OCD and Anxiety treatment from Montana to South Carolina
I'm so glad you are here.
Hey there! I'm an OCD and anxiety therapist, and I'm here to help you overcome your struggles and find relief from those bothersome symptoms. With expertise in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), I use proven techniques tailored to your unique needs. My main mission is to empower you to challenge those intrusive thoughts, face your fears head-on, and develop effective coping strategies that will enhance your well-being and make life more fulfilling. Let's join forces and kick OCD and anxiety to the curb so you can regain control and thrive!
What I Provide
I believe that every single human being has a bit of healing to do. Contact me today to schedule a 15-minute free consult to discuss your needs and begin the healing process.
Are you struggling with OCD or other anxiety? I am dedicated to helping you find your way to better mental health. I offer 45-60 minute appointments up to 2x weekly (if needed). Currently only accepting telehealth appointments.
EXPOSURE AND RESPONSE PREVENTION
ERP, or Exposure and Response Prevention, is a widely utilized therapeutic approach for treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). By gradually exposing individuals to situations, thoughts, or objects that trigger their anxiety or obsessions, while simultaneously preventing the compulsive behaviors or rituals, ERP helps individuals break free from the cycle of OCD. Through repeated exposure, individuals learn to tolerate the distressing feelings and thoughts associated with their obsessions without engaging in their usual compulsions. This evidence-based therapy empowers individuals to confront their fears and regain control over their lives, leading to reduced anxiety, improved functioning, and a greater sense of well-being.
Cognitive-Behavioral Based Therapy
CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy) is a highly effective treatment for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). It focuses on challenging distorted thoughts and beliefs while incorporating behavioral techniques like Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP). Through CBT, individuals learn to reframe their thoughts, confront their fears, and resist their compulsions, leading to a reduction in anxiety and improved functioning. CBT empowers individuals to actively participate in their recovery, providing them with valuable skills to manage their OCD symptoms and improve their overall quality of life.
"When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves."