Clinical Director- West Region
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After giving birth to my two children, I experienced the type of OCD-like symptoms that many women experience, including having intrusive thoughts of harming who I love. I became motivated to go deeper into learning how to treat OCD. During sessions, you’ll be asked to share your OCD experiences in confidence, but I know how hard it is to explain to someone what your OCD is like. I’ll create a non-judgemental space so you can disclose everything that’s affecting you, Members describe me as warm, direct, and honest. I call myself “solution-focused,” but when there’s an opportunity to have a little fun during a session, I’ll take it. I like to stay in touch with current research and only use treatment proven to work. Together, we’ll bring you to a place of better control and a lot more freedom.
It is awesome that you have decided to take this step to challenge your OCD. I am really excited to get to work with you!
Dr. Mia Nuñez is a licensed clinical psychologist and the Clinical Director for the West Region of NOCD. Dr. Nuñez earned her degrees from UCLA and Northwestern and completed her predoctoral internship at Rogers Behavioral Health. Dr. Nuñez served as supervising psychologist for several inpatient and residential programs specializing in treatment of OCD and related disorders.
In her role of Regional Clinical Director at NOCD she ensures excellent outcomes and ERP fidelity and trains the network in other evidence-based treatments, such as HRT and BA. Dr. Nuñez has published numerous peer reviewed journal articles on ERP and related topics.
A preliminary examination of correlates with familial burden and cognitive-behavioral treatment outcome
Anderson, L. M., Smith, K. E., Nuñez M. C., & Farrell, N. R. (2019)
Nuñez M. C., Gregory J., & Zinbarg, R. E. (2015)
Nuñez M. C., Zinbarg, R. E., & Mittal V. A. (2019)
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