Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

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Every NOCD therapist is licensed, trained in ERP, and has experience in treating all themes of OCD. Explore the professional profiles of some of our therapists below.

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Taylor Newendorp

Taylor Newendorp

Licensed Therapist, MA

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.

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Terrie Browning

Terrie Browning

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I began my career treating general anxiety and depression, but since 2014, I've been getting more involved with OCD cases. I've seen more severe OCD cases as time has gone on and learned how Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy is the most effective way to treat OCD. ERP is a treatment that allows you to have more control over unwanted thoughts, so you don't have to live in fear of them. I've seen how ERP can help bring success and joy to someone's life.

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Darilyn McElfresh

Darilyn McElfresh

Licensed Therapist, MS

As a therapist, first and foremost, I believe in meeting you where you're at. I can have a plan, but that means nothing without understanding where you are. That will help us navigate where to go and how to prioritize. A fun fact about me: I have a dog named Emma. She's a Scoodle (Scottie and poodle mix). Chances are you'll hear her at some point, because she's usually under my desk. I'm kind of her emotional support human.

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Sandra Stubbs

Sandra Stubbs

Licensed Therapist, MA

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2011, and I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to create positive changes in the lives of people with OCD. Therapy is my passion. Knowing that I can assist people with such a debilitating disorder is why I do my work. I use ERP to treat people with all types of OCD themes, including aggressive, taboo, and a host of others.

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Elise Curry

Elise Curry

Licensed Therapist, Psychologist

I've been working almost 20 years as a psychologist and counselor, working at the UCSD counseling center, within outpatient units, and eventually going into private practice. I did a year-long residency with Sanjay Saxena MD, an expert in OCD and representative of the International OCD Foundation, where I learned Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is well-researched, and I think you'll find it to be quite powerful and effective.

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Saraa Lee

Saraa Lee

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I’ve been seeing clients for over 10 years, and I know how debilitating OCD can be for a person. I’m here to tell you that OCD is treatable, and you don’t have to suffer from it. I specialize in OCD and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because of its effectiveness in treating OCD. My favorite part of working with people that have OCD is seeing results from session to session. I can be your guide using ERP so that you can experience positive changes in your life.

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Mitchell Durham

Mitchell Durham

Licensed Therapist, Psychologist

I’ve been treating people with anxiety and depression for almost 40 years, with OCD being prevalent in cases that I’ve taken on. Now, I specialize in OCD. I tend to see many people with a Christian background, so if you have OCD and a faith-based world view, I understand how to help. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, shown to bring tremendous results regardless of your background. I’ve seen some rapid progress through ERP, and I hope to provide the same type of experience for you.

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Gary Vandalfsen

Gary Vandalfsen

Licensed Therapist, Psychologist

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist for over twenty five years. My main area of focus is OCD with specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention therapy. I use ERP to treat people with all types of OCD themes, including aggressive, taboo, and a range of other unique types.

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Laura Lamir

Laura Lamir

Licensed Therapist, MS

Having spent over a decade treating people with various disorders, I find that my experience working with families helps me a great deal when treating OCD. Family relationships can play a crucial role in exacerbating OCD, but that’s just one aspect I look at during treatment. I also have experience working with at-risk youths and at a local community health center. There’s nothing I haven’t seen before, and by using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, I’ve helped a lot of people put their OCD troubles behind them.

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Liza Fernandez

Liza Fernandez

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 1996, and specialize in treating OCD. I've received specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat whatever subtype or subtypes you're experiencing. I'll use almost 25 years of experience to guide you so that you can learn how to manage OCD on your own.

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Stephen Mohr

Stephen Mohr

Licensed Therapist, LPCC-S

During my time as a clinical counselor, I often treated people that described OCD symptoms. Now, I specialize in treating OCD. I’m driven to help people in significant pain, so to treat those with OCD, I’ve become more proficient and confident in the treatment that I provide. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy allows me to do that because it gets the results I’m looking for. Those results lead someone with OCD, someone like yourself, to find a more fulfilling life.

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Mary Harfst

Mary Harfst

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

My passion is helping those with OCD maximize their quality of life. OCD is debilitating, but I know that receiving the appropriate treatment can bring back your life. I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 30 years. I graduated from the University of Maryland, and have specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy.

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Thelma Rivera

Thelma Rivera

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2005. My main area of focus is OCD with specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I use ERP to treat people with all types of OCD themes, including aggressive, taboo, and a range of other unique types.

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Josh Kaplan

Josh Kaplan

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I enjoy guiding others out of their OCD and showing them the light at the end of the tunnel. The best reward for me is watching people improve. I've been a licensed OCD therapist since 2011, having earned a Master's Degree in Clinical Social Work. OCD is so destructive but yet treatable with Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the most proven and effective treatment for OCD.

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Kelly Sansone

Kelly Sansone

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2008. My main area of focus is OCD with specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I use ERP to treat people with all types of OCD themes, including aggressive, taboo, and a range of other unique types.

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Michelle Cuppari

Michelle Cuppari

Licensed Therapist, Psychologist

I’ve been treating people with OCD since 2016, and now I work as an OCD specialist. It’s always been my passion to treat people with OCD, partly because I have my own experiences with intrusive thoughts. I participated in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, so I know how well ERP can work for someone with OCD. ERP is incredibly effective and works for all OCD subtypes.

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Madina Alam

Madina Alam

Licensed Therapist, LCMHC

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.

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Rani Dronamraju

Rani Dronamraju

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I specialize in treating OCD, and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to effectively treat people with OCD because I know that I will see progress throughout our sessions. I've happily spent over 30 years working at a community mental health services facility, which includes therapist work and supervision of social workers and other therapists. I like how NOCD makes it easier to do ERP exercises because of the NOCD app's tools. It brings me great joy when I see how happy people feel as they get better.

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Allen Liao

Allen Liao

Licensed Therapist, Clinical Psychologist

Before joining NOCD, I worked at a treatment and coaching program in Los Angeles that focused on helping people deal with OCD, which was my first introduction to Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. Since receiving my practicing license, I’ve been working specifically with OCD cases. It’s great to see people’s courage develop as they get better using ERP. It’s an incredibly effective treatment for OCD, and I can’t wait to work with you and help you get better.

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Judy Lair

Judy Lair

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I’m headed for my 21st year as a licensed therapist and love helping people break free from OCD. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions, which I learned how to use early on in my practice. I have only grown to become more confident in my ability to treat people effectively using ERP. I’m a published writer, including a book on OCD and how to move from fear to freedom. I’m excited to work with you and can’t wait to set you up for success in your ERP journey.

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Joe Cook

Joe Cook

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been a licensed therapist since 2014, with a Master’s Degree in mental health counseling, and post-graduate training in ERP therapy. It can be difficult in the beginning, but ERP is an immensely effective therapy that works with any OCD subtype.

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Siddhi Patel

Siddhi Patel

Licensed Therapist, Psy.D.

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 10 years. My private practice as a licensed psychologist has allowed me to treat many people with OCD, and my work as a college counselor has given me more experience with unique OCD cases. I believe in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, which I’ll use as a treatment during our sessions. ERP can do wonders for people that open up and put in the work. I’m happy that I get to provide this scientifically proven treatment to those that join me in my sessions.

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Ursula Wright

Ursula Wright

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m going on a decade of experience as a licensed social worker, treating mood & anxiety disorders, addiction, domestic violence, and OCD. I’ve learned that people struggling with disorders have a hard time finding access to a professional diagnosis. NOCD changes that. As a specialized OCD therapist, I’ll provide you with a diagnosis and, if you show signs of OCD, I’ll use the most trusted method in treating OCD called Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is well-researched and proven to work.

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Paulina Stephens

Paulina Stephens

Licensed Therapist, LCPC

I'm an OCD specialized therapist, and I began my career as a licensed clinical professional counselor. I have received training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy under the guidance of Dr. Patrick McGranth, the head of clinical services at NOCD. Working with a research-based treatment like ERP is rewarding because it allows me to see people break free from the hold that OCD has over them.

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Sandra Shern

Sandra Shern

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I'm fortunate to have seen Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy help people with OCD when I worked at a non-profit community mental health program almost 15 years ago. The program was a great learning environment because I treated every type of mental health issue, including OCD, and saw how people's behavior changed when given proper treatment. It molded me as a therapist, and now, I'm using ERP to treat so many people that need support and guidance as they face OCD.

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Bethany Burton

Bethany Burton

Licensed Therapist, MA

I've been working as a professional counselor and clinical trauma professional since 2008, and now I specialize in OCD treatment. When I saw people exhibiting symptoms of OCD during my sessions, I knew that there must be a better treatment out there to help them. I’m now trained to provide Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, and the more I treat people with OCD using ERP, the more results I see. The surprise in people's faces when that change happens is a great experience, and that makes me stoked to offer this phenomenal treatment to you.

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Mary Van Voorhis

Mary Van Voorhis

Licensed Therapist, LCSW-R

I'm passionate about helping people with OCD improve their quality of life. As a therapist, I enjoy empowering people so they can manage their symptoms outside of therapy. I've been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2014. I believe that Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy is the most beneficial therapy for a person with OCD.

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Tamara Harrison

Tamara Harrison

Licensed Therapist, MA

I have personally struggled with OCD and know what it's like to feel controlled by intrusive thoughts and compulsions, and to also overcome it using the proper therapy. I’ve been a licensed therapist since 2017. I have an M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and practice Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I know by experience how effective ERP is in treating OCD symptoms.

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Rose Stimmel

Rose Stimmel

Licensed Therapist, Psy.D.

I'm a licensed clinical psychologist, and my main area of focus is OCD with specialized training in Exposure Response Prevention Therapy (ERP). I use ERP to treat people with all types of OCD themes, including aggressive, taboo, and a range of other unique types.

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Lynn Young

Lynn Young

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been treating people for over a decade now, and now specialize in treating OCD. Working with families at a local church and students on a college campus, I’ve experienced very different OCD cases and have treated many different OCD subtypes. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy and enjoy how ERP allows me to apply structured, personalized treatment. ERP offers people a way to face their fears, and with me as a guide, I’ve seen great results. I hope to bring those same results to you.

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Theresa Barton

Theresa Barton

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I have an extensive background in helping people face their challenges. I’ve worked in social services, community service settings and have worked with many people dealing with their anxiety. Jumping into the field of OCD specialist was a natural step forward, and by using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, I can show you how to manage your OCD and get your life back.

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Jane Simmons

Jane Simmons

Licensed Therapist, MA

Over the years, I've enjoyed treating children & teens with OCD and watching them work to put their mental health troubles behind them. With NOCD, I specialize in treating OCD for all ages. During sessions, I will use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because ERP is proven to be effective. Having treated children with severe behavior problems, some were in child protective services and truly needing care, I can say that I've seen it all and can help with any OCD subtype.

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Bonnie Grossman

Bonnie Grossman

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been working since 2002, and as a licensed therapist, I'm amazed at how fast people with OCD can feel changes by using the right guidance and techniques. I've worked with different OCD subtypes, and I've seen that people implementing Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy bring amazing results even in severe cases. I enjoy seeing people grow from treatment. It makes my job incredibly satisfying.

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Noelle Rodgers

Noelle Rodgers

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve struggled with OCD myself and learned how to manage it, so I understand what it’s like. I know how OCD makes life difficult, and more importantly, how to successfully treat it. That’s what motivates me to help others with OCD. I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2014, and gained specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to ensure I help people with OCD in the best possible way.

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Melissa Eckroth

Melissa Eckroth

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I want people to realize that they have the power to take back their lives from OCD by using scientifically proven Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) techniques. I’ve been a therapist since 2014. I have a M.S. in Community Counseling and use ERP therapy when treating OCD because no other type of OCD therapy comes close to how effective it is.

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Kelly Fallon

Kelly Fallon

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I've been a licensed therapist since 2019, with a Master's Degree in Clinical Forensic Psychology from Roger Williams University, and I specialize in treating OCD. I know a number of people in my personal life who struggle with OCD, and I have witnessed the lack of access to effective Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) treatment, the gold standard of OCD treatment. I can offer you ERP treatment to help you overcome OCD.

