Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Diandrea Seipel, Licensed Therapist, LMHC, LPC, NCC, Licensed OCD Therapist

Diandrea Seipel


Licensed Therapist, LMHC, LPC, NCC


I take a collaborative and non-judgmental approach to treating OCD. I'm willing to do everything I ask my members to do, and I work to challenge specific core fears so we work at the roots of OCD, not just the branches. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my partner, two children, dog, and cat. I enjoy going on walks and hikes when it isn't too hot, reading, and spending time with friends and family. I also enjoy being around horses whenever possible.

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Your intrusive thoughts are unique to you—they're based on OCD attaching to what you value—but you are not alone.

Get to know Diandrea Seipel

I've wanted to help people in some way since I was a child. I realized that becoming a therapist would give me the ability to help others and advocate for the importance of mental health in our lives.

During my master's program, I worked in an OCD residential treatment center and saw how debilitating OCD can be. I came to appreciate the many ways OCD can impact a person's life and the variety of ways I could help people address those challenges directly. I get excited to do exposure interventions with people working through their OCD. It shows others that anxiety doesn't have to control their lives and that embracing uncertainty is key.

I've received specialized training in therapies for depression, anxiety, trauma, and mood dysregulation. I seek to incorporate any knowledge and therapeutic techniques that can make treatment more effective and help people embrace and navigate uncertainty. I want to continue to learn so I can best serve the people I work with.

Your intrusive thoughts are unique to you—they're based on OCD attaching to what you value—but you are not alone. NOCD is unique in its ability to serve you in the places where you struggle the most. We offer you support through meeting with a therapist, access to past members, support groups, and educational resources.

The more OCD tries to make you believe you're not safe, the greater the urge not to share. The more you share, the more we'll be able to target the core fears OCD is trying to hold onto. I take a non-judgmental stance and give members space to share these feared thoughts. Doing so will lessen the power and control OCD has on your life.

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Insurance Coverages

  • United Healthcare / Optum
  • Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Wisconsin - Medicaid
  • Cigna
  • Aetna
  • Independence Blue Cross (IBC)



What our members say about
Diandrea Seipel


Nov 22, 2023

Diandrea is a great communicator and has managed to build a relationship with a teenage boy who is somewhat resistant to therapy. She finds the exact right balance of pushing him but understanding not to go too far.


Jul 26, 2023

Diandrea is always so understanding and patient with me! I even get a few giggles out of my sessions with her!


Jul 19, 2023

I’m disappointed I can’t talk to Deandra anymore because her rate is $200 after July 21. I’m having a hard time so I’m really disappointed


Jul 07, 2023

Diandrea is very kind and understanding! She is on my side and is preparing me with the right tools to fight OCD.


Jun 27, 2023

Good goals


Jun 14, 2023

Making progress


Jun 12, 2023

Wonderful session! Super easy to talk to!


Jun 05, 2023

She’s really working with me


Jun 01, 2023

Diandrea is super nice and doesn’t make me feel judged at all! I don’t feel anxious about talking to her! :)


May 31, 2023

We’re just gonna take baby steps, and I’m going to conquer my OCD

Badges and training


These designations signify the therapist's expertise in treating specific mental health conditions, ensuring you receive the personalized care you deserve.


Languages spoken

  • English

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