Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

Trusted OCD Specialists in
New York

Meet our licensed OCD therapists available for live video sessions in New York. We accept many insurance plans, including Cigna, Aetna, United Healthcare, and BCBS to treat OCD and related conditions in New York City, Buffalo, Rochester, and surrounding areas. We also offer many affordable options to help people access treatment if we don't accept their insurance.

Madina Alam

Madina Alam

Director of Therapist Engagement

When I started treating OCD, I quickly realized how much this type of work means to me because I had to learn how to be okay with discomfort and uncertainty myself. I’ve been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2016. My graduate work is in mental health counseling, and I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it’s the gold standard of OCD treatment.

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Mary Van Voorhis

Mary Van Voorhis

Licensed Therapist, LCSW-R

I'm passionate about helping people with OCD improve their quality of life. As a therapist, I enjoy empowering people so they can manage their symptoms outside of therapy. I've been practicing as a licensed therapist since 2014. I believe that Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy is the most beneficial therapy for a person with OCD.

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Theresa Barton

Theresa Barton

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I have an extensive background in helping people face their challenges. I’ve worked in social services, community service settings and have worked with many people dealing with their anxiety. Jumping into the field of OCD specialist was a natural step forward, and by using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, I can show you how to manage your OCD and get your life back.

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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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Meghin Tobin

Meghin Tobin

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

My years of experience working in private practice, a psychiatric hospital, and non-profit organizations has prepared me to become a therapist that specializes in OCD. I can handle any OCD challenge that you're facing thanks to Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, the most effective treatment for any OCD subtype. ERP can make a person feel exposed as they face their fears, but I’m here to help you walk through your journey.

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Mary Kay Rose

Mary Kay Rose

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I have over 15 years of practice in treating mental health, and now I specialize in OCD. I've worked in a community agency and mental health facilities where I've treated children as young as 3 and adults up to 90 years old. Most of my cases focused on trauma and substance abuse, in addition to OCD, and have taught me how to treat even the most troubling of mental health challenges. During our sessions, I'll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat you. ERP is proven to be effective against all OCD subtypes, so whatever challenge you're facing, I can help.

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Jennifer Dalimonte

Jennifer Dalimonte

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’ve been a therapist for over a decade, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I’ve worked in outpatient clinics, treatment centers, and community-based programs. I’ve handled mood disorders, complex trauma, and OCD cases, even working with children and their families to overcome mental health challenges. I appreciate the Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy we’ll use during sessions because the treatment is evidence and research-based. I’ve seen people respond well to ERP, and I hope I’ll be able to help you using ERP.

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Paige Geraghty

Paige Geraghty

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I’m going on 10 years as a licensed therapist and clinical social worker, and now I specialize in treating OCD. I’ve gained my experience working in an outpatient mental health clinic while also managing outpatient family therapy. The tools that I’ll use come from Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is a structured and effective treatment that allows you to see your progress clearly and quickly. It’ll take some work on your end to make gains but with my guidance, I know you can do it.

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Judith Steverson

Judith Steverson

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I’ve been a therapist for the past 5 years, and after being trained by top OCD clinicians at NOCD, I now specialize in treating OCD. I have additional experience treating people for trauma, anxiety, and depression. gaining my experience by working for the department of social services, the SAVED Foundation, and providing online teletherapy. When we work together in sessions, I’ll show you how Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy can help you overcome your obsessions.

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Suraiya Shah

Suraiya Shah

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been a therapist for about 6 years, working as a psychotherapist treating OCD as well as anxiety, depression, trauma, and more. I'll use techniques from Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to show you how to not rely on compulsions to relieve your anxiety. You’ll be asked to come face to face with your obsessions so you can learn how to overcome your OCD. This will be challenging, but with my guidance, I can show you how to do it while building your confidence along the way.

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Amanda Contento

Amanda Contento

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’ve been practicing as a therapist for over 5 years. With NOCD, I specialize in treating OCD after receiving training for top OCD clinicians. I have worked in a substance abuse inpatient program, and have run my private practice where I’ve helped people in my community over mental health challenges. During sessions, I’ll guide you through Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy as you’re exposed to your fears and anxiety so you can feel better.

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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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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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Patricia Sinclair

Patricia Sinclair

Licensed Therapist, LISW-S

I specialize in OCD treatment using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, with over 25 years of experience as a licensed therapist. In addition to helping people overcome their OCD, I’ve done extensive trauma work and crisis support along with treating depression, trichotillomania (hair-pulling), anxiety, and much more. When it comes to treating OCD symptoms, ERP is a game changer. I’ve seen many people get their life back using exposure exercises. My goal is to help you achieve the same thing.

