Online OCD Self Help Course

Learn to manage your intrusive thoughts, compulsive behaviours, and start overcoming your OCD.

100% Money Back Guarantee

How our course works

Get Started

We find out the type of OCD you’re suffering from, so we can personalise our course to your obsessions and compulsions

Begin the course

Begin our milestone-based program. You’ll be taken through over 60 audio therapy sessions that equip you with relevant, practical techniques to tackle your OCD

Learn to fight back

You’ll be taught how to disengage from intrusive thoughts, control the urges to perform compulsions and acclimate with the feelings of anxiety

Your road to recovery

We track your progress to ensure you’re on the road to recovery. We’ll also give you access to over 100+ meditations for relaxation and mindfulness practice

Who our course is for

We believe our course is suitable for anyone suffering with OCD or experiencing obsessive-compulsive symptoms, such as:

Intrusive thoughts

Unwanted compulsive urges

Intense anxiety

We’ve even made tailored courses for a number of the different types of OCD. Here are a few examples:

Contamination

Rumination

Checking

Religious

Symmetry

Magical Thinking

How our course will help

Over 97%* of our users who have completed the course have seen a reduction in OCD symptoms. These include:

  • A reduction in intensity and frequency with bouts of anxiety
  • Managing and accepting intrusive thoughts
  • A decrease in urge to perform compulsions
  • Minimal response when exposed to triggers

*Based on 436 users surveyed between September 2021 and February 2022. Users surveyed were those who completed the course.

USERS HELPED

SESSIONS AND MEDITATIONS

LIFETIME ACCESS

Our Methods

CBT

Cognitive behavioural therapy is the most common form of treatment for OCD. Using a structured approached it tackles the thoughts and patterns in your mind, analysing how you think and then making changes to transform your current obsessive thinking.

Research has shown that 75% of people who use CBT as a treatment for their OCD has seen improvements in their symptoms.

ACT

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a branch of CBT and works on the basis of accepting the thoughts of our mind and feelings of our body as just a product of OCD and nothing more.

ACT focuses on finding a way to allow obsessions and anxiety to come and go without interfering with the way one lives his or her life.

ERP

Exposure and Response Prevention refers to exposing yourself to the thoughts, images, objects and situations that make you anxious and/or start your obsessions.

Eventually your mind will become so used to these triggers that it naturally removes all anxiety attached.

Mindfulness

The principles of mindfulness attempt to move attention away from the thoughts in your head and focus on your environment and body.

CBT

CBT

Cognitive behavioural therapy is the most common form of treatment for OCD. Using a structured approached it tackles the thoughts and patterns in your mind, analysing how you think and then making changes to transform your current obsessive thinking.

Research has shown that 75% of people who use CBT as a treatment for their OCD has seen improvements in their symptoms.

ACT

ACT

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy is a branch of CBT and works on the basis of accepting the thoughts of our mind and feelings of our body as just a product of OCD and nothing more.

ACT focuses on finding a way to allow obsessions and anxiety to come and go without interfering with the way one lives his or her life.

ERP

ERP

Exposure and Response Prevention refers to exposing yourself to the thoughts, images, objects and situations that make you anxious and/or start your obsessions.

Eventually your mind will become so used to these triggers that it naturally removes all anxiety attached.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness

The principles of mindfulness attempt to move attention away from the thoughts in you head and focus on your environment and body.

Explore the program

Milestone 1

Understanding Your OCD

In this mailstone you will able to listen 6 sessions that will help you understand what is OCD. You will learn the science behind your OCD, and how your brain has managed to get stuck in this routine and more.

Milestone 2

Beginning Mindfulness

Start your journey with mindfulness. Introducing the idea of moving your attention away from the busyness of your mind and focusing on your external world.

Milestone 3

Acceptance

Learn to accept and understand that you’re suffering from OCD, but also welcome the new idea that you’re going to beat it.

Milestone 4

The Four R's

Begin retraining the way your mind views intrusive thoughts. Master relabeling, reattributing, refocusing and revaluing when intrusive thoughts appear.

Milestone 5

Understanding Emotions

Recognise anxiety as just a physiological reaction to your OCD, learn that there is no catastrophe in feeling anxiety and you can tolerate it.

Milestone 6

Beginning PMR

Kick off exposure and response prevention where you’ll begin to gradually expose yourself to your triggers while resisting the urge to perform compulsions. Training your mind to understand that the triggers offer no threat.

What does it cost?

  • A tailor made course of treatment for your exact type of OCD
  • 60+ personalised audio sessions of therapy using CBT, ERP & more
  • 100+ meditations for relaxation, mindfulness & more
  • Money back guarantee if you do not see a reduction in symptoms after completing the course
  • Cheaper than a single hour of in-person therapy

One-off fee

Access to all Impulse content forever

Money-Back Guarantee

We understand that parting with this amount of money is a lot to ask, especially when there’s no guarantee that our program will work.

Which is why we want to make things a little easier for you! If you do not see any reduction in symptoms after completing our course, you’ll receive a full refund, no questions asked.

Unsure if you’re suffering from OCD?