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Heather Driver

Heather Driver

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I entered the mental health field in 2008 and became a licensed therapist in 2015. Since then, I've held a private practice where I've been able to gain experience using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD. As an OCD specialist with NOCD, I continue to use ERP not just because it was designed specifically for all OCD subtypes, but because it's proven to work.

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Julie Friedman

Julie Friedman

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist treating people with OCD, I want people to understand and reduce their anxiety caused by intrusive thoughts. I’ll help you get familiar with your anxiety, and to teach you how to work through it. I’ve worked as a health provider for over 20 years and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, because it helps address your physical, mental, and emotional challenges when dealing with OCD.

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Meghan Rawlings

Meghan Rawlings

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m a licensed therapist with specialized training in treating OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the gold standard of treatments. ERP treats all types of intrusive thoughts, including violent and taboo, so that you can overcome OCD.

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Erin Crowley

Erin Crowley

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I want you to have a life with the ability to make the choices you want, but that can be hard to do when you have OCD. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy allows you to do that.I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2014, and I know that learning how to manage OCD takes time, but not as much as you might think. After only a few sessions and a commitment to doing ERP, you may notice feeling significantly better.

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Nancy Othman

Nancy Othman

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I began my career as a licensed therapist with intensive outpatient work before working with Kaiser Permanente. Through patient diagnosis, I would discover OCD and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. I’m impressed by the outcomes that ERP produces and love how NOCD has structured its platform to focus on ERP treatment. I hope that I can bring the results you’re looking for on your way to breaking free from OCD.

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Tania Patrizio

Tania Patrizio

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

I’ve treated OCD, as well as other forms of mental health challenges, for almost 20 years. I’ve used Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy elements in general cases for trauma and PTSD, but now I provide specialized care for those dealing with OCD. I have experience treating all ages and know how ERP can benefit anyone dealing with all OCD subtypes. I’ll be honest. I love ERP because of how well it works. Let’s start treatment and get you better.

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Steven Maurno

Steven Maurno

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a practicing therapist for over 20 years, mostly in correctional facilities working with juveniles and adults. I’ve helped many people overcome adversity, and what I saw in clients with OCD is a lack of access to proper guidance. I want to make a difference in the lives of people with OCD by teaching them the skills they need to create positive change. That opportunity is available through Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the gold standard treatment for OCD.

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Jeffrey Pincin

Jeffrey Pincin

Licensed Therapist, LPCMH

Growing up, I hid my OCD obsessions out of embarrassment, but I’ve learned that with the right treatment, you don’t have to live that way. I’ve been a licensed therapist since 2017, earning a Master’s Degree at Wilmington University. I only use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, because it’s clinically proven to help people recover from OCD. One of my biggest joys is helping others take that first step in ERP that leads to getting their life back.

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Stephaney Cooper

Stephaney Cooper

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) with 10 years of experience working with individuals, couples, children and adolescents. I am a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP) and have experience working in community mental health and outpatient therapy settings. Over the last year, I've had extensive training with OCD. I utilize evidence-based approaches and have been trained in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), which is the most evidenced based treatment for OCD.

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Shanna Lindstrom

Shanna Lindstrom

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m a licensed therapist with specialized training in treating OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the gold standard of treatments. ERP treats all types of intrusive thoughts, including violent and taboo, so that you can overcome OCD.

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April Kilduff

April Kilduff

Licensed Therapist, MA

I've been a licensed OCD therapist since 2009 and have an M.A. in Clinical Counseling from The Chicago School Of Professional Psychology. I have personally dealt with anxiety disorders myself, and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD. I find working with people that have OCD rewarding when I see the changes they make after applying ERP tools into their lives.

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Dan Hannon

Dan Hannon

Licensed Therapist, LCMHC

I’ve been in the mental health field for over 20 years, and now offer treatment as an OCD specialist. Before NOCD, I often saw OCD symptoms in autistic children, and have additional experience with OCD cases in general & private practice. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD because I’ve found ERP to be an incredibly effective form of treatment. Once a good rapport is established, I'm sure you'll be able to see results in a very reasonable amount of time.

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Tracie Howell

Tracie Howell

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I've been a practicing therapist for about 11 years now, and helping others is important to me. I will diagnose you properly and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to get you where you want to go in your life. Building someone's ability to fight OCD on their own makes me feel like I've accomplished something significant. It means teaching not to depend on compulsions and face your fears.

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Shahzad Chaudhry

Shahzad Chaudhry

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I've been treating people with OCD since 2011, using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help people get their life back from OCD. ERP treats all types of intrusive thoughts, including violent and taboo, so that you can overcome OCD. My background helps me as an OCD therapist because in treatment, you'll have to share your intrusive thoughts, and I've heard & seen it all.

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Yesenia Larios

Yesenia Larios

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

It's always been my goal to work with anxiety cases, and over time, I've been dealing more specifically with people who have OCD. I have dealt with my own OCD battle, so I know what your anxiety feels like. I've been using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy for several years now with excellent results. I love how ERP is concrete and transparent and gives you tools that you can practice daily, if necessary.

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Kimberly Weimer

Kimberly Weimer

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m a licensed therapist with specialized training in treating OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the gold standard of treatments. ERP treats all types of intrusive thoughts, including violent and taboo, so that you can overcome OCD.

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George Polke

George Polke

Licensed Therapist, LCPC

My early training in how to treat OCD was led by Dr. Patrick McGrath himself. I’m a firm believer in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because I’ve seen how well it works. You'll be asked to face your fears during our ERP sessions, and will need someone qualified like myself to help you overcome those fears. Participate in ERP therapy with me, learn the tools that will help you manage your OCD, and you’ll soon be on the road to getting the results you want.

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Clare Kain

Clare Kain

Licensed Therapist, LPC

My 7 years experience as a therapist and counselor has brought me in front of many different types of challenges, including OCD. I've treated people at a mental health rehab facility, substance abuse center, residential center for at-risk males, and at my private practice. I'm prepared for anything you want to share. I'll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during our time, and with my background, I know that I can show you how to manage OCD successfully on your own.

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Kara Lash

Kara Lash

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

During my time in private practice as a licensed therapist, a family member and a friend described their OCD struggles to me. Once I discovered how often OCD was being mistreated, and the more I learned from people facing this challenge, the more I wanted to help those in need. Now that I specialize in OCD, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat anyone with this challenging disorder.

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Chris Straface

Chris Straface

Licensed Therapist, MA

I’ve been a licensed therapist since 2011, and now specialize in treating OCD. Beyond my formal education, I have received training in ERP and have helped children, teens, and adults with OCD as well as depression & anxiety. As a therapist, I love helping people overcome their OCD so that they can enjoy a better quality of life. You can accomplish that using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy.

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John Reusser

John Reusser

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

In my youth, I counted each syllable of every word in my head, using my fingers while doing it. I can still recall the daily stress as I tried to fit in while hiding my hands. More recently, my mother was diagnosed with OCD near the end of her life. Everything inside the home had to be perfect, and it made her life challenging. These experiences led me to a path of helping others with OCD. I graduated from the University of Washington to become a social worker, but moved into therapy ten years ago. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to create positive changes in people’s lives.

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Steve Ahern

Steve Ahern

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a practicing therapist for over 15 years, dealing with different anxiety-related disorders. The complicated nature of OCD requires a therapist to be properly trained to provide the right interventions to overcome it. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions, because of its proven effectiveness to treat all OCD subtypes.

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Leela Gershenson

Leela Gershenson

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I've been a licensed therapist for the past 5 years, with 9 full years of therapist experience, and now I specialize in OCD. I know I can help you with Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. Using ERP methods, I can show you how to lose your reliance on compulsions so that you can treat unwanted OCD thoughts like any other thought you have. ERP is proven to work for all themes of OCD.

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Julie Vierling

Julie Vierling

Licensed Therapist, LISW

I deal with anxiety myself and know the physical symptoms that go along with it. But I also know my anxiety is nothing compared to your OCD. I've been treating people with OCD for over 25 years as a licensed therapist, and I can tell you that out of all the available treatments out there, Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy is your best option. It's the only therapy I use to treat OCD.

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Nicole McCutchan

Nicole McCutchan

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

My OCD became problematic over 30 years ago. I was diagnosed incorrectly, and struggled with OCD for a long time. This affected my relationships and work for years until I found treatment that actually helped me get better, which was Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I quit my career in IT to become a specialized OCD therapist. I myself use ERP because I know from firsthand experience that it works.

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Jenna Overbaugh

Jenna Overbaugh

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I've been a licensed therapist since 2014, with many years of experience at an OCD residential unit at Rogers Memorial Hospital where I saw some of the most debilitating cases of OCD. I learned about Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the most effective form of OCD treatment, in college and decided to focus on ERP in both undergrad and grad school. It’s been my intent to help people with OCD get through their challenges, so I’m happy that I’m able to show you how to manage OCD on your own with confidence.

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Kelsey Callahan

Kelsey Callahan

Licensed Therapist, Professional Counselor

I began my career working with people suffering from eating disorders, and I learned how many of them also had OCD. Since then, I've wanted to help people with OCD get back to doing the things they want to do with the people they care about. I've been a therapist since 2015, graduating from Marquette University. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it's proven to work as a treatment for every OCD subtype.

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Kathryn Ciraolo

Kathryn Ciraolo

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I've been a licensed clinical social worker with over 16 years of extensive experience, with much of my career working in a hospital setting where I saw many people with OCD (along with other issues such as trauma, depression, and anxiety). I also have a brother that suffers from OCD, and I’ve seen the impact OCD can have at home. People with OCD can make great progress in treatment when Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) is used. ERP is very focused because it can be tailored for any OCD subtype. I'm motivated to teach you how to manage your OCD so you can reach your highest level of independence.

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Shawntell Phoenix-Martin

Shawntell Phoenix-Martin

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have over 15 years of experience as a licensed therapist. My passion as a therapist lies in helping people with OCD overcome their challenges and reach their full potential. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy allows me to guide you away from the grasp of OCD and closer to reaching more remarkable success in life.

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Heather Brasseur

Heather Brasseur

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for 21 years, treating OCD as well as a wide range of mental illnesses and disorders. Scientifically proven treatment for OCD is now accessible for those in need with Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. Using ERP, I will help you reach your goal of overcoming OCD and finding more joy in your life.

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Ebony Johnson

Ebony Johnson

Licensed Therapist, LPC

The road to becoming a therapist that specializes in OCD happened quite naturally for me. I’ve been a therapist (LPC) for over 10 years, working within an OCD clinical program as well as in-patient cases at a local hospital. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD because it’s the most effective therapy for OCD. I've found it refreshing to see a treatment work and bring happiness to my clients. This level of happiness is what I want for you.

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Tanya Turner

Tanya Turner

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been a therapist since 1994, holding a private practice since 2000. As a person with OCD, I know how torturous it can be to deal with intrusive thoughts and the anxiety that they cause. and how improper treatment does not solve the problem. I eventually did Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, so I know firsthand how powerful and effective it is. ERP is a researched method that brings results, and as a therapist who's held a private practice since 2000, I will use ERP to get you out of the anguish you feel.

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Tracy Mowles

Tracy Mowles

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I've been a licensed professional counselor since 2014, with a background in outpatient counseling. Dealing with families and individuals facing challenges associated with intrusive thoughts and anxiety has led me to NOCD. I can apply my techniques to help you put your OCD troubles behind you. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy has an excellent track record of success for treating OCD, helping NOCD members experience fewer compulsions and obsessions. Let's add you to the chain of NOCD success stories.

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Teda Kokoneshi

Teda Kokoneshi

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

As a therapist that specializes in OCD, I can help you reach your goal of putting your OCD troubles behind you. Before joining NOCD, I spent my career treating severe anxiety and trauma cases, working within community health and hospital environments. I know how debilitating OCD can be, so I'm happy to make Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy available to you in my sessions. ERP is proven to work for all subtypes and is considered the gold standard of OCD treatment.

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Lynda Flatt

Lynda Flatt

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I'm going on 10 years of service to those facing mental health challenges. I helped people with OCD turn their life around while working in the psychiatric field, but with NOCD, I work as an OCD specialist. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) to help those that need treatment for any OCD subtype, and I can teach you how to manage your symptoms so you can put your OCD frustrations behind you.