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Blimie Hoffman

Blimie Hoffman

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

In therapy, first and foremost, I like to develop a relationship with the person I'm working with. I try to create a safe, open environment where you can feel comfortable telling me whenever you need to tell me. Outside of work, I love nature and dogs. I've never had one, but that's one of my dreams: to one day get a dog.

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Caroline Reis

Caroline Reis

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

With OCD, it can take a long time to get that correct treatment—you may have gone from therapist to therapist not really getting exactly what you need. I like to educate people I'm working with on that diagnosis and what that means for treatment. There is hope. There is an effective treatment for OCD, and there are a lot of things we can work on. Outside of work, I have three kids, and like to run. It's how I keep myself physically and mentally healthy.

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Nicole O'Brien

Nicole O'Brien

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I work to create a space that is non-judgmental, open, warm, and compassionate. This is your space. You're in control of what you want to do or don't want to do. It's a place where you can feel comfortable. Outside of work, I'm a huge animal person, and I don't discriminate against what type of animal it is—dog, cat, fish, lizard or guinea pig. You're always welcome to show me your little fuzzy, scaly, or slimy friends.

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LISA DE GUZMAN

LISA DE GUZMAN

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

First and foremost, I want you to feel like you're heard and not judged. You're not alone in this; there is help. I will help you build confidence and a new skill set—you can develop the skills to live a really healthy life. A fun fact about me: My new self-care activity is transforming a Ford Transit so my husband and I can spend time in nature and settle back into the universe. It's a beautiful thing.

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Ryan Ventillo

Ryan Ventillo

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

As a therapist, I am authentic, compassionate, and caring. Empathy and open communication are important, and I take the time to listen and understand. I like to set specific goals and use measurable instruments so we can understand where we started and where we're going. Some fun facts about me: I've traveled to more than half of the United States. I'm a big outdoorsy type of person and love going on hikes and to national parks.

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Anna Newton

Anna Newton

Licensed Therapist, LPC

As a therapist, I want you to be comfortable and feel cared for, to feel like you can talk to me like you're talking to a friend. I'm here for you. You're going to be okay, and you're in good hands. We're in this together. Some fun facts about me: I love animals and have two cats and two dogs. I was in the Air Force and once got a chance to go to Antarctica on a scientific mission.

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Tara Rossine

Tara Rossine

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I always try to lead with empathy and support. I truly believe you're the expert on your own life, so I want to put you in the driver's seat. I always make sure we're learning skills in session, so you have kind of a toolbox to use until we meet again. When I'm not doing therapy, I love to cook. I'm always in the kitchen, coming up with new vegetarian recipes or desserts. I'm always down to bake a pie or experiment with food. That's how I do self-care.

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Makayla Gerhardt

Makayla Gerhardt

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My first priority as a therapist is to build trust. I know the thoughts you're having might be distressing. You can tell me anything. I won't judge you, and I will meet you where you're at, as an individual. Some fun facts about me: Every week, I get a Netflix DVD—yes, a physical DVD—sent to me. I love cinema. I also love watching The Price Is Right. I think I'm an older woman inside.

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Kari Wolsky

Kari Wolsky

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

As a therapist, I strive to be warm, authentic, encouraging, and empowering. I find joy and fulfillment in helping others to find and fulfill their purpose and to live fully. A fun fact about me: I have been singing and performing since about the age of 7 and grew up singing country-western music. I sing different types of music, from classical to R & B, and play the piano, drums, and guitar.

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Leana DeVoe

Leana DeVoe

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

As a therapist, I believe it's hard to sustain our day-to-day lives by ourselves. I tend to ground therapy in helping to create and foster connections and support systems, so you don't feel as isolated at the end of therapy as you did in the beginning. I like to get a good understanding of what your OCD looks like on a day-to-day basis. We'll use ERP to confront and cope with those thoughts constructively, setting realistic goals. Outside of work, I enjoy being with my three cats. They are my happy place at the end of the day. When I'm not with my cats, I'm typically enjoying a theme park. Universal Studios, Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, you name it, I try to be there.

