Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Stacy Quick, Licensed Therapist, LPC, Licensed OCD Therapist

Stacy Quick


Licensed Therapist, LPC

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As a therapist, I'm laid-back and very supportive. I have OCD myself, so that helps me pace therapy and adjust it to each individual. We're not throwing anybody into the deep end. We're going to take things slow and in manageable steps. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to do anything creative, like writing and reading. I'm particularly interested in the Bigfoot legend. I also love to make memes; I can make a meme for anything.

OCD therapy isn't as scary as you might think. And it truly works. Your life can be so different— more than you can even imagine. Almost everybody who's willing to do the work and really follow the treatment gets better.

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Insurance Coverages

  • Humana
  • United Healthcare / Optum
  • Cigna
  • Health Alliance Plan (HAP)
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield - Michigan



What our members say about
Stacy Quick


Aug 03, 2023

Very kind and perceptive


May 03, 2023

I love Stacy. She is very empathetic and I feel heard.


Feb 17, 2023

Stacy Quick is amazing, she’s been so kind and understanding. She’s absolutely incredible, and she’s helped my OCD so, so much! I’m truly grateful to have had someone as wonderful as her as my therapist!


Sep 09, 2022

We created the hierarchy today! She was really super kind, and I really felt understood! I don’t feel afraid or judged during the sessions at all - she’s a really great therapist!! Super grateful to be working with her!


Aug 25, 2022

Stacy Quick is so, so kind and understanding!! She was so friendly and never made me feel ashamed or embarrassed! I’m so grateful and lucky to have her as my therapist, and I look forward to meeting with her again!


Mar 08, 2022

She is great at what she does and super relatable!

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Stacy Quick 2 months

Hello everyone! Because I have been pretty active in this community I wanted to provide an update. You may not see me as much in this forum as I have accepted a new full-time job position at another agency. I will be remaining on as a freelance writer at NOCD though! I have absolutely loved my time at NOCD and especially my engagement with each and every one of you. Please continue to look for my articles and to support one another in this community. We are all in this together. I hope that my articles and my story can continue to provide hope. That is why I try and speak the unspeakable- to give others a sense of hope and so that others can see that there is life on the other side of OCD- there is a way through it- I know that many of you are in the throws of OCD and this can be the hardest times. Please, please know that it TRULY will not always be this way. It can get better. Treatment, support, and perseverance will get you through this. Take care of yourselves. Remember you are so much more than just OCD. It may be a huge part of your life, but I promise there is so much more to you.💛 You can continue to follow me on Instagram at ocd.undone for more educational information on OCD and for the links to my NOCD blog articles. You can also find the articles here: It is full of informational articles on OCD and related conditions! https://www.treatmyocd.com/learn/blog

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Stacy Quick 2 months

“On particularly rough days when I'm sure I can't possibly endure more, I remind myself that my track record for getting through bad days has been 100%. And that’s pretty good."- Unknown

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Stacy Quick 3 months

NOCD is not a crisis service. I’m going to provide you with some resources that may help you address a crisis in mental health. Emergency Phone Numbers United States - Dial 9-1-1 U.K. - Dial 9-9-9 Australia - Dial 0-0-0 Canada - https://itgetsbettercanada.org/get-help/ National Suicide Prevention Lifeline - Chat https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/ National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 800-273-8255 https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ If you or someone you know is struggling or in crisis, help is available. Call or text 988 or chat at 988lifeline.org Need Someone To Talk To? Warm Line https://warmline.org/warmdir.html

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