Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Jordan Driskell, Licensed Therapist, MS, LMFT #131763, Licensed OCD Therapist

Jordan Driskell


Licensed Therapist, MS, LMFT #131763

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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.

From my personal and professional experience, I know that people start to heal the moment they feel heard. I'm here to listen to you, and to help you find relief from your struggles with OCD.

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Insurance Coverages

  • Cigna
  • Kaiser - Northern California Region
  • Magellan
  • Kaiser - Southern California Region
  • Humana



What our members say about
Jordan Driskell


Sep 20, 2023

Ms. Jordan has been helpful, informative, and flexible in therapy with a younger client! We are so happy we are seeing breakthroughs this early in our therapy with her!


Jun 27, 2023

Jordan has been so helpful in our short time in therapy, working to get to the real issues. We are so thankful for her!


Apr 21, 2023

I cannot express enough gratitude to my therapist Jordan. She has been so instrumental in my journey with overcoming OCD. I get to live a life that honors who I truly am, not what OCD tries to convince me today. Thank you Jordan for helping me finally experience what a quiet mind feels like. I think anyone would be beyond lucky to have her as a therapist, so if it wasn’t clear already, I cannot recommend her enough ☺️


Apr 20, 2023

Jordan’s kindness and ability to communicate with people is the most valuable thing!


Apr 10, 2023

Jordan was fantastic. She quickly built rapport and I know she can help me.


Mar 14, 2023

My therapist Jordan is funny, down-to-earth, relatable, and knowledgeable and knows exactly how to treat and respond to anything I am experiencing or mention. It makes me feel confident that I will be successful in managing my OCD since she (and NOCD) knows exactly how to treat it. It is refreshing coming from traditional talk therapy which was not helpful to me.


Oct 05, 2022

My therapist Jordan is very caring and really listens. She is the best therapist I have ever had


Sep 29, 2022

My therapist Jordan is wonderful. We started ERP therapy immediately and I am noticing results. I am very pleased with my therapist


Sep 26, 2022

Exposure Therapy was excellent !


Sep 20, 2022

Jordan strikes a great balance between comfort and truth, with encouragement.

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Jordan Driskell 6 months

Alright, I'm just going to be one of those therapist's who shares all the random analogies that come to mind during sessions.. haha... so here we go again! I've been telling my members that my OCD feels like the stray cat that shows up at my door everyday... every time the cat has shown up I would give it a treat and feed it. I know, that every single time I feed this cat it will keep showing up at my door. Without fail, same time the next day this orange cat shows up... Then I stopped feeding the cat.. and guess what it.. after a few days of not getting my treats.... it didn't show up! Eventually the cat decided it wasn't going to get what it needed from me anymore and gave up trying. I had to change my response to it to get a different result. OCD IS THE SAME WAY! if you keep feeding it (with compulsions, fear responses, etc) it will keep showing up... if you change your response (use response prevention) it will eventually not even try.

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Jordan Driskell 8 months

I came up with analogy that I have been sharing with my members and they have been finding it very helpful so I wanted to post it here too! You know when you're coming out of the grocery store... and there are people handing out their pamphlets (trying to recruit, promote, or get donations for their cause?)THAT'S YOUR OCD... You have a couple of options on how to respond (or not respond)... and the choice is ultimately yours. 1. You can say "no thank you" (not engage with it- utilizing Response Prevention) 2. Take the pamphlet and carry it with you, maybe even reading it later (do your compulsions and keep doing them) 3. Stand there and "talk" (engage with the thoughts and do mental compulsions) OR 4. Take the pamphlet, give it back or discard of it (do a compulsion and then undo the compulsion) You'd never stand there and play tug of war with the pamphlet people or scream at them to STOP... so don't do this with your OCD. You can have awareness that your intrusive thoughts are there.. but you do not have to engage with them. Make that choice to not respond; walk away and say "no thank you". Make that choice to do Response Prevention.

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