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Flagstaff, Arizona therapist: Psychotherapy.Com, psychologist
OCD

Psychotherapy.Com

Psychologist, Ph.D.
Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.  
28 Years Experience
Online in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania therapist: Dr. Brian M. Berman, psychologist
OCD

Dr. Brian M. Berman

Psychologist, Psy.D.
I specialize in exposure therapy with response prevention (ERP) which is an empirically supported treatment for OCD. By utilizing this behavioral treatment, I help clients work through anxiety while reducing compulsive behavior.  
20 Years Experience
Online in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Edmond, Oklahoma therapist: Stephanie Lane, licensed professional counselor
OCD

Stephanie Lane

Licensed Professional Counselor, M.A., LPC, ATR-BC
I work with clients who struggle with ocd by assisting client in learning to understand and reframe intrusive thoughts that are triggered by racing thoughts. I work with clients to recognize the instructive thoughts and replace them with a corrective/positive reframe. In addition, I work with the client in thought release practice.  
18 Years Experience
Online in Tulsa, Oklahoma
 therapist: North Shore OCD Women's Treatment Center, Ltd., psychologist
OCD

North Shore OCD Women's Treatment Center, Ltd.

Psychologist, PhD
OCD is treatable. Our goal is to help you get it into full remission. We are passionate about supporting and encouraging you to defeat OCD symptoms and regain control of your life. Specializing exclusively in the treatment of OCD in adult women allows us to focus 100% on the latest knowledge and highly-effective techniques that will likely work best for you. You will receive expert, high-quality and personalized treatment. Sessions will be conducted with a PhD-level psychologist, trained in highly-ranked programs with over 15 years of experience. We treat all OCD subtypes and themes. These include, but are not limited to: Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs) including Hair-Pulling (Trich) Contamination OCD Checking OCD Counting OCD Compulsive Staring OCD Derealization OCD Covid-theme OCD Emotional/Mental Contamination OCD Existential OCD False Memory OCD Harm/Violent Obsession OCD Health OCD Hit and Run OCD Hoarding OCD Just Right OCD Magical Thinking OCD Mental Hoarding (Need to Remember) OCD Meta OCD Need to Know OCD Need to Tell, Ask, or Confess OCD Need to Touch, Tap, or Rub OCD Pedophile (POCD) OCD Perinatal/ Postpartum/ Maternal OCD Psychosis /Schizophrenia / “Am I going crazy” OCD Pure O OCD Racism OCD Real Event OCD Relationship OCD (ROCD) Religious (Scrupulosity) OCD Responsibility OCD Rumination OCD Sensorimotor OCD Sexual Obsession OCD Sexual Orientation (Homosexual) OCD/ SO-OCD (HOCD) Somatic (Sensorimotor) OCD Suicidal OCD Superstition OCD Symmetry/ Exactness/ Ordering OCD Tourettic OCD Transgender OCD  
12 Years Experience
Online in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Chapel Hill, North Carolina therapist: Jennifer Plumb Vilardaga, PhD, psychologist
OCD

Jennifer Plumb Vilardaga, PhD

Psychologist, PhD
OCD can feel limiting and time-consuming. Facing OCD can increase life satisfaction. We can use exposure therapy principles to help you break unhelpful cycles of behaviors that never fully do what they promise - bring peace. Learning to distinguish between obsessions and compulsions is an important first step, followed by building skills to be with discomfort (rather than driven to reduce discomfort) and take action toward meaningful life goals.  
11 Years Experience
Online in Tulsa, Oklahoma