Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

Trusted OCD Specialists in
Oregon

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

Sandra Stubbs

Sandra Stubbs

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I take an integrative approach to treating OCD. I like to get to know people through conversation. I'm a doctor of psychology, so members will learn quite a bit of information regarding their mental well-being during our interactions. As a therapist, I understand the importance of self-care. When I'm not working, I like to take long walks, play the piano, sing, and converse with others.

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Tracie Howell

Tracie Howell

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

My approach to treating OCD is first to build a connection. OCD has been controlling you to trust intrusive thoughts and give in to certain compulsions. In treatment, I'll ask you to trust me and the work we'll be doing with exposure response prevention (ERP). Building a positive rapport and ensuring you feel safe is key. I'll always meet you where you are and help you see your strength and power as you take control of OCD. Some fun facts about me: In 2023, I moved to the mountains of North Carolina. I enjoy nature, sports, live music, playing with my dog, and cooking. I'm always researching new things to cook or prepare with my smoker. If I weren't a therapist, I might've been inclined to open a small restaurant.

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Shauna Pichette

Shauna Pichette

Licensed Therapist, LPC

My career as a licensed counselor and therapist has allowed me to help people of all ages. I began helping people as an in-home clinician in Mississippi before moving to Wisconsin. I worked at a residential facility for kids with OCD and now provide specialized OCD treatment with NOCD. During our sessions, we'll be using Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. I've seen how ERP can transform a person and help get their life back. I can treat any OCD subtype using ERP, so whatever you're struggling with, I can help.

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Erica Callicoatte Villanueva

Erica Callicoatte Villanueva

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I'm going on 6 years as a licensed therapist, and now specialize in treating OCD. I've built my experience doing outpatient work, treating adults facing substance abuse and opioid addiction. My past experiences have taught me how to handle any type of challenge, and now that I specialize in OCD treatment, I can use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to treat any OCD subtype.

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Smita Kapoor

Smita Kapoor

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

Growing up in India, I witnessed firsthand how mental health issues were often stigmatized and misunderstood. One of my family members struggles with OCD; observing their challenges deeply impacted me. My diverse areas of expertise empower me to support individuals with OCD facing a wide range of challenges, including depression, anxiety, trauma, and substance abuse. I am a certified EMDR therapist and am pursuing certification as a sex therapist. My goal is to foster a more informed and accepting attitude toward mental health, both within my community and beyond.

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Shawna Ecklind

Shawna Ecklind

Licensed Therapist, LMFT

I’m specialized in treating OCD with training from leading clinicians at NOCD. My experience ranges from treating depression, anxiety, and complex trauma in a variety of environments. I’m a huge fan of evidence-based treatments, such as Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. ERP is extensively researched and shown to be incredibly effective for OCD treatment. Having worked in the foster care system, I can treat adults as well as ages 14 years old and up.

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Elizabeth Keating

Elizabeth Keating

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I have over 15 years of licensed experience, specializing in OCD treatment with NOCD with a background in treating body-focused repetitive behavior. I’ve helped people overcome their anxiety and depression, with additional experience in crisis & trauma work, and have guided people dealing with ADHD, eating disorders, and so much more. To treat your OCD, I will use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy. One of my favorite things about ERP is how effective it is, and how quickly people can reduce the behaviors that lead to their anxiety.

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Carol Dunning

Carol Dunning

Licensed Therapist, MSW

As a therapist, I’ll make sure you feel safe. You can trust me. I know it's really hard to talk about some of the stuff that goes on inside your mind. I also like to make therapy fun—and it can be a lot of fun when you're learning how to master your thoughts. When I'm not doing therapy, I have a couple of German shepherds that I like to go hiking with, and I love swimming.

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Tim Flaharty

Tim Flaharty

Licensed Therapist, LPCC

As a therapist, the first big piece I work on is developing a connection with the person I'm working with, so we can establish trust. I take time to learn about you—the story of who you are, how you've gotten to where you are now, and what you want for the future. From there, we start looking into more of the techniques that will sever the connection between the things you're doing that aren't helping you and your anxiety. A fun fact about me: I have an undergraduate degree in theater, which is something I've always been interested in.

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Kimberlee Glassner

Kimberlee Glassner

Licensed Therapist, MS

As a therapist, I really try to orient the people I work with to the nature of OCD, and why ERP works and other therapies don't. You'll learn about the fear structure and how to break the OCD cycle. A fun fact about me: I'm from Wyoming—I've lived there my whole life—and I like to get out, enjoy the outdoors and go on camping trips when the weather allows.

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Carletta Nance

Carletta Nance

Licensed Therapist, MA

In treating OCD, I am committed, patient, and encouraging throughout the process. I tell everyone who comes to therapy that this can be hard, but it's worth it. Nothing comes easy. Therapy is about committing to work on yourself so you can have a better quality of life. Some facts about me: I am a cancer survivor, the oldest of six siblings, a big fan of yoga and meditation, and I love adrenaline and adventure. You name it, and I probably have done it or will do it!

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Mitchell Mcdonald

Mitchell Mcdonald

Licensed Therapist, MSSW

I believe in approaching any mental health condition holistically, looking at all aspects of your life that contribute to your current functioning. I utilize a strengths-based approach to empower you to make changes while addressing challenges. In addition to OCD, I have treated substance abuse issues and worked in corrections and in foster care. I have always enjoyed assisting people with high levels of need. I cherish being able to sit with people going through the hardest times of their lives; it's an honor to be trusted in that way.

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Wendy Durant

Wendy Durant

Licensed Therapist, MED

My therapeutic approach involves using ERP, an evidenced-based treatment approach to create a supportive, nonjudgmental, collaborative, didactic, therapeutic space to treat OCD. In addition to being a therapist supporting clients with OCD, I’m a wife, boy mom, and dog mom (I have three dogs: two toy poodles and a cocker spaniel). I love to travel and experience new cultures and places, spend time with my family and friends, and read. I am actively involved with my sorority and volunteer as a crisis counselor with LBGT+ youth.

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Michael Britt

Michael Britt

Licensed Therapist, MS

I have lived experience with anxiety and depression, which made me want to help others face their fears. My approach to OCD involves helping you understand you have power in your treatment. In my sessions, there is no judgment. I believe every emotion is important, no matter how small it may seem. Together, we are on a journey to address what's happening in your life. In addition to OCD, my professional areas of focus include trauma, depression, mood disorders, and personality disorders.

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Chantelle  Estil

Chantelle Estil

Licensed Therapist, MSW

I'm passionate about understanding people's emotions and helping them navigate their unique struggles toward healing and resilience. I specialize in OCD because I find the complexity of the disorder fascinating, and I'm driven to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected. My approach to treating OCD is evidence-based and collaborative. I'll provide compassionate guidance as you face the challenges associated with OCD. I'll respect your pace and will never pressure you into attempting anything that doesn't feel comfortable or aligned with your readiness.

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