California, CA (PressExposure) January 10, 2012 -- Now that the number of OCD support groups on America's prominent OCD related website OCDTribe has crossed the 180 mark, the company has organized them into 24 different categories like Activities, Countries & Regional, Games, Cultures & Community and Health, Wellness & Fitness, to name just a few. This innovative website offers reliable information on obsessive compulsive disorder help globally.
Mr. Ryan FitzGerald, the CEO, said, "The number of OCD support groups on our website has crossed 180 and this number is only expected to increase in the coming months. We felt it imperative to organize these groups into different categories, so that users can easily find the support group of their choice on our website. There are 24 categories in total; users can also put self created groups in any one of these categories, which will help other users find it more easily in the group listings. We have become one of the most popular online platforms for obsessive compulsive disorder help and support today. As such, we want to make it easier for all our global users to access the features on our website. That's why we are very glad that we have taken this step in that direction."
OCDTribe is a patent website of the WebTribes Inc. network, and it offers innovative obsessive compulsive disorder help through its many features like OCD chat rooms, OCD forums and therapists' blogs, in addition to OCD support groups. It enables people coping with OCD to connect with, and share their experiences with other people living with OCD. It can therefore be said to provide a global support network for OCD affected people.
Mr. Fitzgerald added, "We are constantly trying to add value to our existing website features, while also developing new features and functions. We are always striving to keep our website engaging and informative as we believe that being part of such online communities like those on our website is beneficial for OCD afflicted people. We know that professional therapy is essential if you want to fully recover from OCD, but we also feel that sharing stories and bonding with other people also plays a big role in the overall healing process."
For more information on obsessive compulsive disorder help and OCD support groups, please visit http://www.ocdtribe.com
OCDTribe.com is a popular website that offers an online support forum for OCD-related issues. The website promotes regular updates on OCD News, Mental Health News and General Health News. It provides a free online recovery support community for those wanting to connect with others dealing with obsessive compulsive disorders.