91% see results within a week.

A clinically proven solution, with daily exercises that only take up 3-4 minutes of your day

Be kind to your mind, try it:

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Trusted by over 10,000 people

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No published evidence

13 published studies

Time burden

Long term

3-4 minutes of your day


Takes months

91% see first results within a week


Privacy concerns

Anonymous and private

User feedback


4.8 / 5.0 (2,635 reviews)

Why you are going to love ocd.app?

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Revolutionary”

“I love this app! I tried pretty much everything… but this one, it helped me so much with my OCD. I highly recommend it to anyone who struggles with OCD. It’s helped me to track my progress, set goals, and stay on track. I’m so grateful for this app!”

— Bella G.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “It works”

“This is my first review for an app and I am an 10+ years iPhone user. When I find myself overthinking, overstressing, and over anything that deals with anxiety, OCD, etc., the phrases or statements on this app pops up in my head to remind myself that everything will be ok.”

— Connor P.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Super easy”

“I never thought I could get my OCD under control, but this app makes it so easy. I can manage my intrusive thoughts and they don’t seem so bad anymore. Thank you for making something for people who suffer.”

— Chris W.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Companion”

“After using this amazing resource for over a year, I know that it’s always with me. Thank you, ocd.app!”

— Ashley C.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Effective”

“Getting to understand how you think is what it really does. And the app gives you the tools to truly fix it.”

— Summer E.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Pays off”

“First, you have to complete the exercises – that took me five weeks. Afterwards come the real benefit – that I can find content for pretty much whatever difficulties I am facing.”

— Lati A.

How it works

Break Negative thinking patterns

Recent studies show that Digital Cognitive Behavioral Psychology is one of the most effective methods for breaking maladaptive thinking habits related to OCD.

Exercise for 3-4 minutes a day

Our mind can play us tricks, but with the right methods we can make it our friend. Supportive thinking means we develop the most helpful inner monologue and use it when we need it.

Enjoy mental wellness

Our team of psychologists led by Prof. Guy Doron designed the world’s most credible OCD App. The app has 12 published papers that shows it’s positive effect on your mental health and wellness.

Select your goals

Mental wellness has many aspects. Select you main areas you would like to work on. We will personalize the app based on your selection.

Check your daily exercise

Each new days brings new challenges – and a new exercise. It’s not easy to form good habits, but we guide you through, one step at a time.

Embrace supportive thoughts

Swipe down supportive thoughts. Swipe up negative thoughts.

Complete your daily goal

After completing your recommended daily exercise, you can get back to real life – equipped with supportive thinking and ready to cope with any challenge.

See your progress

It takes time to build a habit, but with some consistent perseverance, in 14 days you should start seeing results: less negative thoughts and an increase in supportive thinking.

Spotlight: Prof. Guy Doron

Meet Prof. Guy Doron, a clinical psychologist, researcher, and co-creator of ocd.app – designed to help individuals cope with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related conditions.

Guy’s journey began with his work in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), where he listened to countless stories of people struggling with OCD.

This experience not only expanded his empathy and understanding of these challenges, but it also led him to become one of the pioneering researchers to define relationship obsessive-compulsive disorder (ROCD).

Using technology to beat OCD

Realizing the potential for technology to scale his impact, Guy envisioned an app that could provide a powerful and effective tool for individuals with OCD. By leveraging the latest advancements in artificial intelligence and big data, the app targets a single key element – the cognitive process. In doing so, it has a significant impact on users’ emotional and general well-being.

Building the most effective tools

Guy’s mission is simple yet profound: to create easy-to-use tools that empower people to focus on what truly matters in their lives and to achieve their dreams.

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