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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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Danielle Henderson

Danielle Henderson

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I began my career treating mental health patients in local hospitals but eventually fell in love with the OCD specialty clinic. I now enjoy helping people meet their goals and improve their lives as a specialized OCD therapist. I’ll be by your side as you embark through your journey to find better health and freedom from OCD, using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to get you there.

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Cori Brittain

Cori Brittain

Licensed Therapy, LPCC

As a therapist, I am non-judgmental. Our sessions will be very collaborative—we'll start where you are and go from there, depending on what your needs are. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to be outside. My family has a lake house in Michigan that we go to often, and I love to go there with my son and my husband to kayak when we can.

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Brian Rohloff

Brian Rohloff

Licensed Therapist, LCPC

As a therapist that specializes in OCD, I learned the value of structured therapy with concrete goals to reach during treatment. Before joining NOCD, my work in a community mental health clinic put me in front of diverse people and mental health issues. I treated anxiety, depression, and schizophrenia and even became a team leader at the clinic. I enjoy using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat people with OCD because ERP allows me to set those goals customized for your life, based on what you need.

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Kellie Kintz

Kellie Kintz

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I am a LCSW with over 30 years of clinical experience in the South Florida area working with clients diagnosed with OCD, Anxiety and other Mood Disorders, Personality Disorders, Trauma, Crisis, Dual Diagnosis, and Grief & Loss. I have worked in large teaching hospitals, inpatient and residential psychiatric units, IOPs, PHPs, OPs, private practices and hospices. At NOCD, our mission is to restore hope for people with OCD through better awareness and treatment. Our focus as a speciality-provider is on the NOCD 5 Diagnoses: OCD, Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors and Tics, Hoarding, Co-morbid to OCD Anxiety & Related Disorders. I am proficient in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, considered the gold standard treatment for OCD. ERP requires you to face your fears. As your therapist, I know how to guide you so that you can walk through that fear and reach the reward that awaits you.

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Ruthie Brooks

Ruthie Brooks

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have worked in the mental health field for the last 18 years, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I was drawn to NOCD because I saw how many people I can help with proper treatment. Having worked in the mental health industry for quite some time, I often saw OCD misdiagnosed. NOCD allows me to treat people with OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, developed specifically to treat all OCD subtypes. It’s well-researched and proven to work, and I think you’ll be surprised with how much progress you can make in such little time.

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Alissa Anaya

Alissa Anaya

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I've been treating people with OCD for over a decade at inpatient and outpatient facilities. I've also helped crisis patients and those with drug & alcohol addiction overcome their anxiety and trauma. I put my trust in specific techniques & treatments that are based on evidence. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy is not only evidence-based, but is proven to work for all OCD subtypes.

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Alysann Price

Alysann Price

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I began my therapist career at a local hospital treating people for OCD, as well as other challenges such as anxiety and depression. I now offer specialized OCD treatment through NOCD, providing you with the right tools to help you manage OCD on your own. These tools come directly from Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. You can also be sure that during treatment, I will always be by your side.

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Daniel McMillan

Daniel McMillan

Licensed Therapist, LCPC

OCD may have done a number on your self-esteem and self-worth. One of the best things I can do as a therapist is to help you tap into your strengths. You may be dealing with intrusive thoughts, but you have the internal strength to recover. You can approach things in a different way and have a better tomorrow. Outside of work, I'm a geek. I help run a zombie live-action role-playing game in the woods of Wisconsin. It's part of a national game. It's a lot of spooky fun and really reduces stress.

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Sheri Vehar

Sheri Vehar

Licensed Therapist, LPCC-S

I’ve been a licensed counselor for over 25 years, worked as an outpatient and in-home therapist, treated youths with OCD, and even helped new therapists that I supervised with their anxiety issues. I trust practices that are well researched, such as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is considered the gold standard of OCD treatment and allows me to help people with OCD on their way to recovery.

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Meghin Tobin

Meghin Tobin

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

My years of experience working in private practice, a psychiatric hospital, and non-profit organizations has prepared me to become a therapist that specializes in OCD. I can handle any OCD challenge that you're facing thanks to Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the most effective treatment for any OCD subtype. ERP can make a person feel exposed as they face their fears, but I’m here to help you walk through your journey.

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Scott Clark

Scott Clark

Licensed Therapist, LPC

My road to becoming a therapist that specializes in OCD began in 2014. I treated people at a drug & alcohol treatment center who also exhibited symptoms of OCD. As I took on more OCD cases, I looked into Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy and found it much more promising than other methods. I also have a lot of experience treating anxiety for a diverse group of people in need. If it feels like OCD has a hold on you, I can help.

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Nichelle Wiggins

Nichelle Wiggins

Licensed Therapist, LPC

For the past 5 years, I've specialized in OCD and trauma working in a local hospitalization program. I've also treated people at an intensive outpatient facility, and for the past few years, have conducted 1-1 tele-therapy treatment sessions. As an OCD specialist with NOCD, I understand how to guide someone through virtual ERP exercises with great success. ERP stands for Exposure and Response Prevention therapy, and I love how quickly ERP can bring results.

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MaryBeth Overstreet

MaryBeth Overstreet

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I began my career working in school systems with behaviorally-challenged children and then moved into treating adults & families for severe mental health challenges. Treating OCD was always part of my caseload. I've even done face-to-face exposure work with some challenging disorders. My ability to treat any OCD subtype is enhanced by using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). ERP is evidence-based, which means the treatment is supported by both research and positive outcomes.

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Adriana Delgado

Adriana Delgado

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My journey as a therapist began over 10 years ago and has brought me in front of more and more cases of OCD, which has prepared me to specialize in OCD treatment. I have experience working at intensive in-home services for children & families, and intensive outpatient programs, preparing me for any challenge you may be facing. During sessions, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it’s the most effective treatment for OCD, and works for any OCD subtype.

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Stacy Quick

Stacy Quick

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I've been treating people for various mental health challenges, including OCD, for over 10 years. I've mainly been addressing community mental health, highly focused on trauma cases. I'm now expertly trained in treating OCD, using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help people get their life back from OCD. I have a personal experience in which I used ERP tools to help me recover, and I can vouch for its effectiveness.

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Kenneth Hosier

Kenneth Hosier

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been licensed as a counselor since 2000. In addition to working with NCOD, I run a private practice where I work a lot with anxiety cases, trauma, and other disorders. In reflection, I feel like my career has led me to become specialized in OCD treatment. I’ve heard many personal stories and challenges that have trained me to deal with all OCD subtypes. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD because of its proven ability to work.

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Sheena Donley

Sheena Donley

Licensed Therapy, LMHC

In my private practice, I have specialized in treating OCD and anxiety to treat children of various ages. I’ve spent over a decade working with younger age groups through school-based therapy, in-home intensive care for children. I’m happy to help people of any age overcome their OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I can work with anyone ages 6 and up get their life back from OCD.

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Brianna Calderón

Brianna Calderón

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My time as a mental health counselor has allowed me to treat people with severe mental health issues, including OCD symptoms. I enjoy helping people overcome their challenges, and now that I specialize in OCD therapy, I can help you in one-on-one treatment. The method I will use during our time is called Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is proven to work, and I can't wait to work with you using this remarkable therapy.

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Helene Titelbaum

Helene Titelbaum

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

For over 17 years, I've worked across multiple care levels, treating many people with OCD while working in primary care. I also have experience working with children and families in community health care programs, where I learned the value of collaboration during treatment. During our sessions, I'll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, as many people I've treated have seen immediate positive responses using ERP tools.

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Shauna Pichette

Shauna Pichette

Licensed Therapist, LPC

My career as a licensed counselor and therapist has allowed me to help people of all ages. I began helping people as an in-home clinician in Mississippi before moving to Wisconsin. I worked at a residential facility for kids with OCD and now provide specialized OCD treatment with NOCD. During our sessions, we'll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I've seen how ERP can transform a person and help get their life back. I can treat any OCD subtype using ERP, so whatever you're struggling with, I can help.

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Erin Vincze

Erin Vincze

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been treating people for a wide range of mental health challenges for over a decade, and now I specialize in helping people with OCD. As my career progressed, I began to specialize in anxiety disorders and saw more people with OCD while working outpatient and virtual cases. I’ve come to use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because of how wonderfully effective it is. Virtual teletherapy allows people with OCD to be in their natural environment, such as their home, which means they can feel a little more comfortable while learning ERP techniques.

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Neil Edwards

Neil Edwards

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My experience as a therapist has led me to becoming specialized in OCD. Before NOCD, I worked recently in a community treatment program where I treated patients with severe mental illness and anxiety disorders, trauma care, and more. My work has prepared me for treating any OCD subtype using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I find research methods to be the most valuable, and ERP is not only well-researched, but proven to treat OCD effectively.

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Carly Samach

Carly Samach

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been working in the mental health field for over 7 years, with experience treating OCD within crisis and anxiety management. My experience as a crisis clinician allowed me to treat adolescents and children, while spending additional time updating and educating their parents. Regardless of age, OCD makes living with joy a challenge, which makes Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy so crucial in OCD care. ERP gets right to the problem, and once you've learned how to manage OCD, the joy of life can fully return.

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Mary Kay Rose

Mary Kay Rose

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have over 15 years of practice in treating mental health, and now I specialize in OCD. I've worked in a community agency and mental health facilities where I've treated children as young as 3 and adults up to 90 years old. Most of my cases focused on trauma and substance abuse, in addition to OCD, and have taught me how to treat even the most troubling of mental health challenges. During our sessions, I'll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat you. ERP is proven to be effective against all OCD subtypes, so whatever challenge you're facing, I can help.

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Monique Williamson

Monique Williamson

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I've been a licensed therapist for over 8 years. During my career, I have treated many people for alcohol addiction and other challenges such as OCD. In alcohol addiction, people struggle with intrusive thoughts brought on by past events and worries. OCD has its similarities to the addiction world, which has prepared me to become a therapist specializing in OCD. During sessions, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it’s proven to work for any OCD subtype.

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Kim Nelson-Blackburn

Kim Nelson-Blackburn

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I have over 25 years of experience helping people overcome their challenges. I now specialize as an OCD therapist, handling any OCD subtype using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I've also worked with college students at Purdue University that faced stress and anxiety disorders, kids in foster care under severe trauma, and even worked outpatient treating many types of cases, including Alzheimer's patients. ERP is evidence-based and proven to work. I know it can work for you, too.

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Jonathon Du Ross

Jonathon Du Ross

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I've spent the past several years treating OCD, as well as helping people with complex trauma, autism, and more. After spending time in private practice and a community mental health facility, I now specialize in OCD treatment. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because ERP has been proven to treat any OCD subtype.

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Jennifer Dalimonte

Jennifer Dalimonte

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been a therapist for over a decade, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I’ve worked in outpatient clinics, treatment centers, and community-based programs. I’ve handled mood disorders, complex trauma, and OCD cases, even working with children and their families to overcome mental health challenges. I appreciate the Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy we’ll use during sessions because the treatment is evidence and research-based. I’ve seen people respond well to ERP, and I hope I’ll be able to help you using ERP.

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Nicholas Farrell

Nicholas Farrell

Licensed Therapist, Ph. D.

For over 15 years, I’ve been offering evidence-based care to people struggling with OCD. I have received specialized OCD training through various clinical training institutions. My experience extends beyond the treatment of OCD, having helped those with obsessive-compulsive spectrum conditions and other anxiety-related problems find a better place in life. Together, we’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions to help you get your life back.

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Robyn Pavlick

Robyn Pavlick

Licensed Therapist, LPC

Having been licensed since 2013, I’ve worked with people facing severe mental health challenges such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and more. I’ve also spent time treating women at an inpatient substance abuse facility, seeing clients that exhibited OCD symptoms. As an OCD specialist, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, something I have experience using before arriving at NOCD. ERP is effective and proven to work for treating any OCD subtype.

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Camille Rodriguez

Camille Rodriguez

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

Before arriving at NOCD, I spent most of my time in outpatient clinics treating OCD, as well as anxiety and depression. My experience has prepared me to specialize in OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, proven to treat any OCD subtype. OCD is often misdiagnosed as mere anxiety, so it's essential to see an OCD specialist that can offer a better quality of life through ERP exercises.

