NOCD Therapists are specialists in OCD

NOCD therapists practice Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), the most effective treatment for OCD. Each of our therapists is trained by our world-renowned clinical leadership team.

Criteria for clinical excellence

We start with an intentional screening process to verify that new therapists are:

  • Board licensed
  • Deeply empathetic for people with OCD
  • Passionate about improving the delivery of OCD treatment
  • Experienced with OCD and common comorbidities

ERP-trained · Licensed · Experienced

Our clinical leadership team

Meet the OCD experts who build our protocols and actively manage them today

Patrick McGrath, PhD

Patrick McGrath, PhD

Head of Clinical Services

20 years of OCD experience

Stephanie Lonsway

Stephanie Lonsway

Clinical Director

10+ years of OCD experience

Jamie Feusner, MD

Jamie Feusner, MD

Chief Medical Officer

20 years of OCD experience

Nicholas R. Farrell, Ph.D

Nicholas R. Farrell, Ph.D

Clinical Director

15 years of OCD experience

To get connected with a NOCD therapist, schedule a free call with our team.

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Commonly asked questions

Have questions about NOCD therapists?

Is virtual treatment, even with a therapist that specializes in OCD, going to be effective?

Will a NOCD therapist know about the OCD subtype(s) I’m experiencing?

What goes into matching me with a NOCD therapist?

Am I able to contact my therapist between sessions, in case I’m having a bad day?

Do I need a diagnosis before starting at NOCD Therapy?

Is what I share with my NOCD therapist confidential?

Will my NOCD therapist be available after treatment is over?

What happens if I don’t think my therapist is the right one for me, or if I move out of state?

My symptoms are very intense, or I have another condition that makes my OCD worse. Can NOCD still help me?