Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

OCD Specialists in
Boston, Massachusetts

Tania Patrizio

Tania Patrizio

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

I’ve treated OCD, as well as other forms of mental health challenges, for almost 20 years. I’ve used Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy elements in general cases for trauma and PTSD, but now I provide specialized care for those dealing with OCD. I have experience treating all ages and know how ERP can benefit anyone dealing with all OCD subtypes. I’ll be honest. I love ERP because of how well it works. Let’s start treatment and get you better.

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Dan Hannon

Dan Hannon

Licensed Therapist, LCMHC

I’ve been in the mental health field for over 20 years, and now offer treatment as an OCD specialist. Before NOCD, I often saw OCD symptoms in autistic children, and have additional experience with OCD cases in general & private practice. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat OCD because I’ve found ERP to be an incredibly effective form of treatment. Once a good rapport is established, I'm sure you'll be able to see results in a very reasonable amount of time.

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Nicole McCutchan

Nicole McCutchan

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

My OCD became problematic over 30 years ago. I was diagnosed incorrectly, and struggled with OCD for a long time. This affected my relationships and work for years until I found treatment that actually helped me get better, which was Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I quit my career in IT to become a specialized OCD therapist. I myself use ERP because I know from firsthand experience that it works.

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Tracy Mowles

Tracy Mowles

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I've been a licensed professional counselor since 2014, with a background in outpatient counseling. Dealing with families and individuals facing challenges associated with intrusive thoughts and anxiety has led me to NOCD. I can apply my techniques to help you put your OCD troubles behind you. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy has an excellent track record of success for treating OCD, helping NOCD members experience fewer compulsions and obsessions. Let's add you to the chain of NOCD success stories.

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Andrew Moeller

Andrew Moeller

Licensed Therapy, LMHC

I've been a licensed counselor since 2013, having run my private practice with a steady influx of OCD cases for several years. Out of all the approaches to OCD treatment that I've used, I find Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to be the most effective. ERP goes beyond other methods and tackles the problem head-on. By using ERP in our sessions, you can look forward to better days ahead.

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Alysann Price

Alysann Price

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I began my therapist career at a local hospital treating people for OCD, as well as other challenges such as anxiety and depression. I now offer specialized OCD treatment through NOCD, providing you with the right tools to help you manage OCD on your own. These tools come directly from Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. You can also be sure that during treatment, I will always be by your side.

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Helene Titelbaum

Helene Titelbaum

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

For over 17 years, I've worked across multiple care levels, treating many people with OCD while working in primary care. I also have experience working with children and families in community health care programs, where I learned the value of collaboration during treatment. During our sessions, I'll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, as many people I've treated have seen immediate positive responses using ERP tools.

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Erin Vincze

Erin Vincze

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been treating people for a wide range of mental health challenges for over a decade, and now I specialize in helping people with OCD. As my career progressed, I began to specialize in anxiety disorders and saw more people with OCD while working outpatient and virtual cases. I’ve come to use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because of how wonderfully effective it is. Virtual teletherapy allows people with OCD to be in their natural environment, such as their home, which means they can feel a little more comfortable while learning ERP techniques.

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Mixi Lopez-Corbin

Mixi Lopez-Corbin

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2014, and I now specialize in treating OCD. I have a mixed background of working in a hospital outpatient environment as well as working at a local school, where I also treated cases of ADHD, trauma, anxiety, and depression. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy when treating OCD because it’s a goal-oriented approach that’s proven to treat all OCD subtypes.

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Katie Belmore

Katie Belmore

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been in the mental health field for several years and now specialize in OCD. My road to becoming an OCD specialist has been paved by treating people in a community mental health care facility, working with children and families, and helping kids aged out of foster care. To treat your OCD in the most effective way possible, I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions. ERP can be tough to go through, but I think you’ll find it incredibly useful in overcoming your OCD.

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Yvonne Arias

Yvonne Arias

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been working for the past 23 years with valuable experience obtained at the Rogers Behavioral Health Clinic where I treated people for OCD, trauma, anxiety, and depression. I’ve also worked in community mental health centers helping people with a wide variety of challenging disorders. I specialize in treating OCD, using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help you get your life back. ERP exercises can be challenging but ultimately empower you to live your best life.

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Tiffany Merritt

Tiffany Merritt

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

For over 10 years, I’ve worked as a licensed therapist helping people overcome severe cases of OCD and substance abuse. My experience has been gained working within an inpatient psych facility and chemical dependency centers along with my own private practice. Being an OCD specialist means that I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. ERP can be challenging, but by balancing compassion and a little push, ERP can do tremendous things for you.

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Arielle  Speer

Arielle Speer

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I'm very humanistic. I believe your treatment should be guided by you. I encourage you to have compassion for yourself as you learn to recognize that you are not your thoughts. When I'm not doing therapy, I enjoy acrylic painting. I love doing 'dirty pours,' where you pour a bunch of paints together on a canvas, and a piece begins to take the shape of its very own unique, individual self.

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Margaret Pricejones

Margaret Pricejones

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

As a therapist, first and foremost, I provide support and empathy. Then I'll teach you techniques to manage your OCD. Outside of work, I'm a big biker. I bike everywhere for transportation.

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Scott Serpa

Scott Serpa

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

As a therapist, I use a non-judgmental, strengths-oriented, evidence-based approach. I'll meet you where you're at, get to know you, and we'll work together as a team to identify the goals and interventions that will help you reach those goals. When I'm not working or spending time with family or friends, I'm outside hiking or spending time in the natural world here in the Northeast. That's where I'm most relaxed and happiest.

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Jen Locke

Jen Locke

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

As a therapist, number one, I'm a non-judgmental listener. I hope that sitting with me is like sitting with a friend or a coach who can help you by listening. I'll give feedback, but this is your therapy—you will be deciding what you're going to be doing in your life. Some fun facts about me: I love to exercise and be outside. One of my passions is yoga. Especially during the summertime, you'll find me outside doing yoga, either in my backyard or at a park.

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Faran Asen

Faran Asen

Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I'm very collaborative and direct. I like to meet people where they're at. I like coming up with really unique exposures and making sure that we're doing what feels right for you. I try to make sessions light-hearted, when possible, because there's a lot of anxiety and fear involved in OCD. A fun fact about me: Outside of work, I'm a watercolor artist and have exhibited my paintings in shows.

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Jennifer  Beardslee

Jennifer Beardslee

Licensed Therapist, Ed.S

As a therapist, I try to create an empathetic, non-judgmental space where people can feel comfortable opening up. I like to let you lead. I will meet you where you are, then help you find your own wisdom within yourself. Outside of work, I live right by the ocean, so I love to do all the activities that allows me to do—paddle boarding, swimming, and exploring marine life and animals.

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Lilyvette Perez

Lilyvette Perez

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My approach is focused on helping individuals better understand and work through uncomfortable feelings in a safe environment. We are all unique, and the ways we cope can be learned and unlearned. Sometimes we just need a bit of guidance. Outside of work, I love nature and spending time outdoors. I spend a lot of my free time learning, hiking, going to the beach, and exercising.

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