Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

OCD Specialists in
Atlanta, Georgia

Liza Fernandez

Liza Fernandez

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 1996, and specialize in treating OCD. I've received specialized training in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat whatever subtype or subtypes you're experiencing. I'll use almost 25 years of experience to guide you so that you can learn how to manage OCD on your own.

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Ursula Wright

Ursula Wright

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m going on a decade of experience as a licensed social worker, treating mood & anxiety disorders, addiction, domestic violence, and OCD. I’ve learned that people struggling with disorders have a hard time finding access to a professional diagnosis. NOCD changes that. As a specialized OCD therapist, I’ll provide you with a diagnosis and, if you show signs of OCD, I’ll use the most trusted method in treating OCD called Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is well-researched and proven to work.

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Shawntell Phoenix-Martin

Shawntell Phoenix-Martin

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have over 15 years of experience as a licensed therapist. My passion as a therapist lies in helping people with OCD overcome their challenges and reach their full potential. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy allows me to guide you away from the grasp of OCD and closer to reaching more remarkable success in life.

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Ruthie Brooks

Ruthie Brooks

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have worked in the mental health field for the last 18 years, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I was drawn to NOCD because I saw how many people I can help with proper treatment. Having worked in the mental health industry for quite some time, I often saw OCD misdiagnosed. NOCD allows me to treat people with OCD using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, developed specifically to treat all OCD subtypes. It’s well-researched and proven to work, and I think you’ll be surprised with how much progress you can make in such little time.

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Kenneth Hosier

Kenneth Hosier

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been licensed as a counselor since 2000. In addition to working with NCOD, I run a private practice where I work a lot with anxiety cases, trauma, and other disorders. In reflection, I feel like my career has led me to become specialized in OCD treatment. I’ve heard many personal stories and challenges that have trained me to deal with all OCD subtypes. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD because of its proven ability to work.

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Robyn Pavlick

Robyn Pavlick

Licensed Therapist, LPC

Having been licensed since 2013, I’ve worked with people facing severe mental health challenges such as depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and more. I’ve also spent time treating women at an inpatient substance abuse facility, seeing clients that exhibited OCD symptoms. As an OCD specialist, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, something I have experience using before arriving at NOCD. ERP is effective and proven to work for treating any OCD subtype.

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Paulette Chavers

Paulette Chavers

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed counselor for over 15 years, treating adults and juveniles for OCD in the prison system. I have also gained experience at group homes, in private practice, and as a therapist at Georgia Southern University. With additional training from top clinicians, I now specialize in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy - considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. ERP has a history of high improvement rates, so if you feel like you’re losing hope in your battle against OCD, I can help you.

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Lindsay Prizer

Lindsay Prizer

Licensed Therapist, Ph.D.

I’ve been working as a licensed therapist for over 10 years, and with training from top clinicians at NOCD, I now specialize in treating OCD. I’ve been working mostly in academic and medical settings in addition to holding a private practice, helping young and older adults overcome their anxiety and mood disorders. During our sessions, I’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to teach you how to manage your OCD on your own with confidence.

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Vic Chaperon

Vic Chaperon

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I have over 20 years of experience practicing psychotherapy, running my private practice for over 15 years specializing in OCD. I’ve also gained experience working in hospitals and clinics where I treated anxiety, depression, relationship & family dynamics, and more. The most effective approach to treat OCD is known as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is backed by research and is incredibly effective in showing you how to manage your OCD with confidence.

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Melanie Dideriksen

Melanie Dideriksen

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for almost 9 years, treating people for OCD as well as other mental health challenges. Having spent time with top clinicians at NOCD, I provide Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to those battling any subtype of OCD. ERP is the gold standard of OCD treatment and is not only backed by evidence but gives you a realistic chance to see progress within a short period of time. I’ve dealt with OCD myself, so I know what it’s like to break away and recover from OCD obsessions and compulsions.

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Michelle Meadows

Michelle Meadows

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 10 years, with more than 8 years of experience working in outpatient cases in community health. I specialize in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat your OCD effectively, with a background in helping people deal with severe mental illnesses. My favorite part of ERP is that it’s a straightforward approach to addressing the problem, allowing us to create ERP exercises and solutions designed around you and what you’re going through.

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Valencia Thomas

Valencia Thomas

Licensed Therapist, MA

I come from a large family, and I’ve seen the stigma around mental illness. Caring for your mental health is just as important as going to the doctor to care for your high blood pressure, diabetes, or heart health. It's just the same.

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