Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

NOCD now treats disorders related to OCD: BFRBs including Trichotillomania & Dermatillomania, and Hoarding and Tic Disorders

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Patrick McGrath, PhD

OCD is a debilitating condition that impacts the lives of millions and causes significant distress. At NOCD, we provide specialized treatment to help people with OCD get better. But we also know that other OCD-related disorders frequently affect people’s lives and get in the way of treatment progress – or even prevent them from getting treatment at all.

Without managing OCD-related disorders, most people suffering from them in addition to OCD are unable to get better. Specialized treatment for these disorders is an essential part of an overall treatment plan for OCD.

We’re committed to getting people the right care, at the right time, and in the right setting to treat the whole person. That’s why we’re proud to expand our members’ care to include effective, convenient, and affordable treatment for disorders related to OCD.

NOCD therapists now treat Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) – which includes Trichotillomania (hair pulling) and Dermatillomania (skin picking) – Hoarding Disorder, and Tic Disorder.

These conditions are among the most misunderstood, misdiagnosed, and mistreated groups of disorders. With specialized treatment and support, many people can reduce symptoms, improve their quality of life, and become more successful on their OCD treatment journey.

NOCD therapists provide evidence-based treatment through face-to-face video therapy sessions, with support between sessions, so you’re never alone. We even partner with many insurance providers to make treatment more affordable.

If you’re suffering from OCD or disorders related to OCD, book a free call to learn more about working with a NOCD Therapist.

Patrick McGrath, PhD

Dr. McGrath is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and the Chief Clinical Officer at NOCD. He is a member of the Scientific and Clinical Advisory Boards of the International OCD Foundation, a Fellow of the Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, and the author of "The OCD Answer Book" and "Don't Try Harder, Try Different."

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Taylor Newendorp

Taylor Newendorp

Network Clinical Training Director

I started as a therapist over 14 years ago, working in different mental health environments. Many people with OCD that weren't being treated for it crossed my path and weren't getting better. I decided that I wanted to help people with OCD, so I became an OCD therapist, and eventually, a clinical supervisor. I treated people using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) and saw people get better day in and day out. I continue to use ERP because nothing is more effective in treating OCD.

Madina Alam

Madina Alam

Director of Therapist Engagement

When I started treating OCD, I quickly realized how much this type of work means to me because I had to learn how to be okay with discomfort and uncertainty myself. I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2016. My graduate work is in mental health counseling, and I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it’s the gold standard of OCD treatment.

Andrew Moeller

Andrew Moeller

Licensed Therapy, LMHC

I've been a licensed counselor since 2013, having run my private practice with a steady influx of OCD cases for several years. Out of all the approaches to OCD treatment that I've used, I find Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to be the most effective. ERP goes beyond other methods and tackles the problem head-on. By using ERP in our sessions, you can look forward to better days ahead.

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