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Norfolk, Virginia therapist: Grace in the Shadows, licensed professional counselor

Grace in the Shadows

Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, MDiv, MA, NCMHC, ALMHC, VALMHC
I address Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) with a compassionate and holistic approach, integrating psychological techniques with Christian principles. Recognizing the challenges of OCD, I create a therapeutic environment rooted in faith, incorporating prayer, scriptural reflection, and discussions on trust in God's plan. Evidence-based therapies such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) are utilized to help individuals manage obsessions and compulsions, while spiritual practices are integrated to support the healing process. I guide clients in finding spiritual meaning and coping mechanisms aligned with their faith. Encouraging individuals to surrender perfectionism and fears to God, I foster a balance between psychological strategies and reliance on faith to navigate the journey towards healing and recovery from OCD.  
2 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte, North Carolina therapist: Corey Connelly, licensed professional counselor

Corey Connelly

Licensed Professional Counselor, MA LCAS LCMHC
Obsessions and compulsions can become so debilitating that they start to feel like they're taking control of your life. This addictive pattern is hard to break. I have experience treating OCD, and can work with you to challenge this through gradual exposure work and coping skills when the anxiety feels overwhelming.  
10 Years Experience
In-Person in Charlotte, NC 28203
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Huntersville, North Carolina therapist: Morgan Rodgers, licensed mental health counselor

Morgan Rodgers

Licensed Mental Health Counselor, MA, LCMHC
Working through OCD starts with understanding why they are happening. Psychoeducation along with DBT and RODBT skills can ease the often tiring thoughts and behaviors.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person Near Charlotte, NC
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
McKinney, Texas therapist: Kreins Psychological Services, psychologist

Kreins Psychological Services

Psychologist, PhD, PsyD
As a psychologist specializing in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), my treatment approach is tailored to address the unique symptoms and challenges experienced by each individual. Through evidence-based therapies such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), particularly exposure and response prevention (ERP), I work collaboratively with clients to identify and challenge obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. By gradually exposing individuals to feared stimuli while refraining from engaging in compulsions, we aim to reduce anxiety and disrupt the cycle of obsessions and compulsions. Additionally, I incorporate mindfulness techniques and acceptance-based strategies to help clients develop a more adaptive relationship with uncertainty and discomfort. Psychoeducation plays a crucial role in enhancing understanding of OCD and building skills for long-term management. My goal is to empower individuals to regain control over their lives, reduce OCD symptoms, and improve overall quality of life.  
24 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina
Saint Paul, Minnesota therapist: Joe Groninga, psychologist

Joe Groninga

Psychologist, PsyD, LP
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be a very debilitating set of symptoms and is something for which I use a therapy called Exposure and Response Prevention (ExRP or ERP). This therapy is widely considered to be the most effective treatment for OCD available. I will teach you how to approach situations that create obsessive thinking and emotional distress and how to simultaneously resist acting on urges to engage in your compulsive behavior. The result is the ability to be in these situations with significantly less distress and without overwhelming compulsive urges. People with OCD are typically amazed at what they can achieve through this therapy.  
19 Years Experience
Online in Charlotte, North Carolina