Mindset Family Therapy

We have 30+ years of experience successfully treating anxiety, OCD, and OC related disorders. We are NOT general practitioners. We are experts and we get results!

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We understand your pain and we can help! We have been trained to treat anxiety, OCD, and OC related disorders by renowned experts in the field. We provide anxiety, and OCD consultation and training for other psychotherapists.

OCD and Anxiety

Treatment is mapped according to your individual needs, with an integrative model that fuses traditional CBT and ERP with ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy).


Together, we can build and strengthen your adolescent's confidence, resilience, self-compassion, and vision for their future, regardless of their current mental health challenges.


We understand scrupulosity (religious and moral OCD) and the nuances and sensitivities that come with a religious culture. Learn how to get back to enjoying your religion and life!


Have you ever been in a situation where you felt terrified, helpless, powerless, or unsafe? We would feel honored to help you in your journey and be part of your healing process.

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Recent Blog Posts

Faith & Values on the OCD Journey -What’s the Scoop on Scrup? Podcast

Faith & Values on the OCD Journey -What’s the Scoop on Scrup? Podcast

Annabella Hagen, Clinical Director and founder of Mindset Family Therapy contributed to “What’s the Scoop on Scrup?!” podcast recently. She addressed her background and passion for her work, scrupulosity, OCD in the LDS community, values and self-compassion. Feel free to listen to all or some parts of this podcast. Share it with your loved ones as well as your faith leaders so they can also understand OCD and its effect on someone’s faith and spirituality. In episode #10, she shares the following: Describes her background & passion for this work (3:20) Defines OCD/Scrupulosity (5:02) Talks about OCD in the LDS Community (6:51) Discusses the OCD treatment journey (14:02) Offe
Growing Gratitude with Gratitude Pie Despite Your OCD!

Growing Gratitude with Gratitude Pie Despite Your OCD!

By Kathleen Ririe Ever since I was little, pie has been my most anticipated part of the Thanksgiving feast. Pie and Thanksgiving go hand-in-hand. In fact, it is documented that pumpkin pie became a holiday staple beginning at the Pilgrim’s second Thanksgiving in 1623. In 2022 alone, 50 million pumpkin pies were purchased for Thanksgiving. Clearly, we have nailed it on the pie production scale, but how are we doing on the gratitude production scale? A recent Gallup poll reported that since 2020 the percentage of Americans who report being “very satisfied” with their personal life has dropped from 65% in 2020 to only 50% in 2023 (Gallup, January 2-22, 2023). Why has satisfaction declined so much and how can we reverse that in our own
Five Ways to Succeed in Your Treatment for OCD

Five Ways to Succeed in Your Treatment for OCD

Sometimes treatment for OCD can feel like you are taking a life detour where fear of the unknown may feel overwhelming. Indeed, moving from avoidant and compulsive behaviors (private and public) to living a values-centered life can feel unfamiliar. You may be cautious and sometimes doubtful about your progress. The Following steps will help you navigate the unsure terrain as you trust the process: Maintain a curious mindset. During treatment for OCD (any theme), you’ll learn skills that will allow you to create new neural pathways. It takes time to change behavioral and mental habits.Your mind will want you to focus on the outcome each and every day. Notice and acknowledge that and then choose to maintain a curious mindset. Try

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Hartford Building at Jamestown Square
Provo, UT 84604


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A guide to help you find relief and happiness in spite of religious or moral OCD (scrupulosity OCD). Learn more about Annabella Hagen's book.
Imperfectly Good - Book by Annabella Hagen

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