Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

OCD Specialists in
Memphis, Tennessee

Kelsey Callahan

Kelsey Callahan

Licensed Therapist, Professional Counselor

I began my career working with people suffering from eating disorders, and I learned how many of them also had OCD. Since then, I've wanted to help people with OCD get back to doing the things they want to do with the people they care about. I've been a therapist since 2015, graduating from Marquette University. I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy because it's proven to work as a treatment for every OCD subtype.

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Georgiana Coffman

Georgiana Coffman

Licensed Therapist, LICSW

I’ve been a licensed therapist for over 8 years, and specialize in the treatment of OCD. I built my career doing clinical work, treating veterans for PTSD, and helping families deal with unique challenges. Now I use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy to help anyone with OCD deal with their symptoms. ERP goes right after the problems you’re facing and shows you how to remove your dependency on compulsions so you can live freely with less anxiety and more joy.

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Jason  Gibbs

Jason Gibbs

Licensed Therapist, Ph.D.

As a therapist, I try to create a welcoming, warm environment. When I first meet with someone, I like to start off by finding out what they want to get out of therapy. I'll craft a treatment plan with you based on that, realizing that other concerns can arise on a week-to-week basis. Outside of work, I'm a big fan of rock and metal music and love going to concerts. I also have three sugar gliders that I've had for about seven years. They are miniature flying squirrels, basically. So during our sessions, if there's ever any weird chirping that comes through a wall in the background, that's probably what you're hearing.

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Laken Schang

Laken Schang

Licensed Therapist, LCSW

As a therapist, I like to be very open and organic, letting things flow in session. I want you to feel safe in talking about the struggles that you've dealt with. I like to be fun and upbeat, not always so serious.OCD is hard enough—when you can have a bit of fun and enjoy time with your therapist, it's a bonus. Some fun facts about me: I like to do adventurous activities outdoors, but my favorite thing to do in my free time is watching Korean dramas on TV.

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