Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Tina Odell, Licensed Therapist, MA, LPC, Licensed OCD Therapist

Tina Odell

Licensed Therapist, MA, LPC


My approach to treating OCD is accepting you where you are, by taking a non-judgmental stance. The next step is to help you identify your triggers and fears, then your values. That way, we can pinpoint what we want to change and what is preferred. I'll gradually introduce you to incremental exposures of feared events, beliefs, or experiences, then help you identify what to do other than the compulsion or how to sit in the discomfort, incrementally increasing the levels of exposure. Outside of work, as a mom of five and grandmother to three, I most often spend my spare time with my children and grandbabies. In the summer, you'll find me sitting outside reading books in the sun, and in the fall, you'll find me wrapped up by the fireplace watching football. I am a passionate fan of sports, love to learn, and have a passion for shopping as well.

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Once we release those uncomfortable thoughts, we feel a great deal of healing.

Get to know Tina Odell

I spent a great deal of time in the field of social work and as an adoptive and foster parent. I believed there was a gap in understanding what it was like to live with—and be impacted by people who struggled with—severe mental health challenges. So I earned another master's degree in counseling to help bridge that gap.

I believe it's important to do something very well, and to help people struggling with the debilitating fear, shame, and control OCD can have over a person's life.

I've worked extensively with trauma, abuse, relationship issues, attachment, domestic violence, and healing from narcissistic relationships. This was a natural extension of my experience in social work. Helping individuals and families heal is a passion for me.

Before starting NOCD Therapy, you should know the experience is safe and non-judgmental. The goal is to help you move at a pace that's comfortable for you.

Remember this is part of the process. All of us have uncomfortable thoughts that may feel difficult to share with others. That discomfort is part of the avoidance process that keeps us stuck in unhealthy patterns. Once we release those uncomfortable thoughts, we feel a great deal of healing. I won't judge you, and I'll help you see those thoughts for what they are—just thoughts.

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Insurance Coverages

  • United Healthcare / Optum
  • Independence Blue Cross (IBC)
  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield - Rhode Island
  • Cigna



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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