kristen Mulcahy I believe I have had OCD since the age of 5. I started using the Live OCD Free app after a stay at an intensive residential treatment program.I started using the Live OCD Free app about three months ago and my anxiety decreased right away. -- Lynn, New York We set up the Live OCD Free app with my son's therapist. It gave us a visual list of the goals he wanted to accomplish and a path to get there.We found the message recording feature most helpful.Remarkably, Alexandra can now walk anywhere and touch almost everything freely.
With regular usage of the app, one will feel the reduction in symptoms of OCD week after week.Download Live OCD Free now to learn how you can reveal his true identity and defeat him for good. We are looking forward to using Live OCD Free and conducting research on it at the OCD Institute. Knowing the app is on in the background mentally keeps me focused on not ticking. For less than the cost of one therapy session, you can have a great self-help tool if you are unable to get help from a specialist.We are able to record words, phrases and stories that my son was too afraid to say.As part of his exposure treatment, we listen to the recordings in the car and at home.Using the app in conjunction with therapy has dramatically improved our son's quality of life. -- Bridget, Massachusetts I've been using the Live OCD Free app for about two and a half months.It allows me to actively fight against my OCD in between visits with my therapist. I still have work to do, but the Live OCD Free app is a helpful tool that has kept me on track.Having an assignment to do helps me to work on my exposure challenges.I would recommend every psychiatrist and psychologist to have this app and give it to their patients.-- Lisa, North Carolina Click on the graphic below to learn about Alexanda's story on You Tube: Alexandra wants nothing more than to lead a revolution against this insidious, debilitating monster we call OCD!To help others see how much hope there is with proper treatment, Alex is documenting her progression through recovery.