Meet our licensed OCD therapists available for live video sessions in Montana. We accept many insurance plans, including Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare, and BCBS to treat OCD and related conditions in Billings, Missoula, Bozeman, and surrounding areas. We also offer many affordable options to help people access treatment if we don't accept their insurance.
I would describe myself as a kind-hearted drill sergeant. I bring compassion, understanding, and support to the therapy room, but I am also firm and direct. You can expect loads of sarcasm and humor. If we can laugh at OCD, it loses much of its power. After years of training and experience, I realized I had experienced obsessive compulsive tendencies since I was a child. These experiences help me understand where members are coming from, and work with them to develop a creative treatment plan that gets the results they want.Read more
I specialize in OCD as a licensed therapist. My experience with OCD has developed while working in partial hospitalization and therapeutic school settings. I would treat OCD when exhibited in combination with other mental health challenges such as depression, suicidal ideation, and mood disorders. I would use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help people minimize their fears while working to decrease the severity of their symptoms. With NOCD, I’ll use ERP to help you overcome your OCD.Read more
As a therapist, I tend to take a somewhat gentle approach, although that depends on our treatment goals—I can be direct and forward, or more gentle. When I'm not doing therapy, I love the outdoors—kayaking, hiking, biking, and really anything you can think of to do outside.Read more
I recognize that not every person is the same; we all have unique situations and struggles that brought us to where we are today. I aim to empower people with the tools they need to move beyond the place where they're stuck. Outside of work, I love to read, garden, travel, and spend time with family. I love cats; I've been told I’m fast on my way to becoming 'that cat lady.'Read more