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David Dunn

David Dunn

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I approach therapy with genuineness, honesty, and openness. OCD is unique to each individual, so as a therapist I'll take time to hear your story and understand where you're coming from. Outside of work, my wife and I just moved from L.A. to Arizona, where we bought a fixer-upper. I've learned to be a plumber, electrician, floor tiler, and handyman, all pretty much overnight.

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Stephanie Fidgeon

Stephanie Fidgeon

Licensed Therapist, LISW

I've held a private practice for over 15 years, treating cases of anxiety and depression and seeing OCD come up as an underlying symptom. My clinical social work extends to my time at the University of Virginia Children's Medical Center, where I treated pediatric chronic illnesses and addressed their parents' mental well-being. I now specialize in OCD and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. Whatever subtype you're experiencing, I can help.

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Erica Callicoatte Villanueva

Erica Callicoatte Villanueva

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I'm going on 6 years as a licensed therapist, and now specialize in treating OCD. I've built my experience doing outpatient work, treating adults facing substance abuse and opioid addiction. My past experiences have taught me how to handle any type of challenge, and now that I specialize in OCD treatment, I can use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat any OCD subtype.

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Ashley Ward

Ashley Ward

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I have over 7 years of experience in the mental health space, treating people for OCD, anxiety, PTSD, and depression. I have a strong background in exposure work, commonly known as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP empowers you as you work in sessions so that you can learn how to sit with your fears and not rely on compulsions to address anxiety. It's the most effective form of treatment for OCD.

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Barbara Zelop

Barbara Zelop

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have over 10 years of experience working with courageous people, treating the severely mentally ill within hospitals and inpatient care. I've treated adults and teens for OCD, as well as trauma, PTSD, and bipolar disorders. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it's proven to work. Having used exposure techniques before arriving at NOCD, I can attest to its incredible effectiveness in helping people with OCD get better.

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Danielle McDowell

Danielle McDowell

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been treating people for over 16 years, and now specialize in OCD. My background includes over 8 years of private practice that put me in front of OCD cases, as well as depression, trauma, and PTSD. During our time, I’ll use a therapy called ERP (known as Exposure and Response Prevention) which I’ve been skilled in for quite some time. I researched and learned exposure therapy after my very first OCD patient years ago and I can attest to its incredible effectiveness.

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Dr. Sara Conley

Dr. Sara Conley

Licensed Therapist, Ph.D.

I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who specializes in the treatment of OCD. I have over 11 years of experience working with OCD both in research and clinical settings, with my clinical experiences spanning from residential facilities to outpatient clinics. As your therapist I’ll guide you through the therapy process and empower you through Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). If you’re willing to jump into ERP therapy with both feet, trust the process and yourself, you can achieve success in overcoming OCD.

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Victoria Gottfried

Victoria Gottfried

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I specialize in OCD treatment, with over 11 years of experience as a therapist. I also have an extensive background in substance abuse, trauma, and other anxiety disorders. During our sessions, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to teach you how to manage your OCD outside of treatment. I find great joy in seeing people improve during ERP treatment, which can be done within a matter of weeks.

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Lisa Perry

Lisa Perry

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been in the mental health space for over 20 years, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I have a wide range of experience, including my private practice, and have treated people for anxiety, depression, ADHD, trauma, and much more. I put my trust in well-researched methods, which is why I enjoy Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. Not only is ERP backed by research, but it’s been proven as an incredibly effective treatment for people dealing with OCD.

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Bill Mills

Bill Mills

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been a mental health therapist and an addiction counselor for over 10 years, treating OCD as both the main symptom and as an underlying symptom of such issues as anxiety and depression. I have worked in a variety of environments, including inpatient and outpatient chemical dependency units. Additionally, I currently work in private practice as a mental health therapist seeing both individuals and families. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to provide OCD treatment through live video sessions. ERP is incredibly effective in treating OCD, so I hope you will take the courageous step to get all of the benefits of this helpful therapy.

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Kimberly Ricci

Kimberly Ricci

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I specialize in OCD as a licensed therapist. My experience with OCD has developed while working in partial hospitalization and therapeutic school settings. I would treat OCD when exhibited in combination with other mental health challenges such as depression, suicidal ideation, and mood disorders. I would use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help people minimize their fears while working to decrease the severity of their symptoms. With NOCD, I’ll use ERP to help you overcome your OCD.

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Lauren Lake

Lauren Lake

Licensed Therapist, LCPC

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist and counselor for over 8 years and now specialize in treating OCD. I also specialize in trauma care and have helped many people with their trauma-related disorders. For people with OCD, I use an evidence-based treatment called Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP allows me to address your particular OCD challenges, giving you truly personalized treatment.

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Deanne Johnson

Deanne Johnson

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been in the mental health space since 2009, and specialize in treating OCD. Before coming on board to NOCD, I primarily did in-home counseling and on-campus treatment where I worked with many disorders and mental health challenges such as OCD and ADHD trauma. During our time, I’ll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I enjoy how ERP works on reducing negative behaviors while building up your confidence. Many members see results with ERP, I hope you do as well.

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Celeste Soto

Celeste Soto

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

My path to becoming a therapist that specializes in OCD has developed over the past several years treating a wide variety of mental health challenges. I’ve helped people with OCD as well as depression, anxiety, trauma, and eating disorders find a better life with effective treatment. To get your life back from OCD, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is proven to be the most effective treatment for OCD, and for many, results can arrive quickly.

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Anika Carrasco-Trujillo

Anika Carrasco-Trujillo

Licensed Therapist, LISW

I started treating people for OCD, as well as other mental health challenges such as depression, in 2004. Now, I specialize in OCD and use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat any OCD subtype. As much as I’ve learned as a licensed therapist, seeing family and friends deal with OCD has made my work more personal. ERP allows me to treat any subtype while tailoring treatment to your specific needs.

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Mixi Lopez-Corbin

Mixi Lopez-Corbin

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2014, and I now specialize in treating OCD. I have a mixed background of working in a hospital outpatient environment as well as working at a local school, where I also treated cases of ADHD, trauma, anxiety, and depression. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy when treating OCD because it’s a goal-oriented approach that’s proven to treat all OCD subtypes.

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Nichole Seabolt

Nichole Seabolt

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve worked for over 18 years helping people get their lives back, and now with NOCD, I specialize in the treatment of OCD. I have developed my skills through private practice and doing inpatient care at a local hospital. I’ve helped people deal with their anxiety, trauma, depression, and other mental health challenges. During our time, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to get you to a better place. ERP is the gold standard of OCD care and is backed by evidence.

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Jennifer Shafi

Jennifer Shafi

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 11 years and have specialized in treating OCD for several years. My primary work before joining NOCD was with Rogers Behavioral Health, where I helped adolescents overcome their OCD challenges. During our sessions, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help get your life back. ERP is a highly effective form of OCD treatment but it does take work and commitment to see great results.

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Katie Belmore

Katie Belmore

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been in the mental health field for several years and now specialize in OCD. My road to becoming an OCD specialist has been paved by treating people in a community mental health care facility, working with children and families, and helping kids aged out of foster care. To treat your OCD in the most effective way possible, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions. ERP can be tough to go through, but I think you’ll find it incredibly useful in overcoming your OCD.

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Kelly Volk

Kelly Volk

Licensed Therapist, LCSW-R

For over 10 years, I’ve held a private practice, worked in an outpatient facility, and also counseled for several years working with both adults and children. Now, I specialize in treating OCD. I’m also a trauma specialist and have helped people with anxiety, mood disorders, and ADHD. The best approach to treating OCD is Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I love to see the immediate and positive changes people make when using ERP. I hope you get to experience the same thing.

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Sonya Reed

Sonya Reed

Licensed therapist, LCSW

I’ve been working in the mental health space for almost 10 years, and now I specialize in treating OCD. In addition to treating OCD at hospitals and within local communities, I’ve also worked on cases dealing with anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, and other disorders. When you meet with me, I’ll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to get you prepared for post-treatment life by showing you how to manage your OCD.

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Terra Yott

Terra Yott

Master of Social Work (MSW), Registered Social Worker (RSW)

I’ve been working in the mental health field for about 10 years, more recently as a clinical social worker, and now I'm trained to treat OCD out of Ontario and Nova Scotia, Canada. I also have extensive experience treating people with ADHD, bipolar disorder, addiction, trauma, and anxieties and relationship struggles. To treat your OCD, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during our sessions. Over the years, I have used exposure techniques to help overcome their mental health challenges. I can attest to how well ERP works and how it shows people how to manage their OCD.

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Robert Williamson

Robert Williamson

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve worked as a counselor and therapist for over 5 years, and now I specialize in treating OCD. Before coming on board at NOCD, I helped people with OCD get their lives back. I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat your OCD. ERP is considered the gold standard of OCD treatment for a reason - it’s proven to be effective in treating any subtype.

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Paige Geraghty

Paige Geraghty

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m going on 10 years as a licensed therapist and clinical social worker, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I’ve gained my experience working in an outpatient mental health clinic while also managing outpatient family therapy. The tools that I’ll use come from Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is a structured and effective treatment that allows you to see your progress clearly and quickly. It’ll take some work on your end to make gains but with my guidance, I know you can do it.

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Aswini Mathew

Aswini Mathew

Master of Social Work, MSW

I have 7 total years treating people for anxiety, depression, and trauma. Now with specialized training from NOCD, I can treat your OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I have 2 years under my belt as a licensed social worker in Canada as a social worker, with additional 5 years of experience in India. I use a client-centered approach that treats you and not your OCD symptoms, using effective tools through ERP therapy.

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Ross Zellner

Ross Zellner

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

With over 10 years of experience treating OCD as well as depression, anxiety, and depression, I now offer specialized OCD treatment at NOCD. I have gained my experience working in mental health centers & agencies, as well as private practice. I’ve also used Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy for almost my entire career, using ERP to help people overcome anxiety disorders. During our time, I’ll use ERP to show you how to manage your OCD safely and confidently once you’ve completed treatment.

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Hanna Zavrazhyna

Hanna Zavrazhyna

Master of Social Work (MSW), Registered Social Worker (RSW)

For the past 5 years, I’ve treated many different types of disorders and mental health challenges. I’ve now received specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy and can effectively treat your OCD. I’ve learned a lot helping people overcome depression, anxiety, and trauma while also treating drug abuse and debilitating disorders. ERP is quite effective when done through teletherapy, which you’ll be able to do safely from home or wherever makes you feel most comfortable.

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Susanne Haase

Susanne Haase

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I completed over 2 years of intensive OCD training at Rogers Behavioral Health, and have received additional training from top clinicians at NOCD. I now specialize in OCD treatment and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. I worked in general outpatient therapy and hold a private practice, and have experience treating anxiety, depression, trauma, and other disorders. ERP therapy can be stressful, but facing your fears is key to learning how to self-manage your OCD.

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Jackie Galvez

Jackie Galvez

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been helping people overcome their mental health challenges for over 10 years, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I have gained my experience working in ER, inpatient medical facilities, and treating inmates & those in correctional facilities. During our time, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help you get your life back. With additional experience treating major depression, anxiety, PTSD, and more, I can handle whatever subtype or subtypes you’re experiencing.

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Hayley Clausing

Hayley Clausing

Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)

I am trained in OCD treatment and now provide Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help treat any OCD subtype. For the past 7 years, I’ve mainly been working with children, teens, and families treating anxiety, depression, relationship challenges, and more. In addition to my private practice, I’ve done non-profit clinical counseling and have counseled vulnerable populations. I love what I do, and with ERP, I know we can work together to bring joy back into your life.

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Natasha Moharter

Natasha Moharter

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I have specialized training in OCD treatment, with licensed experience since 2015 in treating people with anxiety, depression, and trauma. I’ve been offering crisis management since 2011, and have worked in clinical mental health and outpatient facilities. My ability to offer Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy means I can effectively treat any OCD subtype. I offer support to anyone 18 years old and up, with a background providing care to those in the LGBTQ community.

