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C-CBT ROCD treatment


ROCD is manifested in obsessive doubts and preoccupations regarding romantic relationships and compulsive behaviors performed in order to alleviate the distress associated with the presence and/or content of the obsessions. Relationship obsessions often come in the form of thoughts (e.g., “is he the right one?”) and images of the relationship partner, but can also occur in the form of urges (e.g., to leave one’s current partner).

1. To read more about ROCD see this link:
2. To read more about this ROCD project and a bit about the controversies surrounding ROCD see this link:

C-CBT ROCD treatment


  • Short-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment
  • Hands-on, practical approach to problem-solving
  • Increase your self-confidence
  • Focuses on developing healthier habits today and learning tools to cope better with stressors
  • Reduce your need for defensive mechanisms such as perfectionism and rigid control
  • Decrease intrusive or negative thoughts
  • Plenty of supportive research evidence

Our C-CBT program

  • CBT delivered by an interactive computer program
  • New technology for proven psychotherapy
  • Supportive research evidence
  • 16 online 10-20 min. sessions
  • In your own time and place
  • Adapted to cellular/tablet format as well

Our team

Dr. Danny Derby

Dr. Danny Derby

Co-founder and developer of our ROCD treatment program
  • Clinical Psychologist / PhD in human sexuality
  • Co founder of the Relationship Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Research Unit
  • Founder and director of Cognetica - The Israeli center for cognitive and behavioral therapies
  • Co founder of "New horizons" – an intensive CBT day care program for people with OCD, anxiety and depression
  • Former chair of Itah - The Israeli CBT association
Prof. Guy Doron

Prof. Guy Doron

Co-founder and developer of our ROCD treatment program
  • PhD and a Master in Clinical Psychology from the University of Melbourne, Australia
  • Senior Lecturer at the New School of Psychology, Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya, Israel
  • Founder and director of the Relationship Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Research Unit
  • 2010 Outstanding researcher award, Interdisciplinary Center, Herzliya
Dr. Asher Strauss

Dr. Asher Strauss

  • PhD in clinical psychology form the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with a focus on cognitive behavioral model of OCD
  • Research and clinical expertise in treating OCD
  • Research and clinical expertise in dissemination of evidence-based treatment online
  • Post doctorate fellowship at the Lab for Study and Treatment of Mental Health and Wellbeing head by Prof. Jonathan Huppert at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Maya Schonbach

Maya Schonbach

  • Pursuing Masters of Clinical Psychology, University of Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Reichman University, Israel
  • Bachelor of Mathematics, University of Waterloo, Canada
  • Current areas of research interest include OCD and CBT
Ran Littman

Dr. Ran Littman

  • PhD in Clinical Psychology, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
  • Psychologist specializing in cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Clinical expertise in treating OCD
  • Research work focuses on the operation of cognitive mechanisms in OCD and the assessment of risk and protective factors in the development of OCD
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