You may not have received the right kind of treatment for your OCD or anxiety in the past and feel frustrated or hopeless. The good news is that treatment for OCD and anxiety can be very effective if you receive the right kind of treatment with a specialist in the field. 

I use evidenced-based therapies with adults that include:

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies

  • Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) 

  • Mindfulness-Based Skills

  • Attention-training

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

Individual Therapy

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

  • Understand how your obsessions and/or rituals impact your life
  • Learn new ways to deal with your intrusive thoughts and impulses
  • Use exposure and response prevention to regain control of your life


  • Learn to identify thoughts that cause you to be fearful
  • Use new strategies to manage your thoughts and feelings
  • Face the situations you fear


  • Understand the physical and psychological effects of panic
  • Learn new ways to respond to respond to fear and physical symptoms
  • Learn techniques that help you stop avoiding feared situations

Body Image Issues

  • Build acceptance and kindness towards your body and yourself
  • Decrease grooming behaviors
  • Develop a healthy relationship with your body and yourself

OCD Group Therapy

Join us for a small group that will help you manage your OCD so you can live your best life. In this group, we will:

  • Learn tools to deal with fear/doubt

  • Take steps together to expose ourselves to the things we avoid or fear

  • Change the way you relate to your thoughts/feelings/sensations

  • Learn to tolerate discomfort 

  • Support each other to reduce feelings of shame and isolation

  • Inspire each other to step outside of our comfort zones to help you achieve your goals


Is Group Therapy Right for Me?

Group therapy may be a good fit for you if you want to strengthen the work you are doing with your individual therapist, you want a more affordable option other than individual therapy, or want the social support that group therapy can provide.  

OCD Family Group

Some adults with OCD refuse to seek treatment. Other adults with OCD receive treatment and continue to have difficulties managing their OCD. Join us for a small group for family members and loved ones of those with an adult member with OCD who refuse treatment or continue to struggle with managing it. In this group, we will:

  • Learn about the way OCD impacts your life

  • Identify effective ways to support your loved one without making the OCD stronger

  • Set gentle and effective boundaries for yourself and your loved one's OCD

  • Develop effective ways to cope with living/loving someone with OCD

Contact Me

Please contact me to discuss your interest and goals for group therapy.