Obsessive compulsive disorder - OCD treatment and therapy from NOCD

Trusted OCD Specialists in
Wisconsin

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

Mia Nunez

Mia Nunez

Clinical Director- West Region

After giving birth to my two children, I experienced the type of OCD-like symptoms that many women experience, including having intrusive thoughts of harming who I love. I became motivated to go deeper into learning how to treat OCD. During sessions, you’ll be asked to share your OCD experiences in confidence, but I know how hard it is to explain to someone what your OCD is like. I’ll create a non-judgemental space so you can disclose everything that’s affecting you, Members describe me as warm, direct, and honest. I call myself “solution-focused,” but when there’s an opportunity to have a little fun during a session, I’ll take it. I like to stay in touch with current research and only use treatment proven to work. Together, we’ll bring you to a place of better control and a lot more freedom.

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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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Teda Kokoneshi

Teda Kokoneshi

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

As a therapist that specializes in OCD, I can help you reach your goal of putting your OCD troubles behind you. Before joining NOCD, I spent my career treating severe anxiety and trauma cases, working within community health and hospital environments. I know how debilitating OCD can be, so I'm happy to make Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy available to you in my sessions. ERP is proven to work for all subtypes and is considered the gold standard of OCD treatment.

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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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Nicholas Farrell

Nicholas Farrell

Clinical Director - East Region

For over 15 years, I’ve been offering evidence-based care to people struggling with OCD. I have received specialized OCD training through various clinical training institutions. My experience extends beyond the treatment of OCD, having helped those with obsessive-compulsive spectrum conditions and other anxiety-related problems find a better place in life. Together, we’ll use Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy during sessions to help you get your life back.

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Rosa Pacheco Uscanga

Rosa Pacheco Uscanga

Licensed Therapist, LPC

For the past 3 years, I’ve been working at a partial hospitalization facility where I treated OCD as well as trauma, anxiety, depression, and more. I also have a background in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy, considered the gold standard of OCD treatment. I put my trust in ERP therapy because it’s evidence-based with lots of data and research behind it, but I’ve also seen ERP work for many people during sessions. I think you’ll find the results that you're looking for.

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Heidi Vanderhei

Heidi Vanderhei

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I’ve been working in mental health for over 20 years, working the last few years as a licensed therapist in the state of Florida. Most of my time has been treating people of all ages battling OCD in a residential treatment center. I also have treated many disorders including sudden twitches or “ticks”, skin picking, PTSD, and more. OCD warrants a treatment backed by research and evidence. Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) therapy checks all of those boxes, and provides short and long term progress you can see.

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Ariel Melotik

Ariel Melotik

Licensed Therapist, LPC

I really enjoy working individually with people, helping them meet their goals and creating a safe space. I would describe my treatment style as collaborative: I want to work together with you to make your treatment plan.

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Leah Kawleski

Leah Kawleski

Licensed Therapist, MA

I want therapy with me to feel warm, inviting, and conversational. But I'll also be firm enough to support you with the hard tasks they're doing. Outside of work, I have a one-and-a-half-year-old and a four-month-old, and I love listening to true crime podcasts when I have the time.

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Alyssa Lentz

Alyssa Lentz

Licensed Therapist, MS

I practice what I preach. I'm very open with the people I work with about what we're doing and what my experience with OCD has been. I like to make sure members guide the session as much as they can, and I like to incorporate humor as much as possible to lighten the mood. Outside of work, I like hanging out with my dogs Miko and Flick. A random fun fact about me: My two-year-old child was born in a Texas snowstorm.

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Diandrea Seipel

Diandrea Seipel

Licensed Therapist, LMHC

I take a collaborative and non-judgmental approach to treating OCD. I'm willing to do everything I ask my members to do, and I work to challenge specific core fears so we work at the roots of OCD, not just the branches. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my partner, two children, dog, and cat. I enjoy going on walks and hikes when it isn't too hot, reading, and spending time with friends and family. I also enjoy being around horses whenever possible.

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Anushka Fonseka

Anushka Fonseka

Licensed Therapist, MS

I find the DIAMOND screening tool that we have in place to be a great tool determining if the individual has OCD. If so, building a fear response list and an exposure hierarchy is the standard method I follow to treat OCD. I like to work with individuals and listen to their needs when building this hierarchy. When I'm not doing therapy, I like to enjoy the warmer months outdoors doing activities like kayaking, cycling or hiking. Recently I have gotten into birdwatching. During the colder months I try to cross-country ski.

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David Lewis

David Lewis

Licensed Therapist, MA

I take a person-centered approach to counseling. I believe in a collaborative approach to therapy and encourage member interaction during all stages of treatment. When I'm not doing therapy, I love getting outdoors and traveling. My hobbies include woodworking and music.

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Nate Kretlow

Nate Kretlow

Licensed Therapist, LPC

My approach to OCD treatment is collaborative. I want to empower members to make decisions in their treatment. We'll create a treatment plan together to make sure your goals are reflected in our work. We'll break things down into manageable challenges, rather than taking it on all at once. When I’m not at work, I spend a lot of my time outdoors. I enjoy hiking, boating, fishing, photography, and attending community events.

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Jeana Meyer

Jeana Meyer

Licensed Therapist, MA

My approach to treating OCD is collaborative, respectful, and light-hearted, while understanding how painful, and often devastating and disabling the symptoms are for the sufferer. Outside of work, I like to spend time with friends and family, enjoying food and music, and taking walks in nature with my two border collies, identifying plants, birds, and animals.

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Brianne Birtic

Brianne Birtic

Licensed Therapist, MSW

We are all human. We all have struggles that have made us into the people we are today. My approach to treating OCD includes collaboration, family involvement, compassion, empathy, and a sense of humor. We interact with so many different personalities on a daily basis. Getting to know my members on a personal, more human level is a priority of mine. Outside of work, I have an orange cat named George and a small terrier mix named Dozer. I love all animals, listen to many varieties of music, and have an extensive movie quote memory (to which I may throw into session from time to time).

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Christina  Hauritz

Christina Hauritz

Licensed Therapist, LCMHC

As a therapist, my approach to treating OCD is rooted in empathy, collaboration, and evidence-based interventions. I strive to create a safe and supportive therapeutic environment where members feel heard, understood, and empowered to confront their OCD symptoms and work toward recovery. Outside of work, I cherish spending quality time with my family, enjoying outdoor activities, exploring new places, and simply sharing laughter and stories at home. Being active is also integral to my lifestyle, whether it's hiking, cycling, or powerlifting. One fun fact about me: I've embraced adventure by moving across the country four different times. Each relocation has brought new experiences, challenges, and opportunities for personal growth.

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