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Angela Jones

Angela Jones

Master of Social Work (MSW), Registered Social Worker

I’ve been helping people overcome mental health challenges since 2015, and now I’ve received specialized OCD training at NOCD. My specialized experience also includes treating people for addictions, depression, and trauma. I’m here to empower you to change the way you think because your time is valuable and I want you to fill that time in a healthy way. I can get you there using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. My goal is to train you to be your own therapist by using effective ERP tools.

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Shawna Ecklind

Shawna Ecklind

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’m specialized in treating OCD with training from leading clinicians at NOCD. My experience ranges from treating depression, anxiety, and complex trauma in a variety of environments. I’m a huge fan of evidence-based treatments, such as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is extensively researched and shown to be incredibly effective for OCD treatment. Having worked in the foster care system, I can treat adults as well as ages 14 years old and up.

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Judith Steverson

Judith Steverson

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I’ve been a therapist for the past 5 years, and after being trained by top OCD clinicians at NOCD, I now specialize in treating OCD. I have additional experience treating people for trauma, anxiety, and depression. gaining my experience by working for the department of social services, the SAVED Foundation, and providing online teletherapy. When we work together in sessions, I’ll show you how Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy can help you overcome your obsessions.

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Tanya White

Tanya White

Master of Social Work (MSW), Registered Social Worker (RSW)

With 18 years of experience working with the palliative, veteran, and neurodiverse populations, I’ve now received specialized training to help people of any age overcome their OCD. My experience extends to treating anxiety disorders, trauma, and grief. To treat your OCD, I will use Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) Therapy. ERP has been well researched and highly effective, which is why it is considered the gold standard for treating OCD. Using ERP, we are able to measure your progress together and celebrate each success as you learn to manage your OCD and improve the quality of your life.

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Ashley Fargnoli

Ashley Fargnoli

Licensed Therapist, LCPC

I’ve been treating OCD, anxiety, and depression for the past 9 years while specializing in helping people deal with trauma. Most of my experience has been gained working at community mental health centers (working with immigrants of all ages), while also running a private practice. To treat your OCD, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy which has great evidence behind it that shows how effective ERP can be for those dealing with any OCD subtype.

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Lourdes De Las Heras Kuhn

Lourdes De Las Heras Kuhn

Master of Social Work (MSW), Registered Social Worker (RSW)

I’ve been a licensed therapist working in inpatient and outpatient settings in the United States for over 10 years. I have experience treating various mental health issues including any theme of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, we will work together to get you to manage your OCD with confidence.

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Suraiya Choudhury

Suraiya Choudhury

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been a therapist for about 6 years, working as a psychotherapist treating OCD as well as anxiety, depression, trauma, and more. I'll use techniques from Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to show you how to not rely on compulsions to relieve your anxiety. You’ll be asked to come face to face with your obsessions so you can learn how to overcome your OCD. This will be challenging, but with my guidance, I can show you how to do it while building your confidence along the way.

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Paulette Chavers

Paulette Chavers

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed counselor for over 15 years, treating adults and juveniles for OCD in the prison system. I have also gained experience at group homes, in private practice, and as a therapist at Georgia Southern University. With additional training from top clinicians, I now specialize in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy - considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. ERP has a history of high improvement rates, so if you feel like you’re losing hope in your battle against OCD, I can help you.

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Lindsay Prizer

Lindsay Prizer

Licensed Therapist, Ph.D.

I’ve been working as a licensed therapist for over 10 years, and with training from top clinicians at NOCD, I now specialize in treating OCD. I’ve been working mostly in academic and medical settings in addition to holding a private practice, helping young and older adults overcome their anxiety and mood disorders. During our sessions, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to teach you how to manage your OCD on your own with confidence.

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Gwen Blake

Gwen Blake

Licensed Therapist, Ed.S.

I am a relational counselor. To me, rapport is the most important thing. I seek out connection and a good therapeutic relationship: this ERP is yours. It is not mine. Let's come up with ideas together, discuss and collaborate. Outside of work, I'm the mom of a teenager, and I love to do art journaling, needle felting, and outdoor activities like kayaking.

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Jeremy Bryant

Jeremy Bryant

Licensed Therapist, LCMHC

I have 10 years of experience as a licensed therapist, treating OCD as well as other mental health challenges such as anxiety and depressive disorders. I’ve also spent a lot of time helping teens and emerging adults when they find themselves in need of care. To treat OCD, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to tailor sessions specifically towards the subtype or subtypes that you’re dealing with. I think you’ll find ERP challenging but eventually rewarding for a lifetime.

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Elizabeth Keating

Elizabeth Keating

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I have over 15 years of licensed experience, specializing in OCD treatment with NOCD with a background in treating body-focused repetitive behavior. I’ve helped people overcome their anxiety and depression, with additional experience in crisis & trauma work, and have guided people dealing with ADHD, eating disorders, and so much more. To treat your OCD, I will use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. One of my favorite things about ERP is how effective it is, and how quickly people can reduce the behaviors that lead to their anxiety.

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Carnice McFarland

Carnice McFarland

Licensed Therapist, PsyD.

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 6 years, and have recently trained with NOCD clinicians to specialize in OCD treatment. I’ve worked at university counseling centers, taking a wide range of cases dealing with anxiety, depression, trauma, and other health challenges. During our time, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help you lose your dependency on the never-ending cycle of compulsions.

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Amanda Contento

Amanda Contento

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been practicing as a therapist for over 5 years. With NOCD, I specialize in treating OCD after receiving training for top OCD clinicians. I have worked in a substance abuse inpatient program, and have run my private practice where I’ve helped people in my community over mental health challenges. During sessions, I’ll guide you through Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy as you’re exposed to your fears and anxiety so you can feel better.

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Cristina Chavez

Cristina Chavez

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been practicing therapy for over 5 years, and as a firm believer in evidence-based approaches during sessions, I offer Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD. ERP is backed by evidence, and is proven to treat any OCD subtype. I have a background in working at a cancer support community facility and with the Children’s Bureau, an agency that brings mental health care to children. I’ve handled OCD cases, depression, anxiety, body image issues, grief, and loss. I know I can help you overcome your OCD.

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Mayra Nieto

Mayra Nieto

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist since 2013, and with extensive training from NCOD, I now specialize in treating every OCD subtype. During sessions, I will use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to build your confidence so you can perform exercises when OCD strikes. But first, I’ll show you how to overcome your fears and obsessions. ERP has a proven record of success and can help you get your life back.

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Meghan McDonell

Meghan McDonell

Licensed Therapy, LCSW

I’ve been providing therapy since 2018 and now I work as a licensed therapist that specializes in treating OCD. My experience comes from providing domestic violence counseling, community mental health support, and working within partial hospitalization programs (PHP) & intensive outpatient facilities (IOP). After receiving training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy from top clinicians at NOCD, I can show you how to manage your OCD regardless of subtype.

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Vic Chaperon

Vic Chaperon

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I have over 20 years of experience practicing psychotherapy, running my private practice for over 15 years specializing in OCD. I’ve also gained experience working in hospitals and clinics where I treated anxiety, depression, relationship & family dynamics, and more. The most effective approach to treat OCD is known as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is backed by research and is incredibly effective in showing you how to manage your OCD with confidence.

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Jamie Fall

Jamie Fall

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I want to know about your personality, and I want you to get to know me. I am non-judgmental, and I understand that you may be really suffering. I will never forget that.

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Whitney Peters

Whitney Peters

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 7 years with more than 10 years of experience in the mental health field. My specialization in OCD treatment comes with training from top clinicians, but I also have an extensive background in treating anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma. Having seen so many cases has allowed me to develop a holistic approach to treatment. I want to get a whole clinical picture of who you are and what you’re going through. That way, I can apply Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy techniques to treat your unique OCD experiences.

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Melanie Dideriksen

Melanie Dideriksen

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for almost 9 years, treating people for OCD as well as other mental health challenges. Having spent time with top clinicians at NOCD, I provide Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to those battling any subtype of OCD. ERP is the gold standard of OCD treatment and is not only backed by evidence but gives you a realistic chance to see progress within a short period of time. I’ve dealt with OCD myself, so I know what it’s like to break away and recover from OCD obsessions and compulsions.

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Georgiana Coffman

Georgiana Coffman

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 8 years, and specialize in the treatment of OCD. I built my career doing clinical work, treating veterans for PTSD, and helping families deal with unique challenges. Now I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help anyone with OCD deal with their symptoms. ERP goes right after the problems you’re facing and shows you how to remove your dependency on compulsions so you can live freely with less anxiety and more joy.

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Michelle Meadows

Michelle Meadows

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 10 years, with more than 8 years of experience working in outpatient cases in community health. I specialize in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat your OCD effectively, with a background in helping people deal with severe mental illnesses. My favorite part of ERP is that it’s a straightforward approach to addressing the problem, allowing us to create ERP exercises and solutions designed around you and what you’re going through.

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Raelee Eicke

Raelee Eicke

Licensed Therapist, Psy. D

I’ve been in the mental health space since 2007 and a licensed therapist for almost 10 years. I’ve treated OCD in multiple group practice facilities, and also specialize in trauma, anxiety, and depression treatment. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD not just because it's backed by research, but it allows me to tailor treatment to your personal needs. With my experience in exposure therapy, I can help you reach your goal of recovery throughout our sessions.

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Yvonne Arias

Yvonne Arias

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been working for the past 23 years with valuable experience obtained at the Rogers Behavioral Health Clinic where I treated people for OCD, trauma, anxiety, and depression. I’ve also worked in community mental health centers helping people with a wide variety of challenging disorders. I specialize in treating OCD, using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help you get your life back. ERP exercises can be challenging but ultimately empower you to live your best life.

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Tiffany Merritt

Tiffany Merritt

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

For over 10 years, I’ve worked as a licensed therapist helping people overcome severe cases of OCD and substance abuse. My experience has been gained working within an inpatient psych facility and chemical dependency centers along with my own private practice. Being an OCD specialist means that I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. ERP can be challenging, but by balancing compassion and a little push, ERP can do tremendous things for you.

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Jessica Meyers

Jessica Meyers

Licensed Therapist, MS

I’ve been working as a licensed therapist for over 7 years, with about 10 total years providing service to those with mental health challenges. I’ve trained in specialized OCD treatment with NOCD, and now provide Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to those dealing with OCD obsessions and compulsions. ERP goes to the heart of the problem, attacking it head on. The exercises can be challenging, but I’m here as your guide through those challenges so you can live life to the fullest.

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Stella Kim

Stella Kim

Licensed Therapist, Phd

I grew up in a chaotic, dysfunctional family of five kids, which sparked my interest in psychology. I became fascinated by OCD treatment during grad school a decade ago, because it really does work. I look forward to empowering you with tools that will allow you to become your own therapist.

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Patricia Sinclair

Patricia Sinclair

Licensed Therapist, LISW-S

I specialize in OCD treatment using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, with over 25 years of experience as a licensed therapist. In addition to helping people overcome their OCD, I’ve done extensive trauma work and crisis support along with treating depression, trichotillomania (hair-pulling), anxiety, and much more. When it comes to treating OCD symptoms, ERP is a game changer. I’ve seen many people get their life back using exposure exercises. My goal is to help you achieve the same thing.

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Rosa Pacheco Uscanga

Rosa Pacheco Uscanga

Licensed Therapist, LPC

For the past 3 years, I’ve been working at a partial hospitalization facility where I treated OCD as well as trauma, anxiety, depression, and more. I also have a background in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. I put my trust in ERP therapy because it’s evidence-based with lots of data and research behind it, but I’ve also seen ERP work for many people during sessions. I think you’ll find the results that you're looking for.

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Leslie Wright

Leslie Wright

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist since 2018 and have been in the counseling field for over 10 years. Over the years, I’ve treated OCD as well as depression, anxiety, and many different types of disorders. My experience allows me to confidently treat any OCD subtype using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP helps people to live a healthy and balanced life without living in constant fear of what might happen next. It’s well-researched and proven to work.

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Emma Beneke

Emma Beneke

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I like getting to know people and I value support and connection. I have a lot of experience working with people with anxiety and can relate to those feelings. Outside of work, I love spending time outdoors with my family. I like the quote, 'Nothing in nature is rushed, and yet everything occurs when it should.'