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Amalia Sirica

Amalia Sirica

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

My approach as a therapist is to be gentle, compassionate, and patient. But at the same time, we want to get you better. I am solution-focused and empowerment-based—our goal is to get you feeling good and standing on your own. When I'm not doing therapy, I really love to dance. It's my favorite thing in the world.

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Christopher Leonard

Christopher Leonard

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I understand that your thoughts, triggers, or compulsions are all unique to you. I know it can be extremely hard to share them. I make a point to understand each person's particular experience as well as I possibly can. I believe that we can only improve the ERP work we do together. A little bit about me: I love all things music! I also enjoy going to the gym and trying new restaurants.

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Sara Kucker

Sara Kucker

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

I take a very kind and gentle approach to treating OCD. I am very supportive and nonjudgmental in session; I want to make people feel as comfortable as possible expressing their thoughts. I also like to use humor in my work when appropriate. Outside of work, you can find me with all of my pets. I have two beagles and a kitten. My husband is a veterinarian and is quick to bring home animals who need homes. Every once in a while, you might even see a pet make an appearance in a session!

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Jenna Feuerstein

Jenna Feuerstein

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

As an OCD therapist, I use person-centered approaches, empathy, acceptance, and kindness to build rapport with the people I support. I love supporting others in making huge changes in their lives and being one of their biggest cheerleaders in success. Outside of work, I'm a pretty big foodie. I love to try new things, even if I know there's a probability I won't like it. My current favorite food is ramen. I recently adopted a dog named Dakota, who loves all people—and loves to get all the treats he can.

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Mena Soliman

Mena Soliman

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I'm a direct and collaborative therapist. I will not force you to do anything you are uncomfortable with, but I will push you when necessary. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family, watching mindless shows together. I also enjoy dancing, singing and reading. When the weather permits, I like to go hiking and biking.

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Angela Knoeller

Angela Knoeller

Licensed Therapist, LCSW-R

I'm an empathetic therapist who has compassion for each person’s experience. I also take a practical stance and reiterate how you can help yourself. I am there to guide and encourage. The mix of compassion and accountability is a helpful approach in treating OCD. When I'm not doing therapy, I love attending concerts as much as possible. Dancing and listening to live music (especially from the '80s and '90s) energize me. I also love taking walks in nature—I'm an avid bird watcher, and exercising outside just feels better.

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Michele Anuszkiewicz

Michele Anuszkiewicz

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

Although anyone diagnosed with OCD has met certain defined criteria, no two members are the same. Taking the time to really listen to what's causing each person's distress is essential to creating a treatment plan customized to the individual. My goal is for you to make the decisions that control your life, not your OCD. A fun fact about me: My travel goal is to visit all the islands in the Beach Boys song 'Kokomo'.

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Monica Natarajan

Monica Natarajan

Licensed Therapist, MS

My approach to treating OCD is collaborative and empathetic. I pride myself in empowering the people I work with. When I'm not doing therapy, I enjoy traveling all over the world and learning about different cultures. I especially enjoy going on cruises with my family.

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Nouelle Dorrow

Nouelle Dorrow

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

Treatment begins with getting to know each other, so you can be able to take risks from the safety of the therapeutic setting. I'm on your team as you face your fears and anxieties—both inside and outside therapy. When I'm not at work, I enjoy spending time outdoors, especially running and walking—they're great ways to explore my surroundings, both near home and when I'm traveling.

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Scott Silver

Scott Silver

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I take the time to listen to my members and collaborate with them to create an effective treatment plan, utilizing ERP to assist them in overcoming their intrusive thoughts and fears. I also utilize other methods, such as ACT and mindfulness, where I see fit. A fun fact about me: In another life, I would've been a veterinarian. I absolutely love dogs, particularly Labradoodles. I will often go to a dog park just so I can play with other people’s dogs. I have yet to get my own, but that will soon change!

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Veronica Finnegan

Veronica Finnegan

Licensed Therapist, MS

As your OCD therapist, my goal is to be a consistent presence who will instill hope and guide you through the step-by-step and exciting process of walking head-on into your fears, realizing you can do it, and getting to the other side. Outside of work, I love spending time with my 11-year-old son and playing sports, singing, dancing, and playing with our pet bunny. I have just published my first book, Giving Birth Doesn’t Make You a Mother: A Guide to Conscious, Healing, and Transformative Parenting.

