Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Patt Somasri, Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern, Licensed OCD Therapist

Patt Somasri

Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern

Pre-license number: IMH24467

Under the supervision of Heather Brasseur


My approach to treating OCD is characterized by a balance of respect and necessary challenge, ensuring I provide support without crossing any boundaries. I aim to empower individuals with OCD, guiding them to become experts in managing their symptoms. I want to make a collaborative journey fostering a sense of autonomy and self-efficacy, promoting a more sustainable and empowered approach to navigating the challenges of OCD. When I'm not doing therapy, you might find me unwinding, indulging in British TV shows like The Great British Bake-Off or Downton Abbey. I also love cooking and eating, especially Thai food, which can soothe my homesickness. My latest hobby is Dungeons & Dragons. If you're a fellow DnD enthusiast, we might just uncover new realms of imagination together.

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Get to know Patt Somasri

I became intrigued by psychology during high school. That fascination drove me to delve deeper into it during my college years. Initially, my family wasn't on board with my choice; we had different visions of my path to success. Amid this disagreement, I delved into counseling psychology and discovered a perfect alignment with my values, skills, and personality. This enabled me to construct a compelling case to resolve the conflict with my family. I wanted to pursue a fulfilling career that harmonized with my abilities and our family values. Becoming a therapist was the perfect solution.

The intricacies of OCD are fascinating. There's a challenge in distinguishing it from other disorders like anxiety. I'm drawn to the complexity of addressing those nuances. I believe specializing in OCD allows me to make a meaningful impact, providing targeted and effective support to individuals who often face misunderstanding or misdiagnosis. It's a way for me to contribute to a clearer understanding and better treatment of this disorder.

In addition to OCD, I specialize in working with individuals dealing with anxiety and depression. Furthermore, I'm actively developing my expertise in trauma and eating disorders.

Before diving into NOCD Therapy, know that reaching out and taking that first step is like unlocking a door to growth and progress. Like any journey in life, there may be bumps along the way, but rest assured, overcoming them is something we can navigate together and eventually something you can do by yourself! Your decision to embark on this path is a positive and courageous choice, and we are here to support you every step of the way.

Totally get it! Opening up about your thoughts can be scary, and that's completely OK. Many folks feel the same way. Over time, you'll find strength in conquering those intrusive thoughts. I'm not here to judge your thoughts—they're just thoughts. We all have them, the good and the not-so-great. I'm here to listen and help you navigate through your OCD. No judgment, just support.

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Insurance Coverages

  • Aetna
  • Florida Blue
  • Cigna
  • Forest County Potawatomi



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Languages spoken

  • English,
  • Other

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