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Paria Maghsoudi

Paria Maghsoudi

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a licensed therapist for over 3 years, I now specialize in helping people overcome OCD. My experience has been mostly gained working within intensive outpatient facilities and partial hospitalization programs designed for people battling mental health issues. My go-to therapy for treating OCD is called Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). ERP is a solution-based approach focused on showing you how to accept your intrusive thoughts rather than rely on compulsion to address your anxiety.

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Heidi Vanderhei

Heidi Vanderhei

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been working in mental health for over 20 years, working the last few years as a licensed therapist in the state of Florida. Most of my time has been treating people of all ages battling OCD in a residential treatment center. I also have treated many disorders including sudden twitches or “ticks”, skin picking, PTSD, and more. OCD warrants a treatment backed by research and evidence. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy checks all of those boxes, and provides short and long term progress you can see.

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Tamara Fagan

Tamara Fagan

Licensed Therapist, LISW-CP

I have anxiety, so I know what that feels like. I've learned skills to cope with it, and now I can talk about it. We all have our issues, and we're all together in this.

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Andre Carrington

Andre Carrington

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been a licensed therapist for 6 years, and with training from top clinicians at NOCD, I now treat OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I’ve gained my experience as a therapist working at facilities specializing in substance use disorders where I also treated anxiety, depression, trauma, ADHD, and family dysfunction. ERP is incredibly effective at treating OCD, and results can be seen within a few sessions.

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Michelle Soares

Michelle Soares

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I’ve worked in the mental health field for 8 years, treating people in a residential environment with some partial hospitalization work. I specialize in OCD, with a background in bipolar disorders and schizophrenia. I have years of experience using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. OCD likes to make us think that intrusive thoughts will last forever, but once you learn to trust the ERP process, you’ll see noticeable results.

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Danielle Sheppard

Danielle Sheppard

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

From a really young age, I'd always been really curious about people and relationships. If one of my parents or grandparents was here and you asked them that question, they would say, "Oh, we knew Danielle was going to be into therapy way before she ever did."

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Sara  Anderson

Sara Anderson

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 3 years, and specialize in the treatment of OCD. Most of my experience has been gained working at a community health center where I treated anxiety, trauma, and depression, with additional work in private practice. By using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy techniques, we’ll work together to meet your goals. ERP can be challenging, but with me as your guide, I think you’ll find this proven technique to be incredibly effective.

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Milka Lara-Rincon

Milka Lara-Rincon

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’m going on 2 years as a licensed therapist, working closely with people battling OCD within an inpatient facility and outpatient clinic. I’ve treated many different types of cases beyond OCD, including depression, trauma, and substance abuse. I’m big on educating members about their OCD and what Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) means for their recovery. ERP is evidence-based, proven to work, and allows you to see tangible results as you go from session to session.

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Robyn Tamanaha

Robyn Tamanaha

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I'm compassionate and solution-focused. We will talk about your experiences and where your OCD comes from, but I focus on moving forward. We're not just going to sit and talk about it. We're going to do something about it.

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Courtney Holbrook

Courtney Holbrook

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I understand what you’re going through, because I have struggled with OCD myself. Outside of work, I enjoy true-crime books and podcasts, and I love being in nature. I once hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon and back up in one day. That's about 10 hours. I didn't think I'd make it, but I did. It was a great experience—but next time I'll spend the night before hiking back up.

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Francisco Quinonez

Francisco Quinonez

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I take a very humanistic approach. This is an alliance, and we're in this together. I like to include humor and creativity in sessions when possible. I'm also a musician, and I've incorporated music when counseling other musicians. I treat everyone with a focus on their individual situation and needs. That enables me to provide the best therapy services I can.

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Jithin Vijayan

Jithin Vijayan

Licensed Therapist, MA

As a therapist, I am able to play into my strengths. I'm really able to connect with people, help them identify their thought patterns, and confront their challenges.

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Kai McBride

Kai McBride

Licensed Therapist, MA

I'm a good listener and enjoy hearing people's stories, and I like to make sense of things. I've worked with a variety of people, from many different cultures, in urban and rural settings.

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Justin Trout

Justin Trout

Licensed Therapist, LPC

Starting when I was young, through some personal experiences, I have felt called to help people. I love seeing people overcome hills and valleys and by the end of therapy be able to say, "I feel better."

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Ariel  Melotik

Ariel Melotik

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I really enjoy working individually with people, helping them meet their goals and creating a safe space. I would describe my treatment style as collaborative: I want to work together with you to make your treatment plan.

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Alfredo Ramos

Alfredo Ramos

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

Being a therapist is a calling for me – a way to help others the same way I have been helped through therapy. I will treat you with empathy, encouragement, and accountability.

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Eri Cela

Eri Cela

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I want to help make people's lives more meaningful and purposeful. I want to understand your challenges, and work with you on how to manage them.

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Clint Ross

Clint Ross

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I was diagnosed at a young age with a panic disorder, and my first job in college was working at a substance abuse treatment center, so I learned that I was skilled at working with people in distress. Being a therapist is my way of helping others.

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Agnes Carbrey

Agnes Carbrey

Licensed Therapist, MA

I have seen that mental health has been the most important issue in all of my personal relationships, and I have a passion for alleviating other people's suffering. When I discovered the tools of therapy myself, I wanted to share them.

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Kimberly Taylor

Kimberly Taylor

Licensed Therapist, MA

I love meeting different types of people, helping them at a time when they most need it, and seeing them progress. For most of my working years, I was a Spanish teacher and guidance counselor. But my greatest role by far is being a mom to a teenage daughter.

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Melissa Pickett

Melissa Pickett

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

I saw a close family member struggle with severe mental illness, and it made me want to be a part of people’s journey toward wellness and healing. I believe in a holistic approach to health. Outside of work, I'm a runner and love to do yoga; I've been practicing for more than five years.

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Valencia Thomas

Valencia Thomas

Licensed Therapist, MA

I come from a large family, and I’ve seen the stigma around mental illness. Caring for your mental health is just as important as going to the doctor to care for your high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart health. It's just the same.

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Serena  Bednarczyk

Serena Bednarczyk

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I've had personal struggles with anxiety and depression, and I grew up in a family that struggled with mental health issues. I got into therapy because I realized it could make other people feel seen and heard and help them deal with their issues.

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Michael Anderson

Michael Anderson

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I've always had an interest in the ways people think and the ways we behave—the connections between how we think, how we react, and our emotions. I specialize in OCD because of the need I see in the people I treat.

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Amy Adams

Amy Adams

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I provide a compassionate, safe space where you can share your story honestly. I love watching people achieve goals they've set, and I feel honored to be invited into that process. Outside of work, I'm a prolific plant mom. I own many plants and I love taking care of them. I don't have favorites, but I can keep a fiddle leaf fig alive and thriving. If you know, you know!

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Sarah Tippit

Sarah Tippit

Licensed Therapist, MA

I love working with people, hearing their stories, and then really helping them. Some people very close to me have suffered from OCD. I know how they can feel stigmatized—even by their families who don't understand.

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Kukui

Kukui

Licensed Therapist, MA

Growing up, I saw a lot of poverty, a lot of challenges, and a lot of family issues. I saw how many different things can affect a person and their ability to thrive. All of these things made me want to become a therapist.

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Tiffany Flores

Tiffany Flores

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I take a very warm approach. I like to use humor when necessary. But I can also be direct. I can guide you to where we need to be. Outside of work, I absolutely love animals. I have a golden retriever and a chinchilla. In my last job, I even worked with horses while learning about equine therapy.

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Danielle Cohen

Danielle Cohen

Licensed Therapist, MS

I've probably had OCD my whole life. I have done ERP myself, and it was immensely helpful. I want to give back and help, because I totally understand what people are going through.

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Cindy Ransom

Cindy Ransom

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I find it gratifying to help people and see it through all the way. I realized there is a growing need for effective OCD treatment. I want to be able to help more people within my community - as a Latina and a bilingual therapist, I know that there's a huge need.

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Raechel Taylor

Raechel Taylor

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I like to create a safe and open environment for my members. I want this to be a collaboration, so we're working together and I'm not just telling you what I believe are the answers. This is a team effort. In my spare time, I like reading, getting outside, and doing Pilates.

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Natalie Delgado

Natalie Delgado

Licensed Therapist, Psy.D.

As a therapist, I emphasize and value collaboration. I focus on creating and strengthening rapport with the people I'm working with. I will check in with you, step by step, to ensure you feel comfortable as we go through the process. A fun fact about me: I found out in middle school that I can lick my elbow, even though that's supposed to be impossible, and I can still do it. I even did it during my grad school interview. I tell people that's the only reason why I got in!

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Christi Hogan

Christi Hogan

Licensed Therapist, MA

As a therapist, I'm very direct, but also open, empathetic and patient. I look forward to working together with you to ease your struggles and make your life a lot better. In my spare time, I enjoy watching movies and spending time with my son, who's eight. I love to get outdoors and go for hikes. I think exercise is really important for reducing stress and supporting mental health.

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Marcio Guzman

Marcio Guzman

Licensed Therapist, Psy.D.

As a therapist, I aim to be authentic and present for the people I'm working with. I'll listen to your story with empathy, understanding, validation, and consistency, working to create a safe space. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to bake. During the pandemic, I've become quite experienced.

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Hilary Stein

Hilary Stein

Licensed Therapist, MSW

As a therapist, I provide a really casual, comfortable environment. I talk with members in the same way I talk with my friends and family. I will build a connection with you, and we will work together as teammates. Outside of work, my favorite thing to do is ski. Living in California, you get the best of everything—oceans, warm weather, and the mountains. I'm also a dog mom. I have a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who's my little girl.

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Blima Hoffman

Blima Hoffman

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

In therapy, first and foremost, I like to develop a relationship with the person I'm working with. I try to create a safe, open environment where you can feel comfortable telling me whenever you need to tell me. Outside of work, I love nature and dogs. I've never had one, but that's one of my dreams: to one day get a dog.

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Arielle  Speer

Arielle Speer

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I'm very humanistic. I believe your treatment should be guided by you. I encourage you to have compassion for yourself as you learn to recognize that you are not your thoughts. When I'm not doing therapy, I enjoy acrylic painting. I love doing 'dirty pours,' where you pour a bunch of paints together on a canvas, and a piece begins to take the shape of its very own unique, individual self.

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Denissie Santana

Denissie Santana

Licensed Therapist, LPC

In session, I like to create a warm environment. I don't want you to feel intimidated by me just because I'm a professional. This is a collaborative process. I'm here to work with you, and it's important for you to be actively involved in the process. Outside of work, I love spending time with my dog. I help a foundation that raises money for dogs in foster care. I go on walks with the group and join events where I can be supportive.

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Eleni  O'Brien

Eleni O'Brien

Licensed Therapist, LPC

My therapy style is interactive and engaging. I am not a "nod and smile" therapist, rather I will challenge you in every session. That being said, my style is also laid-back, supportive, and warm; yet honest and direct. I will not ask you to do anything that I would be unwilling to do myself. Fun fact about me: I am 100% Greek and very engaged with my Greek culture; Greek dancing, cooking, and music are a huge part of my hobbies!

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Margaret Pricejones

Margaret Pricejones

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

As a therapist, first and foremost, I provide support and empathy. Then I'll teach you techniques to manage your OCD. Outside of work, I'm a big biker. I bike everywhere for transportation.

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Rebecca Gonzalez

Rebecca Gonzalez

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I bring a lot of empathy, compassion and understanding. I'm not just a stoic face. Outside of work, I have two dogs—a French bulldog and German shepherd mix—and I love spending time with them and my husband, running, hiking, and being outdoors.

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Tammy Rose

Tammy Rose

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I approach things first with compassion. I like to provide a lot of education about OCD, which I think can be really perplexing to people: Most people know that the intrusive thoughts that they're having are irrational and struggle to understand why they're engaging in the compulsions that they are. When I'm not doing therapy, I'm a mom to a high schooler, and I love coffee. I probably know every cool coffee shop in the entire I live in the Research Triangle area of North Carolina. I have two cats, and I hope that they don't interrupt sessions!

