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A holistic treatment approach that starts by connecting you with one of our licensed OCD therapists

  • Match with an OCD therapist
  • Personalize your treatment plan
  • Do “face-to-face” ERP therapy sessions online
  • Use OCD theraputic tools 24/7
  • Message your therapist anytime
  • Learn what helps other people from a peer community

Schedule a free phone call with our care team, and we’ll connect you with an OCD Therapist from NOCD.

All NOCD therapists have been trained by our team of world-renowned OCD clinicians, to bring you the best experience possible.

NOCD therapists include licensed counselors, psychologists, and social workers, and they all are trained in exposure and response prevention, or ERP, the most effective OCD treatment. All NOCD therapists are managed by our clinical leadership team, who have 35+ years experience treating OCD and designed some of the world’s top OCD treatment programs.

Patrick McGrath, Ph.D.

Head of Clinical Services

Patrick McGrath, Ph.D.

Head of Clinical Services

Dr. McGrath is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Head of Clinical Services at NOCD. He is also the President of OCD MIdwest an affiliate of the IOCDF), the President of Anxiety Centers of Illinois, a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the International OCD Foundation and NOCD, and the author of The OCD Answer Book and Don't Try Harder, Try Different.

Stephanie Lonsway, Ph.D.

Clinical Director

Stephanie Lonsway, Ph.D.

Clinical Director

Stephanie is a licensed clinical psychologist with specialized training and extensive experience in treating OCD and related disorders. She uses exposure and response prevention (ERP), cognitive-behavioral therapies, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and mindfulness-based therapies.

Jamie Feusner, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer

Jamie Feusner, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer

Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and Director of the UCLA OCD Intensive Treatment Program since 2006, Dr. Feusner is an internationally recognized researcher and clinician for OCD and related disorders.

Many members use their health insurance to pay for NOCD Therapy sessions.

To make specialized OCD therapy from licensed therapists convenient and affordable, we accept many insurance plans including:

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A personalized OCD therapy model that gets you the best treatment without all the trouble.

NOCD uses an ERP therapy model that was shown in two independent research studies to reduce OCD severity significantly in just 8 weeks on average.

1. Become connected

with a licensed, OCD-trained therapist right on your phone

2. Find out

what’s going on and get your treatment plan during a live video diagnostic assessment

3. Do Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) therapy

the most effective OCD treatment, with live video appointments online

4. Get support

in-between sessions by messaging your therapist and using the platform’s functionality

  • IOS
  • Android
  • desktop
  • text
  • voice
  • live video

It’s important to ask questions before starting therapy.

These real people with OCD have a few answers.

What subtypes of OCD does this treatment work for?

By Kali Wallace

OCD Warrior

I’m an art student studying for my MFA and have been living with OCD for over 7 years.

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Are OCD specialists different from other therapists?

By Hannah Zidansek

OCD Advocate

I was diagnosed with OCD when I was 13 years old. I’m hoping that by sharing my experience with OCD, more people will understand what we go through.

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What if my therapist judges me and thinks I’m crazy?

By Chrissie Hodges

OCD Advocate & Certified Peer Specialist

Every person with mental illness is worthy of a good life, happiness, and deserves the chance to live in recovery. Recovery is possible for anyone.

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