PTSD & OCD Disorder

PTSD & OCD are treatable. You can regain your balance, confidence and happiness

Symptoms of PTSD

Symptoms of PTSD include:

  • Inability to remember aspects of traumatic events
  • Persistent fear, horror, anger, guilt, or shame
  • Persistent negativity about oneself, events, or the world
  • Distorted blame upon oneself or others for a traumatic event
  • Feeling of detachment from previously important people or events
  • Loss of interest in participating in events
  • Loss of interest in daily activities
  • Irritability
  • Aggressive behavior
  • Extreme “startle” response

Are You Or Someone You Love Living with PTSD or OCD Disorder? You are not alone.

Over 12 million people in the United States suffer from PTSD or OCD disorder. Women are twice as likely to suffer from PTSD than men, and deployed military service members to combat zones have asignificantly increased likelihood of experiencing PTSD.

If left untreated, PTSD and OCD disorders will not just “go away.” In fact, its results can be devastating both emotionally and physically.

Is there help if I have a PTSD or OCD Disorder? Can I be “cured”?

Have you been diagnosed with PTSD or OCD disorder, or do you believe you or a loved one might suffer from bipolar disorder? Just because you’ve been diagnosed or believe you suffer from a bipolar disorder doesn’t mean a balanced life is out of the question. In fact, your diagnosis is an opportunity to seek the healing you need. While not completely curable, bipolar disorder is absolutely manageable, and the correct treatment will allow you to live a life of happiness, balance, peace, and prosperity.

The good news is that there is hope and help in the form of PTSD treatment, and ultimately there is hope. The Center • A Place of HOPE invites to you to learn about our whole-person approach to healing, and of our success in providing lasting treatment of bipolar disorder for patients from across the country and around the world.

You can release yourself from the mood swings and health issues associated with bipolar disorder, or manic depressive disorder. At The Center • A Place of HOPE, we have successfully treated hundred of individuals just like you suffering from bipolar issues.  We utilize the proven whole-person approach to care that produces sustained, long-lasting results.

How Does The Center • A Place of HOPE Treat PTSD & OCD Disorder?

Here treatments for PTSD disorder are carried out in a supportive and compassionate way. We take the time to get to know you and your entire life experiences that have contributed to your current condition. We help you uncover the core issues at the heart of your disorder in order to begin the process of healing. We then do something unique and powerful, returning you to be the best person you know is still inside you.


When you arrive at The Center • A Place of HOPE, you are met by a caring member of your team and introduced to your modern luxury condominium-style apartment, complete with a new kitchen, a large living room, and your comfortable, warm bedroom. Most condominiums have decks and patios. Your lodging, including housekeeping, laundry and linen services, is included at no additional cost.

What Better Way to Overcome PTSD & OCD Disorder Than a Treatment Program That Focuses on Your Medical, Physical, Psychological, Emotional, Nutritional, Fitness, and Spiritual Healing?

At The Center • A Place of HOPE, you are assigned a complete team of world-class professionals dedicated just to you. Each is licensed and experienced treating bipolar issues. They care about the entire you, your mind, body and spirit, and work to return you to a much better place.

How Do I Learn What A Treatment Program Might Look Life For Me?

Start now by looking to the right of this page and filling out the quick and easy form on the right side of this page. Or call one of our caring, licensed bipolar treatment specialists today at 1-888-771-5166 / 425-771-5166. It is a free, confidential call. A happy and productive life awaits.