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Compulsions, also known as rituals, are typically used to avoid or reduce distress and anxiety, or to avoid some fear - inducing event or situation. Family intervention is a critical supplement to medication and behavioural treatment. The multifamily psychoeducational group is one effective format. This can take the form of a support group or be led by a professional (this is called Multi-Family Behavioral Treatment or MFBT). The goal of these groups is to bring together people who have OCD and their family members to learn about OCD, its impact on the family, and coping strategies. A group setting offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for family members and individuals with OCD to feel less isolated and estranged. Learning about OCD, sharing similar experiences, and discussing alternative problem-solving approaches is an empowering process. It will make you feel better to know that you are not alone in your struggles. Cadabams are equipped with family therapists who will help you and your family recover using family therapy for OCD in Hyderabad.
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What role does family therapy play in the treatment of OCD?

It assists families in learning the most effective ways of responding to these disorders. In fact, some family members may act as co-therapists by assisting their loved one in performing therapeutic exercises. Family therapy also helps to support and strengthen families, reducing stress and strain on relationships.

What is the role of family members in the progression of OCD symptoms?

Family members may take part in their loved one’s rituals, offer constant reassurances, or assist the person with OCD in avoiding feared objects, places, or people. In other words, you make allowances for OCD behaviour.