Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Kaitlin Blum Hatfield, Licensed Therapist, LPC, Licensed OCD Therapist

Kaitlin Blum Hatfield


Licensed Therapist, LPC


I approach treating OCD by being educational and validating. OCD is often misunderstood, and people can feel alone in their thoughts and experiences. I aim to provide members with the proper education and support so they can be as prepared as possible for OCD treatment. Outside of work I enjoy playing tennis, reading, baking, watching Bravo TV shows, and spending time with friends and family.

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ERP is meant to be honest and collaborative in helping you gain long-term relief from OCD, and I’ll be with you every step of the way.

Get to know Kaitlin Blum Hatfield

I always wanted to help people, even from a very young age. I also deeply value connection with others, and being a therapist allows me to do both!

I wanted to specialize in OCD so I could give people the proper treatment they deserve. Because OCD is often misdiagnosed and mistreated, I wanted to become part of the solution in getting people on a path to recovery. I love the moments in treatment when something “clicks” for the member—the moment something is brought to the surface or finally makes sense—and seeing the pride and satisfaction someone gets from their hard work and progress.

I have also focused on eating disorders, anxiety, depression and trauma. Like OCD, they also impact a large percentage of the population and can cause a great deal of distress.

ERP can be challenging and uncomfortable. You might feel a lot of different emotions all at the same time, and you probably won’t want to feel them. ERP is meant to be honest and collaborative in helping you gain long-term relief from OCD, and I’ll be with you every step of the way.

Remember that I'm not here to judge or criticize your thoughts. They can be difficult to say out loud, and you might be saying them out loud for the first time. It’s normal to feel afraid. We can start small to build a trusting relationship. Therapy is a safe place to talk about the thoughts that have been bothering you.

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Insurance Coverages

  • United Healthcare / Optum
  • Highmark
  • Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • Cigna
  • Aetna



What our members say about
Kaitlin Blum Hatfield


Dec 02, 2023

Making gains towards fighting odd intrusive thoughts


Nov 28, 2023

I’m working hard on keeping my Ned monster away. I’m working on not confessing so much.


Sep 13, 2023

This was a great session to get us informed on how treatment will start and what to expect


Sep 06, 2023

We thought the session went very well, and are looking forward to the beginning treatment.


Aug 15, 2023

I always feel seen and heard with Kaitlin. She truly is great and always helps me think things through, explains what I don’t understand or have questions on, and helps me learn during each session. She motivates and encourages me and helps me realize the wins I am making, even if they are small. I can’t put how I feel into words as words won’t do it justice but I’m so grateful that I got matched with Kaitlin as my therapist.


Jun 08, 2023

Kaitlin is amazing. The progress I have already made makes me proud of myself. I can’t wait to continue this journey with her and see how far I will get from where I started.

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Languages spoken

  • English

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