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Marilyn Pennington

Marilyn Pennington

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I am very client-centered. I will meet you where you are and how you're feeling. I'll let you tell me your story first. I won't project any preconceived ideas on what your problems are. When I'm not doing therapy, I love cooking. I probably spend too much time watching cooking shows, trying to learn new techniques. If I've been to a restaurant, I will research their menu online and try to duplicate an excellent dish. I enjoy that immensely.

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Liz Rowell

Liz Rowell

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I bring who I am as a person, not just a therapist, to each session. I very much believe in developing a solid rapport with the people I work with, and that involves really getting to know you. What exactly are your struggles? What are your strengths? What do you hope to see on the other side? With that, I always like to bring a solid sense of humor. A fun fact about me: I am a big dog lover. I have my own dog, a maltese poodle. She's a little over one years old and I love to spend time with her. I'm also big into arts and crafts. I love to cross stitch.

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Carolyn Meiman

Carolyn Meiman

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I am always person centered. I will encourage and empower you to take the lead and let me know what role I need to play in each session. My favorite thing to do outside of sessions is to play with my puppy. He will almost always be in my lap during sessions, guaranteed. I also like to play with my hedgehog, which I think is kind of unique.

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Arlene  Donnelly

Arlene Donnelly

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I became a therapist because of my own mental-health journey. I know what it's like to address what's going on inside your head, and successfully come out the other side. In OCD therapy, we'll look at your thought processes to address what's going on and build coping skills to manage the anxiety. Outside of work, I have six kids, a big blended family. I'm big into reading. I read just about anything. Usually, I'm reading about four books at once.

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Rheba Estante

Rheba Estante

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I like to learn a lot about what's happening in your life now. How does your OCD manifest in daily life? What are you doing now that isn't working for you? I also like to get background stories to determine perhaps why some of these anxieties exist. I like to look at biopsychosocial history—like birth order or your school experience—which is often relevant. A fun fact about me: I wrote a children's book about my dog, who is a German shepherd, in both English and German in 2013. It's about him going to Berlin to visit his grandparents.

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Scott Serpa

Scott Serpa

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

As a therapist, I use a non-judgmental, strengths-oriented, evidence-based approach. I'll meet you where you're at, get to know you, and we'll work together as a team to identify the goals and interventions that will help you reach those goals. When I'm not working or spending time with family or friends, I'm outside hiking or spending time in the natural world here in the Northeast. That's where I'm most relaxed and happiest.

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Alexandra Hollander

Alexandra Hollander

Licensed Therapist, MA

As a therapist, I'm very person-centered. I'll be with you all the way, going through the emotions, working on exactly what your needs are. Some fun facts about me: I have traveled the world extensively and have lived in several different countries. I love different cultures. I was born and raised in Germany; I speak French, but my predominant language is German. And I'm crazy about dogs.

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Caroline Reis

Caroline Reis

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

With OCD, it can take a long time to get that correct treatment—you may have gone from therapist to therapist not really getting exactly what you need. I like to educate people I'm working with on that diagnosis and what that means for treatment. There is hope. There is an effective treatment for OCD, and there are a lot of things we can work on. Outside of work, I have three kids, and like to run. It's how I keep myself physically and mentally healthy.

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Carol Dunning

Carol Dunning

Licensed Therapist, MSW

As a therapist, I’ll make sure you feel safe. You can trust me. I know it's really hard to talk about some of the stuff that goes on inside your mind. I also like to make therapy fun—and it can be a lot of fun when you're learning how to master your thoughts. When I'm not doing therapy, I have a couple of German shepherds that I like to go hiking with, and I love swimming.

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Jason  Gibbs

Jason Gibbs

Licensed Therapist, Ph.D.

As a therapist, I try to create a welcoming, warm environment. When I first meet with someone, I like to start off by finding out what they want to get out of therapy. I'll craft a treatment plan with you based on that, realizing that other concerns can arise on a week-to-week basis. Outside of work, I'm a big fan of rock and metal music and love going to concerts. I also have three sugar gliders that I've had for about seven years. They are miniature flying squirrels, basically. So during our sessions, if there's ever any weird chirping that comes through a wall in the background, that's probably what you're hearing.

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Jessica Morales

Jessica Morales

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I am centered on you. I want to understand the specific things you're going through, so we can work through them together. I take a kind but firm approach. I'll acknowledge that things are going to be difficult, but at the same time, that I have confidence you can do it. Fun facts about me: I was a collegiate athlete and have played volleyball pretty much my whole life. Outside of work, I love sporting events, being active, and hanging out with my dogs.

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Aaron Hensley

Aaron Hensley

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I treat people with OCD the same as I would treat someone without OCD. I treat you as an individual, with individual experiences, and individual needs. I view you as an expert on your OCD. Outside of work, I am a father to two daughters. I love binge-watching TV shows with my wife. When the weather is nice, you can always find my family at the park hiking or playing at the playground.

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Michelle  Gomez-Salazar

Michelle Gomez-Salazar

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I like to create a warm environment, a place where you feel like you can speak without being judged. I know it can be scary to seek therapy for anything, and this might be the first time you're opening up about your experiences. You are more capable than you might believe, so I do try to give friendly nudges, but I won't push too hard. Outside of work, I'm a mom of three boys and love spending time with them. I get tackled a lot. They've helped me bring out my playful side. I'm a native New Yorker now living in California—I enjoy going out to the pool almost all year round!

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Devon Garza

Devon Garza

Licensed Therapist, MC

As a therapist, I'm really direct and comfortable pushing you to do what you need to do. I don't shy away from topics that you might think are weird or uncomfortable. I'm here to help you deal with those. Accountability is also important to me—we're going to talk about what's going well, and what's not going well. A fun fact about me: When I'm not in session, I love to experiment with cooking and subject my family to the results, for better or worse.

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Emily McClure

Emily McClure

Licensed Therapist, MA

As a therapist, I use a lot of warmth and humor. I will walk with you and meet you where you are. I won't force anything on you, but I will also recognize when you might need a little bit of a supportive push. I'll work to give you the tools you need, and when you start using those tools, I'll be here to cheer you on. A fun fact about me: I collect unicorn figures and items with unicorns on them. It started as an ironic collection, and now it's an actual collection.

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Kayla Higginbotham

Kayla Higginbotham

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I don't believe therapy needs to feel intense, sad, or scary. I try to bring some fun and humor into my sessions to make it lively and comfortable. I work really hard at creating a judgment-free space. I hope you'll feel comfortable sharing with me, and that you'll feel seen, heard, and not judged. When I'm not doing therapy, I'm a voracious reader. I read four to five novels a week. In my spare time, you'll probably never find me without a book either directly on my face or in my hand.

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Nicole O'Brien

Nicole O'Brien

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I work to create a space that is non-judgmental, open, warm, and compassionate. This is your space. You're in control of what you want to do or don't want to do. It's a place where you can feel comfortable. Outside of work, I'm a huge animal person, and I don't discriminate against what type of animal it is—dog, cat, fish, lizard or guinea pig. You're always welcome to show me your little fuzzy, scaly, or slimy friends.

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Christopher Evans

Christopher Evans

Licensed Therapist, LMFT #121510

As a therapist, I am focused on you. I prioritize making a connection and strengthening our relationship over the course of therapy. One of my primary goals is to remove the obstacles that are preventing you from getting what you need. We will create an individual treatment that works for you. Outside of work, I'm a very active person. I love being outside. I've been very much into mountain biking lately, even though I broke both my wrists in 2019. But I'm back on the bike—I've learned how to fall and how to react to things better.

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Jen Locke

Jen Locke

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

As a therapist, number one, I'm a non-judgmental listener. I hope that sitting with me is like sitting with a friend or a coach who can help you by listening. I'll give feedback, but this is your therapy—you will be deciding what you're going to be doing in your life. Some fun facts about me: I love to exercise and be outside. One of my passions is yoga. Especially during the summertime, you'll find me outside doing yoga, either in my backyard or at a park.

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Crystal Abram-Garcia

Crystal Abram-Garcia

Licensed Therapist, LPC

As a therapist, I try to create the most comfortable environment possible. I want you to feel like you're just coming to sit and talk with a friend. This is a place where you don't have to hold back—you can just relax and be yourself. A fun fact about me: I am a huge Disney and Harry Potter fan. When we went to Disney World a couple of years ago, I completely forgot I had kids and a husband. It was just mom's day in the park.

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Vanessa Nunez

Vanessa Nunez

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I want to create an environment where you'll be comfortable enough to be open and honest with me. I will reciprocate that openness and honesty, and I'll gently push you to break out of your comfort zone. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to do CrossFit. I took a break to have a baby, but now I'm back at it.

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Lisa de Guzman

Lisa de Guzman

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

First and foremost, I want you to feel like you're heard and not judged. You're not alone in this; there is help. I will help you build confidence and a new skill set—you can develop the skills to live a really healthy life. A fun fact about me: My new self-care activity is transforming a Ford Transit so my husband and I can spend time in nature and settle back into the universe. It's a beautiful thing.

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Ryan Ventillo

Ryan Ventillo

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

As a therapist, I am authentic, compassionate, and caring. Empathy and open communication are important, and I take the time to listen and understand. I like to set specific goals and use measurable instruments so we can understand where we started and where we're going. Some fun facts about me: I've traveled to more than half of the United States. I'm a big outdoorsy type of person and love going on hikes and to national parks.

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Tim Flaharty

Tim Flaharty

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

As a therapist, the first big piece I work on is developing a connection with the person I'm working with, so we can establish trust. I take time to learn about you—the story of who you are, how you've gotten to where you are now, and what you want for the future. From there, we start looking into more of the techniques that will sever the connection between the things you're doing that aren't helping you and your anxiety. A fun fact about me: I have an undergraduate degree in theater, which is something I've always been interested in.

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Jenna Schloss

Jenna Schloss

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

First and foremost, I approach OCD treatment from a place of compassion. OCD causes a lot of suffering, often for years or even decades, before people seek out treatment. I like to say that my members are the drivers of their treatment and I'm the navigation system—you define where you would like to go, and I'll support you in figuring out how to get there, utilizing the safest and most effective route. Some fun facts about me: I am madly in love with my dog, Maddie. Outside of work, I am often taking her on long walks around the neighborhood, seeing live stand-up comedy, or eating from local Thai, Chinese, and sushi restaurants in Chicago.

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Jennifer  McCormick

Jennifer McCormick

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I tend to take a somewhat gentle approach, although that depends on our treatment goals—I can be direct and forward, or more gentle. When I'm not doing therapy, I love the outdoors—kayaking, hiking, biking, and really anything you can think of to do outside.

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Laken Schang

Laken Schang

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I like to be very open and organic, letting things flow in session. I want you to feel safe in talking about the struggles that you've dealt with. I like to be fun and upbeat, not always so serious.OCD is hard enough—when you can have a bit of fun and enjoy time with your therapist, it's a bonus. Some fun facts about me: I like to do adventurous activities outdoors, but my favorite thing to do in my free time is watching Korean dramas on TV.

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Faran Asen

Faran Asen

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I'm very collaborative and direct. I like to meet people where they're at. I like coming up with really unique exposures and making sure that we're doing what feels right for you. I try to make sessions light-hearted, when possible, because there's a lot of anxiety and fear involved in OCD. A fun fact about me: Outside of work, I'm a watercolor artist and have exhibited my paintings in shows.

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Jennifer  Beardslee

Jennifer Beardslee

Licensed Therapist, Ed.S

As a therapist, I try to create an empathetic, non-judgmental space where people can feel comfortable opening up. I like to let you lead. I will meet you where you are, then help you find your own wisdom within yourself. Outside of work, I live right by the ocean, so I love to do all the activities that allows me to do—paddle boarding, swimming, and exploring marine life and animals.

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Alberto Jaime

Alberto Jaime

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I will treat you with unconditional positive regard. I will meet you wherever you're at, regardless of what your situation is. A fun fact about me: I lived in Alaska for three years, in a small, remote town called Chugiak. I was stationed as an Army medic at Fort Richardson.

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Iris Cohen

Iris Cohen

Registered Associate Therapist, CSW

My approach to treating OCD is direct and compassionate. I'll help you identify your values and develop exposures involving the things that are important to you.

