Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD
OCD therapist Jennifer Reagan, Licensed Therapist, MS, LMHC, Licensed OCD Therapist

Jennifer Reagan

Licensed Therapist, MS, LMHC


As your OCD therapist, I'll make sure you understand what OCD is— intrusive and reoccurring thoughts are obsessions and the repetitive behaviors that follow are compulsions. We'll work through your thoughts, feelings, and knowing your triggers. We'll break down the fears into separate parts to understand them and begin treating them with ERP. When I'm not doing therapy, I'm also an adjunct professor in psychology at a local university. I love working with students and helping them understand how important the human service field is in all aspects. A fun fact about me: I love to go on cruises. I've been to several countries, and I strive to try at least one new adventure at each port.

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OCD does not have to control you. You can learn to be in control and once again enjoy life.

Get to know Jennifer Reagan

I became a therapist because I have a passion for helping people. I want to help individuals make healthy and positive changes in their lives. I believe every person who feels their journey is leading them down a road of brokenness can be rerouted. You can find a new beginning as you proceed on your journey toward wholeness.

I decided to specialize in OCD because I believe a person can find freedom from their mental, emotional, and physical anguish and achieve healing and a sense of peace. I've suffered from anxiety for many years because of trauma, high-stress experiences, and health crises. Over time, intrusive thoughts would cause me significant distress. This led to behaviors I thought would help me feel better but mostly left me feeling more ashamed and unhappy. As a therapist, I want to help you with your struggle with OCD by providing therapy with a proven therapeutic technique called Exposure Response Prevention (ERP). I'm determined to help individuals find a sense of calmness and days filled with a sense of purpose, a happiness that is fulfilling, and a freedom from the claws of despair. OCD does not have to control you. You can learn to be in control and once again enjoy life.

I'm trained in several therapeutic techniques, and I've specialized mostly in cognitive-behavior therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and family therapy. In utilizing these techniques, I focus on depression and anxiety, mood disorders, eating disorders and post-traumatic stress disorders, and relationship issues between couples and families.

Therapy is hard, and sessions may leave you mentally worn out. But with time, doing the exposures, participating in therapy, and using the skills you're taught, you'll see and feel progress. Eventually, you'll come to a place where OCD isn't controlling you; you're controlling OCD.

Therapy is a safe place for you to share your thoughts and feelings with your therapist. If you don't feel like sharing your thoughts, that's OK too. Learn to trust your therapist, so your therapist can help you.

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Insurance Coverages

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



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Languages spoken

  • English

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