Dr. Riemann says OCD treatment at Rogers Memorial Hospital is aimed at getting people back on track with their lives as quickly as possible. Patients make amazing strides at Rogers, he says. Rogers is one of the few places in the country offering intensive cognitive-behavioral therapy for children, teens and adults in a residential setting.
Featured Doctor: Bradley C. Riemann, PhD, Clinical Director Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Center - Oconomowoc
“OCD treatment is geared toward turning things around. It’s hard work but there’s a huge payoff.
“Obsessive-compulsive Disorders are disabling. By coming through treatment, they’re able to put their lives back together. Some of the people who come to us who are the least likely to succeed and are the ones who make the most gains. They can turn their pain into effort that really makes a difference in their lives.
“The amount of pain that we see at admission can’t be described, It’s hard to see. It’s hard to talk about. But we know in two months it’s going to be different. We know that if we can work together, we’re going to make a difference.”