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Marissa Friedberg

Marissa Friedberg

Licensed Therapist, MS

Starting therapy can be difficult, and finding the right therapist is essential. My goal as a therapist is to provide a safe, nurturing space to help you reach your goals. Treating OCD is collaborative, and we will take this journey together. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time outdoors, and taking long walks with my dog. I also enjoy working out. I see a boxing trainer about once a week. It's fun and helps to relieve stress.

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Lisa Carroll

Lisa Carroll

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I am very well trained in ERP, which is the evidence-based practice for OCD. My approach is to get a good assessment of how thoughts are not compatible with people’s values and beliefs. I will ask questions about how these thoughts feel, manifest themselves, and create rituals that are designed to neutralize these disturbing thoughts. Then I help people create their own understanding of how to begin to eliminate or significantly reduce the time spent on the thoughts and the intensity of the feeling evoked by them, and get their lives back. In my free time outside of work, I enjoy boat rides with friends, camping, hiking, crafting, quilting, crocheting, and thrifting.

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Joe Ramsey

Joe Ramsey

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

My approach to treating OCD is one of collaboration and aligning with the member to create a solid therapeutic relationship. Some fun facts about me: I'm a huge fan of Star Trek (all of it). I'm also a huge fan of Star Wars (the original trilogy; the new stuff, not so much). I'm also a huge tech guy—I love video games, historical documentaries, and puppies!

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Anna Dufford

Anna Dufford

Licensed Therapist, MS

I am here to support you in regaining your life, not to enable OCD. I will ask you to do hard things like challenging the obsessions and compulsions, in the service of empowering you to overcome OCD. Outside of work, I love all things outdoors—hiking, running, camping, off-roading. A fun fact about me: I did a little exposure by signing up for Tough Mudder and Spartan races. They offer the opportunity to challenge fears, and finding out you’re more capable than you thought is the best feeling.

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Amara Caimitte

Amara Caimitte

Licensed Therapist, MS

I am patient and structured with my approach to therapy, always looking to learn and expand with you. Outside of work, I very much enjoy hiking, museums, Japanese language and culture, and a great bowl of ramen.

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Shaniece Robotham

Shaniece Robotham

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

My approach to treating OCD is collaborative, emphasizing the development of awareness regarding obsessions and compulsions while facilitating strategies for individuals to live with and manage them. Outside of my professional work, I enjoy reading and cherish spending quality time with my family, which allows me to recharge and maintain a balanced life.

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Daniel Papandrea

Daniel Papandrea

Licensed Therapist, MA

My approach to treating OCD involves building a strong therapeutic relationship where we can work in collaboration and you feel comfortable and empowered. You know yourself best, and I will meet you where you're at. In my downtime, I enjoy practicing jujitsu (I've been doing it for over 25 years), hiking, traveling, spending time with my family, and marathon-watching my favorite shows and movies.

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Chris Shakalis

Chris Shakalis

Associate Therapist, MS

OCD therapy is a collaborative process. We will work together to achieve the objectives we've set. You must be committed and engaged in the process for results to be achieved. I will do my best to help you to help yourself. Outside of work, traveling with my family is at the top of the list of fun things to do. I’ve lived and worked in five countries and have visited 45.

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Diana Matthiessen

Diana Matthiessen

Associate Therapist, LMSW

I approach treating OCD with a great deal of enthusiasm and compassion. I'm strengths-based and client-centered. If you've shown up for therapy at NOCD, you've already taken a huge step toward getting back to the life you want. I'm mainly here to provide support, encouragement, and knowledge as you choose how you want to live your life. Outside of work, I love baking (mainly cookies), spending time outside, and watching reality TV. My favorite fun fact to share is that I know how to unicycle.

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Allison Patsos

Allison Patsos

Licensed Therapist, MSW

As a therapist, I'm nonjudgmental, compassionate, and understanding, infusing humor and connection into sessions. My members feel motivated, supported, and ready to do the work. Outside of therapy, I love making things, learning, and growing. I place high value on my relationships with friends and family and nurture them as much as I can. A fun fact about me: I sang on a children’s album when I was 9. Ask me if you want more details!

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Michelle Shenk

Michelle Shenk

Licensed Therapist, MED

I have a warm, collaborative therapy style and bring that to every member I work with. As members with OCD learn to face the things they fear through ERP, I am there to support them and help them recognize their own strength and resilience. I seek to embrace people’s whole selves, recognizing that different aspects of their identities and lives impact the specific challenges that they are entering therapy to address. I work with people, not just a diagnosis. When I'm not at work, I am happiest outside, whether biking through city parks, hiking in the mountains, swimming at the beach, or just relaxing in a sunny spot. I also enjoy reading novels, sketching, and learning to play the piano (the last one is definitely a work in progress!).