Take our online test to assess the severity of your OCD symptoms.

How Impulse began

Impulse was founded by Jamal Asskoumi, an OCD sufferer just like yourself.

After years of rumination, obsession and anxiety, Jamal embarked on his journey of CBT. Through which he managed to break the cycle of OCD, and live the life he had missed for so long.

Impulse has been created as an alternative to traditional therapy. Booking a single session of therapy with an OCD specialist is extremely expensive. We wanted to offer all of the techniques, knowledge and advice you’d receive from a qualified psychiatrist at your fingertips.

In the US alone over 3 million people are suffering from OCD, yet, of these three million, so few truly understand what is happening within their mind.

We wanted this to change.

 

Our goal is to support as many OCD sufferers as we can.

FAQ’s

What is Impulse?

Impulse is a session based course of therapy specifically for OCD. It was created as an alternative to the stereotypical form of therapy which usually comes at a very high cost.

It works as normal therapy does, the sessions are tailored to your condition and discuss actionable changes you can make to your life to counteract OCD.

You will be given the information, advice, exercises and the motivation that you need to break free from OCD.

How do I know if I have OCD?

The diagnosis of OCD is made by the extent and longevity of your obsessions and compulsions. If you feel as though your day is being disrupted by these acts, you’re more than likely suffering from OCD.

However, we advise against any self-diagnosis, please seek the advice of a doctor.

That being said, if you feel you are suffering from any OCD-like symptoms, the skills on our course will still apply.

Will this cure my OCD?

97% of our users have seen a decrease in symptoms upon completion of our course.

Though we cannot guarantee you will be cured from your OCD, you will definitely be more knowledgeable and more equipped to deal with OCD than before.

How long does this take to work?

Our course lasts around 8 weeks, but is constantly being updated with sessions tailored to specific cases of OCD.

Users have seen varying timelines in seeing results, for some it has been two weeks, for others two months.

We do not promise any exact date for recovery, however, you will see improvements, if you stick with it.

Can I use this while going to therapy?

Of course!

OCD is a personal condition, so we advise gaining as much professional information and techniques as you can.

Is this proven by doctors?

Yes!

Our whole course is based on the ideas of leading psychiatrists and OCD specialists.

What does the “course of therapy” include?

The course of therapy includes audio sessions, each filled with information for you to understand your OCD, exercises that you can practice and techniques that you can use to fight back against your OCD.

I’ve tried everything. Why would this work?

We’ve seen countless OCD sufferers explain they have tried these techniques before, that they’re aware of all of the advice that we are giving them, and they may be right. However, what’s more important is the effective application and understanding of the techniques. We’ve made all of our concepts very easy to understand and easily integrated into everyday life

Do I have to keep paying each month?

No, not at all. The Impulse Therapy program is a one-off fee, you will never pay any additional payments.

Will this help my type of OCD?

Most definitely! We’ve observed the most common types or obsessions within OCD and created tailored courses for each variation, that gives specific examples on how to target that unique condition.

If you do not see your type of OCD listed, don’t worry, using our standard course will equip you with the techniques to battle any obsession within OCD. You can select the standard version of the course by selecting “Other” in the OCD type form.

What is Impulse?

Impulse is a session based course of therapy specifically for OCD. It was created as an alternative to the stereotypical form of therapy which usually comes at a very high cost.

It works as normal therapy does, the sessions are tailored to your condition and discuss actionable changes you can make to your life to counteract OCD.

You will be given the information, advice, exercises and the motivation that you need to break free from OCD.

How do I know if I have OCD?

The diagnosis of OCD is made by the extent and longevity of your obsessions and compulsions. If you feel as though your day is being disrupted by these acts, you’re more than likely suffering from OCD.

However, we advise against any self-diagnosis, please seek the advice of a doctor.

That being said, if you feel you are suffering from any OCD-like symptoms, the skills on our course will still apply.

Will this cure my OCD?

97% of our users have seen a decrease in symptoms upon completion of our course.

Though we cannot guarantee you will be cured from your OCD, you will definitely be more knowledgeable and more equipped to deal with OCD than before.

How long does this take to work?

Our course lasts around 8 weeks, but is constantly being updated with sessions tailored to specific cases of OCD.

Users have seen varying timelines in seeing results, for some it has been two weeks, for others two months.

We do not promise any exact date for recovery, however, you will see improvements, if you stick with it.

Can I use this while going to therapy?

Of course!

OCD is a personal condition, so we advise gaining as much professional information and techniques as you can.

Is this proven by doctors?

Yes!

Our whole course is based on the ideas of leading psychiatrists and OCD specialists.

What does the “course of therapy” include?

The course of therapy includes audio sessions, each filled with information for you to understand your OCD, exercises that you can practice and techniques that you can use to fight back against your OCD.

I’ve tried everything. Why would this work?

We’ve seen countless OCD sufferers explain they have tried these techniques before, that they’re aware of all of the advice that we are giving them, and they may be right. However, what’s more important is the effective application and understanding of the techniques. We’ve made all of our concepts very easy to understand and easily integrated into everyday life

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