Does this kind of therapy really work?By Hannah z
Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and Director of the UCLA OCD Intensive TreatmentWatch now
Each day thousands of people break free from their OCD, and so can you. We’ll help you get there.
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Our video therapy program was designed by experts in exposure and response prevention, or ERP, the most effective OCD treatment. It’s brought to you by experienced psychologists, licensed social workers, and licensed counselors with specialized training in OCD.
Patrick McGrath, PhD
Dr. McGrath is Assistant Vice President of Residential Services for AMITA Health and Director of the Foglia Family Foundation Residential Treatment Center and the Alexian Brothers Center for Anxiety and OCD. He is President of OCD Midwest, President of Anxiety Centers of Illinois, Scientific Advisor at IOCDF, and author of The OCD Answer Book.
Taylor Newendorp, MA, LCPC
Clinical Advisor, NOCD Therapist
Taylor is President and Founder of Chicago Counseling Center and focuses on providing individualized help to people with OCD, anxiety and panic disorders, and specific phobias. He combines a variety of therapeutic practices like CBT and ERP with mindfulness techniques. Taylor is a member of OCD Midwest.
Jamie Feusner, MD
Chief Medical Officer
Professor of Psychiatry at UCLA and Director of the UCLA OCD Intensive Treatment Program since 2006, Dr. Feusner is an internationally recognized researcher and clinician for OCD and related disorders.
Kevin Chapman, PhD
Dr. Chapman is a licensed psychologist with a private practice is Louisville and specializes in OCD, panic disorder, social anxiety, among other conditions. He serves on the Scientific and Clinical Advisory Board for the International OCD Foundation (IOCDF).
Jenny Yip, PsyD
Dr. Yip is a clinical psychologist, author, speaker and nationally recognized OCD and anxiety expert. She is also Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry in the Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Program at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California.
Edna Foa, PhD
Dr. Foa is Professor of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania and Director of the Center for the Treatment and Study of Anxiety. She has won numerous awards for researching OCD and PTSD and developing highly effective treatment methods for both.
Michael Jenike, MD
Dr. Jenike founded the Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Institute at McLean Hospital and the Obsessive Compulsive Disorders Clinic and Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital. He is Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and has published over 200 articles.
Alex Leow, MD, PhD
Dr. Leow is Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Bioengineering at the University of Illinois College of Medicine, and an Attending Physician at the University of Illinois Hospital. She is a renowned computational neuroimaging researcher.
Chris Pittenger, MD, PhD
As a tenured faculty member at Yale School of Medicine and director of the Yale OCD Researcher Clinic, Dr. Pittenger has received numerous awards for his research on OCD and related disorders. He is also Co-Director of the Neuroscience Research Training Program at Yale.
Barbara Van Noppen, PhD
Dr. Van Noppen is Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Assistant Chair of Education, and Co-Director of the OCD Treatment and Research Program at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. She is internationally known for developing Multifamily Behavioral Treatment (MFBT).
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