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Aki Takeda

Aki Takeda

Licensed Therapist, MS

As a therapist, I am centered on you. In session, I will be with you, without judgment. I like to listen to your concerns first, before offering my own suggestions. When I'm not doing therapy, I play tennis. I love outdoor activities, like walking or hiking. Looking at the beautiful evening sky is very therapeutic for me. And it's also very affordable!

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Lila  Braida

Lila Braida

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I take a very compassionate approach and am extremely supportive. As you do therapy, you will have someone alongside you the whole way; you are not in this alone. Some fun facts about me: I was born in Switzerland, and I love to travel.

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Christina  Garges

Christina Garges

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I value forming a relationship with the people I work with. I bring a lot of curiosity into my work, and I invite you to be curious about yourself as well. You will find understanding and compassion in session; this is a judgment-free zone. A fun fact about me: I've been practicing muay thai kickboxing for the past four years. I love how much it challenges me mentally as I use my body and brain together. It's built my confidence, and it's continued to humble me.

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Meghan McKenzie

Meghan McKenzie

Licensed Clinical Psychologist, Ph.D

As a therapist, I utilize compassion and understanding to help build bridges that may exist while implementing evidence-based treatments that effectively target problematic areas. A fun fact about me: When I'm not doing therapy, my favorite hobby is listening to live music.

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Anna Chung

Anna Chung

Registered Associate Therapist, CSW

With OCD, it can be scary to share your thoughts. I try to create a safe space where you can be yourself and share freely without fear of judgment. A few fun facts about me: I try to walk 10,000 steps every day. I love hiking and usually arrange an annual trip with my friends to different national parks each year.

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Jordan Yarbrough

Jordan Yarbrough

Licensed Therapist, MS

As a therapist, I like to create an environment that feels laid-back and direct, not sterile or clinical. It's my goal just to show up as myself. I'm also a very direct therapist, and I don't sugarcoat things. I do deep work to ensure you're working toward your goals, but you're the one who is driving the treatment. Fun facts about me: I have a hamster named Moody, I play the ukulele, and I really love to do karaoke.

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Anna  Newton

Anna Newton

Licensed Therapist, LPC

As a therapist, I want you to be comfortable and feel cared for, to feel like you can talk to me like you're talking to a friend. I'm here for you. You're going to be okay, and you're in good hands. We're in this together. Some fun facts about me: I love animals and have two cats and two dogs. I was in the Air Force and once got a chance to go to Antarctica on a scientific mission.

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Hannah Rodriguez

Hannah Rodriguez

Licensed Therapist, MA

I'm a very person-centered therapist. I provide a space that is safe and non-judgmental, where people can show up with whatever they have going on, and know that I'm going to be there to meet them. I'm not going to run away or get scared. You can bring anything to the table, and you'll be met with kindness, compassion, and empathy in every session, no matter what. A fun fact about me: I have started roller skating. I've seen so many parallels between therapy and roller skating. I keep going and keep trying, even though I fall. Knowing that I'll always get back up again is so freeing.

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Roohinee Santram

Roohinee Santram

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I take a humanistic approach to therapy. In our sessions, I will hold space for you as a whole person. There's more to you than your diagnosis—that's just a small part of who you are. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to garden. Where I grew up, we were very connected to the food we ate; we knew where everything came from. It's fun to pick things out of the garden and cook them. I particularly like to grow all kinds of hot peppers.

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Tara Rossine

Tara Rossine

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I always try to lead with empathy and support. I truly believe you're the expert on your own life, so I want to put you in the driver's seat. I always make sure we're learning skills in session, so you have kind of a toolbox to use until we meet again. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to cook. I'm always in the kitchen, coming up with new vegetarian recipes or desserts. I'm always down to bake a pie or experiment with food. That's how I do self-care.

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Makayla Gerhardt

Makayla Gerhardt

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My first priority as a therapist is to build trust. I know the thoughts you're having might be distressing. You can tell me anything. I won't judge you, and I will meet you where you're at, as an individual. Some fun facts about me: Every week, I get a Netflix DVD—yes, a physical DVD—sent to me. I love cinema. I also love watching The Price Is Right. I think I'm an older woman inside.

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Samuel Munoz

Samuel Munoz

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I will work with you from a place of understanding. I'd really like to get to know you and what your individual challenges are. I will meet you where you're at. Then, we can work hand-in-hand to learn skills that will help manage your OCD. This will be a very individualized process. When I'm not doing therapy, my wife and I like to take long walks with our dog Luca. She really grounds us. She's nine years old now and still has the energy of a puppy.

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Kim Glassner

Kim Glassner

Licensed Therapist, MS

As a therapist, I really try to orient the people I work with to the nature of OCD, and why ERP works and other therapies don't. You'll learn about the fear structure and how to break the OCD cycle. A fun fact about me: I'm from Wyoming—I've lived there my whole life—and I like to get out, enjoy the outdoors and go on camping trips when the weather allows.

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Lulu Skafi

Lulu Skafi

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

Acceptance is at the core of the work that I do. With OCD, you may feel a lot of fear, worry, and anxiety about the particular struggle you happen to be having. I will help you learn how to sit in that space. As a therapist, I am genuine and trustworthy—we can do this together. A fun fact about me: I have lived in two different ancient lands: Jerusalem and Egypt.

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Andrea Kilroy

Andrea Kilroy

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

When I meet with members, I am very person-centered. I try to look at things from your perspective and understand your story—what happened in your life that brought you to where you are right now? Outside of work, I'm a plant mom—I have a little jungle in my living room—and I'm a certified scuba diver.

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Nikki Blass

Nikki Blass

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I focus on meeting people where they're at. To me, the connection a therapist has with a member is one of the most important predictors of success. Outside of work, I am a baseball mom—I have two boys, one who's graduating from college and one who's in high school—and I’m a dog mom. I do rescue work with Boston terriers. I usually have an entire houseful of them!

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Joshua  Hamrick

Joshua Hamrick

Licensed Therapist, MA

One of the most important things about therapy is the connection and relationship between a therapist and the person seeking therapy. I work really hard not only to help both of us feel connected and heard but also for you to feel like this is a partnership. We're going to get a little uncomfortable together, because that's where most of the good work happens. Outside of work, I really enjoy spending time with my family and my daughter, cooking new foods, and playing chess.

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Betty  Blanc

Betty Blanc

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I'm a very collaborative therapist. The foundation of my practice is being a good listener. I listen to what you're bringing to a session, and we'll work together on how you'd like to move forward. I will match your pace, and challenge you when you're ready. Outside of work, I love spending time with my family. We go to the beach a lot. A fun fact: We have a tortoise, and her name is Jessica.

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Matthew McKinley

Matthew McKinley

Licensed Therapist, MA

I prioritize human connection. We're here as two humans, trying to improve those negative symptoms that you want to change. I will help you feel understood, and I hope you will understand me. In session, we will look at what OCD does in your daily life; I won't throw buzzwords at you. A fun fact about me: I have been studying with a Tibetan lama for 15 years. That study, and that Buddhist community I've found, has changed my life.

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Brittany Stevens

Brittany Stevens

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I emphasize collaboration and our relationship. In all therapy, the relationship between therapist and member is fundamental, but I think it's even more important in ERP, because we talk about stuff that's really hard, sit in the shame that might come up, and navigate that together. I like to add a touch of humor when it's appropriate—I think striking the right balance between light and difficult is important. Outside of work, I love to perform in a local theater. Musicals are my thing.

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Brenda Ibarra

Brenda Ibarra

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

OCD can create overwhelming cycles. As a therapist, I strive to show the connections between how you think, how you act, and how you feel, and how we can break those cycles. A fun fact about me is that I love nature. I've been a runner all my life and now have picked up amateur hiking, which is a fun way to discover nearby natural beauty, especially waterfalls.

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Leah Kawleski

Leah Kawleski

Licensed Therapist, MA

I want therapy with me to feel warm, inviting, and conversational. But I'll also be firm enough to support you with the hard tasks they're doing. Outside of work, I have a one-and-a-half-year-old and a four-month-old, and I love listening to true crime podcasts when I have the time.

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Jessica Young

Jessica Young

Registered Associate Therapist, MFT

I will take the time to get to know you, your interests, and what excites you. I like to incorporate mindfulness into sessions. Yoga is a big part of my life and has really helped me with my own anxiety. Outside of work, I like being active outdoors, whether it's doing yoga in my backyard, going for a walk, or spending time at the beach with a good book. That's how I practice self-care.

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Stephen Gigliotti

Stephen Gigliotti

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I'm a very collaborative therapist. I am big on psychoeducation—I will help you learn about OCD and why we're doing what we do in therapy. I will never ask you to do an exposure I wouldn't do myself. Some fun facts about me: I enjoy hiking whenever I can, and I'm a big video gamer. Sometimes I use video games as a metaphor in therapy: we're not going to be jumping into the level 30s when we're only at level 1. We're going to work on the lower levels to build up our tolerance and abilities.

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Kelsey Hernandez

Kelsey Hernandez

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I'm really big on the idea that you get out of therapy what you put into it. I'm your GPS, and you're in the driver's seat. I'm here to support and guide you to your destination. But you're still the one who’s in charge. A few fun facts about me: I just got a puppy who has been consuming most of my free time. I've also done three international trips solo—to Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and Thailand.

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Brittany Gregory

Brittany Gregory

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I am warm, open, and empathetic. I want you to feel like you can have a cup of coffee and just talk to me. Therapy with me is relaxed and mellow. We will go at a pace that suits you, and we will work together on everything we address. A fun fact about me: I'm a proud cat owner. I have an orange-and-white cat named Hot Cheeto. He is a real cuddle bug.

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Jonathan Sickinger

Jonathan Sickinger

Registered Associate Therapist, CSW

I really believe in person-centered therapy. You are the expert in your life and what's going on right now. I'm just here to be a team member who helps facilitate you getting better, with education and exercises. Some fun facts about me: I have lived on three different continents, and when I'm not working, I really enjoy cooking and reading.

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Callie Wheeler

Callie Wheeler

Licensed Therapist, MA

As a therapist, I want to create a non-judgmental space where everyone feels welcome and believes they can truly be themselves and grow. Outside of therapy, I love traveling. A fun fact about me: I love cats and have just given two kittens a home.

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Stephanie Parker

Stephanie Parker

Licensed Therapist, MA

Through personal experience, I understand the importance of creating a safe and supportive therapy environment. I approach all of my members with empathy and kindness, ensuring that the care that I provide is trauma-informed, gender-affirming, culturally sensitive, and evidence-based. I value meeting each person where they are and helping them reach their goals with encouragement, self-love, compassion, forgiveness, and healing. Some fun facts about me: Outside of work, my number one favorite thing to do is attend concerts. I have one booked pretty much all the time. I live less than a mile from the beach, so I love walking or riding my bike there. And I have a pet chameleon, who is kind of my baby.

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Alessandra Rizzotti

Alessandra Rizzotti

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I'm a solution-focused and goal-oriented therapist. I can also be pretty irreverent and like to use my sense of humor. I focus both on acceptance of the self, as well as change, when creating an action-oriented plan for the people I work with. A few fun facts about me: I'm a beekeeper, and I really like doing art interventions. I used to be a writer and editor, so I like to harness my creativity.

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Lilyvette Perez

Lilyvette Perez

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My approach is focused on helping individuals better understand and work through uncomfortable feelings in a safe environment. We are all unique, and the ways we cope can be learned and unlearned. Sometimes we just need a bit of guidance. Outside of work, I love nature and spending time outdoors. I spend a lot of my free time learning, hiking, going to the beach, and exercising.

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Tal Medovoy

Tal Medovoy

Associate Therapist, ACSW

I try to balance the need for hard work—pushing my members to challenge themselves and to face their fears—with a sense of compassion and understanding for how difficult that can be. I will meet you where you're at. But I will push you to work as hard as you possibly can, so you can achieve your goals as quickly as possible. Outside of work, I have two rescue dogs at home. One of my favorite things to do when I'm not working is spend time with them.

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Venita Polonio

Venita Polonio

Registered Associate Therapist, CSW

I'm an energetic, positive, and encouraging therapist. When we meet, I'd like to learn as much as I can about you and where you're at, so I can support you and collaborate with you. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to paint landscapes and do karaoke, whether it's in person at a karaoke lounge or at home on a karaoke app.

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