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Englewood, Colorado therapist: Dr. Alex Littleton, psychologist
OCD

Dr. Alex Littleton

Psychologist, Licensed Psychologist
Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP)- a type of CBT- is the gold-standard treatment for OCD. We use ERP to treat all varieties of OCD, including contamination OCD, intrusive thoughts, perfectionism, symmetry OCD, harm OCD, scrupulosity OCD, and more.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Englewood, CO 80110
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Englewood, Colorado therapist: Camille L. Reich, marriage and family therapist
OCD

Camille L. Reich

Marriage and Family Therapist, PhD, MS, LMFT
True Happiness and Stability Stems from the Quality of our Significant Relationships! I provide therapy for children, adolescents, individuals, elders, couples, and families. I focus on people's strengths and possibilities while addressing their real life difficulties.  
18 Years Experience
In-Person in Englewood, CO 80112
Englewood, Colorado therapist: Whole Person Counseling/Nic Showalter, drug and alcohol counselor
OCD

Whole Person Counseling/Nic Showalter

Drug and Alcohol Counselor, M.A., CAC-III
Nic is experienced in the treatment of OCD, OCD is one of the most common co-occurring disorders associated with addictions and substance abuse/dependence. He utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance commitment therapy and dialectic behavioral therapy.  
29 Years Experience
In-Person in Englewood, CO 80112
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Denver, Colorado therapist: Anastasia Mitchell, counselor/therapist
OCD

Anastasia Mitchell

Counselor/Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, Art Therapist
I am trained in Exposure Response and Prevention which is the recommended treatment approach for OCD treatment.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person Near Englewood, CO
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Denver, Colorado therapist: Wellcova Health Services, licensed clinical social worker
OCD

Wellcova Health Services

Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that causes unwanted obsessions and compulsions. Symptoms of doing things over and over again, or obsessions with unwanted thoughts could be what is holding you back from life experiences. With my expertise CBT, DBT, ACT, TFCBT, and solution focused therapy, I can provide the treatment you need.  
17 Years Experience
In-Person Near Englewood, CO
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Denver, Colorado therapist: Katie Steinert, licensed professional counselor
OCD

Katie Steinert

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Is your OCD taking center stage in your life? Has it been consuming your time and energy? Examples of common obsessions include germs/contamination, fear of causing harm, and fear of losing control. Examples of common compulsions are checking, cleaning, and repeating actions. I take an evidence-based approach to OCD treatment with the use of ERP (Exposure and Response Prevention) based in ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy) and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) principles. I'll work with you to re-connect with your values, minimize OCD's power, and reclaim your life.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Boulder, Colorado therapist: David Redbord, registered psychotherapist
OCD

David Redbord

Registered Psychotherapist, MA, MPH, LPCC
Does this sound like your experience of OCD? You can’t stop thinking about something. In order to feel better there’s something you HAVE to do. You can’t relax without doing whatever that is. You’re preoccupied with worry over something and whatever it is you have to do feel better. This often leads to… Difficulty staying present. Not enjoying your life as much due to being preoccupied with something. Feeling nervous and anxious. Feeling Frustrated with having to do a behavior over and over in order to move forward. OCD is short for obsessive-compulsive disorder which includes two issues: Obsession and Compulsion. Obsession is when stress and worry building the system, starting with a thought about a particular issue. A compulsion is a behavior. And unless you do the behavior, you can’t relax and move forward. I work with clients with OCD using mindfulness. When you notice your mind starting to get preoccupied around an obsession with something and the stress starting to build, you can notice where you feel the sensation of that worry in your body. By staying present with that sensation, it will move and change and the worry will move through your body. When the urge to do a compulsive behavior arises, you can likewise notice where you feel the sensation of that urge in your body and stay present with it. As you stay present with it and do not act on the urge, the sensation will move and change and the urge will pass. In this way, we can use mindfulness to come back to the present moment and not discontinue the cycle of obsession and compulsion. I’d be honored to support you in using mindfulness to feel better, decrease the presence of OCD in your life, and find calm presence.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person Near Englewood, CO
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Denver, Colorado therapist: Kim Colna, licensed clinical social worker
OCD

Kim Colna

Licensed Clinical Social Worker, LCSW
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental illness that causes unwanted obsessions and compulsions. Symptoms of doing things over and over again, or obsessions with unwanted thoughts could be what is holding you back from life experiences. With my expertise CBT, DBT, ACT, TFCBT, and solution focused therapy, I can provide the treatment you need.  
16 Years Experience
In-Person Near Englewood, CO
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Bentonville, Arkansas therapist: Elinor Nygren Szapiro, licensed professional counselor
OCD

Elinor Nygren Szapiro

Licensed Professional Counselor, MA LPC, EMDR II, Brainspotting Certification, Hypnotherapy
Dealing with OCD can be overwhelming . It can feel as if your thoughts are out of your control and are causing intense stress or even distress. Fortunately, there is a new method to effectively deal with out of control OCD thoughts. It is based on the emerging scientific research that shows the "neuroplasticity" of the brain. This means that the neural networks, the thinking patterns, of the brain are not "written in stone" and can be changed. There are specific protocols to change these neural networks and calm the OCD thoughts through the neurophysiological, mind/body technique called Brainspotting. I am trained in this method and would be happy to help you with it.  
43 Years Experience
Online in Englewood, Colorado
Denver, Colorado therapist: Camille Larsen, licensed professional counselor
OCD

Camille Larsen

Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, LAC
I am trained in Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD, which is an evidence-based OCD treatment. I do a lot of this work and get very good results. Be prepared for practice in between sessions as part of ERP so you can live more fully in the ways you want.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person Near Englewood, CO
Online in Englewood, Colorado