I provide telehealth therapy for OCD, obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders, and anxiety. 

Telehealth Educational Groups

I also provide educational groups on OCD via telehealth.


Some treatment models I use are:


Exposure and Response Prevention

• ERP is considered the “gold standard” treatment approach for OCD.
• ERP can also be used for treatment of anxiety and specific phobias.

ERP consists of two parts:
Exposure to things that trigger an obsessional fear, worry, anxiety.
Response Prevention – this is where you resist completing any compulsions, rituals, or safety behaviors. ERP will help your brain to learn that there is no real “danger” or “threat,” helps disrupt the cycle of OCD/anxiety, and empowers you to face your fears!


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

• CBT is an evidence-based therapy approach that focuses on the connection between our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
• CBT helps individuals identify and modify negative core beliefs and automatic thoughts, identify cognitive distortions, and explore how their thoughts and behaviors impact their feelings.


Habit Reversal Training

• Habit Reversal Training is an evidence-based intervention for body-focused repetitive behaviors such as trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder), skin-picking disorder, and nail-biting disorder.
• Habit reversal training consists of awareness training, alternative response training, self-monitoring, and social support training.


Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

• We may use principles from ACT in addition to ERP, CBT, and HRT.
• ACT focuses on values-based living, mindfulness, acceptance of current situations, commitment to change what we can, and other behavioral-based interventions.



I accept private-pay clients and charge $250 for a 50-minute session. I accept a check or credit card at the time of the appointment. I will provide you with a superbill at the end of each month that you can submit to your insurance company.

Reimbursement Claims

If you are interested in submitting insurance reimbursement claims, I suggest calling the number on the back of your insurance card and inquiring about your “out-of-network” therapy benefits and learning how to submit a reimbursement claim.