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Sophia Koukoulis

Sophia Koukoulis

Licensed Therapist, MA

My approach to OCD is collaborative. We will work together to treat your OCD. I want to help my members open up about things that feel uncomfortable to face, sit with, or even understand. At NOCD, we use ERP therapy, the most effective modality for treating OCD. When I'm not doing therapy, I like to teach yoga, read, and spend time outside. I also like to spend time with family and friends and watch scary movies. These hobbies ensure that I have fun outside of work and help me feel grounded.

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Danielle Wolman

Danielle Wolman

Licensed Therapist, MS

I believe one of the most important functions of a therapist is to create a connection in session, so you feel like you can open up and just be yourself. My approach is warm and down to earth. I will work diligently to understand your unique story and lived experience. This is a two-way street; therapy works best when there is an open line of communication. I have training and expertise, but you know best what works and what doesn’t. Outside of work, I love going to live music events, my favorite museums in NYC like the Whitney, and watching movies ranging from classic cinema to horror. A fun fact about me: Before the days of Netflix and streaming, I was a clerk in a video store called Video Ranger.

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Melissa Jackson

Melissa Jackson

Licensed Therapist, MS

The most important aspect of any therapy is the therapeutic relationship. My approach will always start with establishing a trusting foundation. We will be in this together. Even though we'll hit the ground running—with education about OCD and exposures—we will start small and grow one step at a time. Outside of my work as a therapist, I enjoy spending time with my teenage son and our four dogs. I also love to read, watch movies and TV, go for walks, and meditate. I believe in the power of meditation/mindfulness and recently became a certified meditation teacher.

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Joy Mikles

Joy Mikles

Licensed Therapist, MA

I do my best to create a non-judgmental, holding space that gives the member and me the opportunity to collaborate on facing triggers and delaying responses that normally keep people stuck in the OCD loop. Some of my favorite things to do outside of work are to read silly romance novels, play board games, and take vacations to the beach.

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Jonathan Schwartz

Jonathan Schwartz

Licensed Master Social Worker, LMSW

As a career-changer from New York who's had a variety of experiences, I like to think I've seen it all and nothing shocks me. I want to assure anyone who comes to me seeking help that I will accept them without judgment. I will listen and offer unconditional support in our work together and will help OCD sufferers begin to break free of the unwanted thoughts and compulsions that have dominated their lives. Outside of work, you can often find me playing with my mini-schnauzer in my local park (you may see him in sessions sometimes), or in the kitchen, trying out new recipes. A fun fact about me: I have a culinary degree and have worked as a trained chef and baker.

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Emily Couzins

Emily Couzins

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I pride myself on creating a judgment-free and safe space for my members. My approach to OCD is no different. I know how challenging it is to manage intrusive thoughts, and we'll take this process step-by-step, on your terms. I'll help you identify your values and develop exposures involving things that are important to you. Outside of work, I love to spend time in nature. My hobbies include gardening, hiking, and all things plants. I have two cats, Marty and Jessie, whom you might see pop into our session to say hello!

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Sean McNally

Sean McNally

Licensed Therapist, MMFC

My approach to treating OCD is to use exposure and response prevention techniques while holding an empathetic and non-judgmental posture. This gives us a clear roadmap to follow as we work to interrupt the OCD cycle. Together, we'll examine the obsessions and compulsions you're experiencing, identify your core fears, and create a hierarchy of exposures. I genuinely feel so hopeful about this work—it will empower you to create new neural pathways and break free from OCD. When I'm not doing therapy, I enjoy cycling, playing bass guitar, shooting film photography, and spending time in nature with my family.

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Shannon Graepel

Shannon Graepel

Licensed Therapist, MA

People are not OCD—they have OCD. I tailor OCD treatment toward my members' individual experiences, rather than just the disorder itself. The road to success starts with taking action to reach the goal. I don’t believe in getting it right the first time, or that anything will ever go perfectly. I love the complexity we have as humans and what makes us unique. Outside of work, I have two pet bunnies, and I enjoy taking spontaneous small adventures like going to a unique coffee shop or doing a ropes course. I also play video games and enjoy creative projects such as painting or woodcarving.

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Natacha Zanzeluk

Natacha Zanzeluk

Mental Health Counselor

I take an empathetic, responsible, and concrete approach to treating OCD. I love to see members communicate and feel more connected with themselves and the world. A fun fact about me: My best friend is Jamie, my German Shepherd rescue dog. We enjoy nature walks, looking at mushrooms and different plants.

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Jessica Sowle

Jessica Sowle

Mental Health Counselor

I take a non-judgmental and compassionate approach to therapy. It's important to create a safe space and trusting relationship. I will always be there to be supportive but firm when needed. If you're willing to do only what’s easy, life will be hard. But if you're willing to do what’s hard, life will be easy. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family and three Goldendoodles - Maddi, Fonzi, and Maci. Most of my time is spent racing between sporting events for my two boys who love football, soccer, and wrestling, so I may know a little about sports. I also love being outside when the weather is nice, and I love a good shopping trip.

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Christina Vocaturo

Christina Vocaturo

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I'm an empathetic and compassionate clinician. I work with people to help them identify their goals for treatment, using my skills and experience to help them reach their goals. Outside of work, I have two young and energetic Labrador Retrievers that keep me busy. I love the ocean, learning new things, and spending time with family and friends.

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Wilda Rodriguez-Barnett

Wilda Rodriguez-Barnett

Licensed Therapist, MSW

In our sessions, I'll listen to you closely, and we'll target the issues and areas we need to work on so you can function at your optimum level. Outside of work, I love to travel, listen to music and go dancing. I have a great sense of humor and a dog that I love; she's a shih-tzu named Bella.

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Tara Wight

Tara Wight

Limited Permit Mental Health Counselor

As a therapist, I like to be a curious observer, right along with you, in approaching and understanding how OCD shows up for you. Although ERP sessions are quite structured compared to typical talk therapy sessions, the work will be tailored to your experience. Like many other NOCD therapists, my approach is creative, collaborative, and person-centered. Outside of work, I like drawing, painting, rearranging my apartment, indoor rock climbing, and staring blankly at my guitar trying to understand how chords work. Recently I’ve been trying to challenge myself to try things that are new to me. I like telling myself that if I’m scared, to do it scared, and that usually helps me keep at it!

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Toni Spera

Toni Spera

Licensed Therapist, MS

My goal is to help people live the life they want for themselves, whatever that may be. In treating OCD, my hope is to help people reclaim their lives and find empowerment in that journey. Outside of work, I deeply enjoy connecting to the natural world. Whether that means hiking, boating, spelunking, going to the beach, or just taking a walk outside, I'm happiest outside, connecting with nature.

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Kristyn Donnelly

Kristyn Donnelly

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

I'm a person-centered therapist. I'll focus on your individual challenges and goals, using evidence-based treatment to help move you toward the life you want to live. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, walking my dogs, and baking.

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Gaby Tassielli

Gaby Tassielli

Licensed Therapist, MA

Exposure-Response Prevention is the treatment modality used to treat OCD. As your therapist, I will always take a humanistic approach, providing a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space to create and maintain a healthy therapeutic relationship. A fun fact about me: My pets are my life. One day, I hope to incorporate my animals into the therapeutic treatment and provide animal-assisted therapy.

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Dominique  Sampson

Dominique Sampson

Licensed Therapist, MS

My approach to your OCD treatment is centered on understanding and empathy. I bring a calm confidence and firm guidance to help you reach your goals. With me, you can expect consistent praise and encouragement, with a focus on overcoming your fears. Together we'll navigate the process of comparing anticipated fears to actual outcomes, fostering resilience and progress tailored to your individual experience. Beyond my role as a therapist, I find true happiness in the world of music. Singing is more than a hobby for me; it's where my heart feels most alive. When I'm not immersed in the therapeutic journey, you'll catch me on family vacations, creating cherished memories with my loved ones—especially with my one-year-old son, who brings so much joy and laughter into our lives.

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Shannon France

Shannon France

Licensed Therapist, MS

I view people on a holistic level, seeing them for who they are, what they value, and learning about their hopes and dreams. Forming meaningful connections with others helps me better understand how to support individuals who are working toward their personal goals. My goal is to help people regain power and autonomy in their lives while eliminating the power of OCD. Outside of work, I'm a musician, an artist, and a writer. I love incorporating creativity into my life and often gravitate toward fun, colorful crafts. Recently, I've been sewing as a way to stay connected with my grandmother. I love nature, going on walks, exploring new places, and snuggling with my cat Bambino.

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