Made by people with OCD, along with some of the world's top experts. NOCD offers clinically effective therapy tools for obsessive-compulsive disorder that can be used whenever and wherever you need help.
- Immediate guidance when OCD symptoms make things tough
- Custom treatment plans and exercises, built around CBT, ERP, and ACT
- An in-app community where people support and educate each other
- Protected treatment data to share with clinicians and loved ones
- New educational resources and inspirational content every day
Effective treatment methods like cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) have been developed, but they're difficult to understand and even harder to complete.
The NOCD app allows you to continue treatment throughout the week and eliminates many of the barriers to successful treatment. No more carrying paper and pen around, or forgetting therapy because you're busy. If you're looking for an easier way to feel better, try NOCD.
What is OCD?
OCD is a common psychiatric disorder that involves repetitive, unwanted thoughts and compulsive behaviors intended to reduce the anxiety caused by those thoughts. Commonly misunderstood as an annoying personality quirk, OCD usually involves intense distress and can become completely debilitating.
NOCD, Inc. is not a treatment company, and the NOCD app is not intended as a standalone treatment. Although this app is developed with clinicians to closely resemble established treatment protocols, it is intended to be used in conjunction with a therapist or another medical provider.
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I just wanted to say a HUGE Thankyou to NOCD, specifically Ted and Anil! The app is such a helpful resource so that people don’t feel alone in their struggles. I know it’s been so nice to have on my phone for times when I was especially down or struggling and needed to know that other people got what you were going through. Ted and Anil have been so so helpful and kind! They’ve bent over backwards to accommodate me and to extend discounts where I needed them. Ted did my assessment and was extremely thorough, empathetic and took as much time as I needed. He created a judgment free zone for me to tell everything that I was going through without having to feel afraid and gave me the diagnosis that I needed. Anil also was willing to give me a call and let me know any information I might need. Overall, I’m extremely grateful and impressed by this organization and by the people who work for it. It’s very professional and still personable which is ESSENTIAL for mental health patients! Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou! I wouldn’t be where I am today with out the help of NOCD.
This app is made for Hollywood’s portrayal of OCD
The exercise doesn’t work for things that happen randomly to you. For example, I don’t like my alarm being set for random hours when something originally had happened to me or making a wish for something and then a few hours later something negative happened. Then it says “expose yourself to it”. I’m not at a wishing well to throw another penny and making a wish again. AND I don’t need to set my alarm right now! So it’s not bothering me. This is for people who don’t like their hands getting physically messy or their books aren’t perfectly in order. FYI that’s not real OCD, that’s OCD portrayed by Hollywood. Real OCD is not being able to go to the bathroom without flushing the toilet 3 times or something bad will happen or walking up and down your staircase 10 times til it “feels right” or refusing to touch certain people because you think something bad will happen. The last OCD I had was when I was smelling Yankee candles, and if I smelled a bad one or it wasn’t a good smell and left the store, something bad would arise. What am I supposed to drive 45 mins away to the Yankee candle store just to do this app? That’s real OCD. Washing your hands 18 times is Hollywood OCD. Maybe get some people who have actual OCD to fix this app. OCD is almost superstitious.
Developer Response ,
We're sorry the app has been a confusing experience for you so far. Your feedback is really helpful as we keep working to make it better.
Since a few of us have OCD too, we definitely understand the frustration when it seems like people are talking about "Hollywood OCD" all the time. Many of our users with similar needs use our SOS feature to start practicing immediately when random obsessions and compulsions set in. As always, feel free to send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks again!
So helpful if you have OCD.
to be even better, I love how you can plan out your hierarchy and the SOS feature is a great touch as well. Excellent customer service too! Great company. Thank you NOCD which is cool. I'm excited to see where it goes.
My main criticism would be that when you add an obsession it prompts you with "I always worry that...." That's great, but it would be nice to be able to delete those words. For example, what if you just started to worry about something for the first time ever, or if you have an obsession that comes and goes.
Anyway, thanks guys for the great free app.
Developer Response ,
Glad you like the app! Even though it's been a while since you wrote this review, your suggestion is really helpful and we've passed it on to our development team. We definitely understand that people have all kinds of obsessions that don't necessarily fit into that category. Thanks!
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.