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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.

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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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Moral Scrupulosity OCD Treatment

Moral Scrupulosity OCD Treatment

When Brett was young, he would frantically search his pockets, desk, and backpack whenever someone in his school class complained of missing money, doubting himself and worrying if he was to blame for others’ misfortunes. Growing up, his family was strict not only about following rules but also about faith. Despite his efforts to be “good,” he felt like he always fell short. By the time he finished high school, his anxiety and guilt were weighing heavily on him. It wasn’t until later that he and his family realized these feelings were related to OCD. Upon starting college, Brett decided to break away from his family’s rules and religion, seeking a sense of freedom. However, feelings of guilt and anxi
Faith and Religious Scrupulosity

Faith and Religious Scrupulosity

From a young age, Sally cultivated her faith and valued her connection with the Divine. Nonetheless, in her early twenties, after reading an article that sparked doubts about her faith, she felt troubled. Unaware of OCD or scrupulosity, she blamed herself for the doubts. As she attempted to brush off the doubts and push down her distress, they only seemed to intensify. Faith “The trouble with you is you want to see the end from the beginning. You must learn to walk to the edge of the light, and then a few steps into the darkness; then the light will appear and show the way before you.”1 How would you take this advice? Are you willing to step into the darkness, unsure if the light will eventually appear? If you are like Sall
Letting Go of the Urge to “Control” Your OCD Thoughts

Letting Go of the Urge to “Control” Your OCD Thoughts

When James was a teenager, he enjoyed a “worldly” path before finding his faith. One day, after he’d found his faith, however, a friend made a comment that brought up certain memories from his youth. Sexual pictures popped into his mind. He tried to replace them with wholesome images, but he couldn’t get rid of them and consequently felt immoral and unworthy of God’s love. His amazing human mind along with the OCD, would provide any possible solution so he could find coherence. The thoughts didn’t match the person he was and wanted to become. He constantly questioned his intentions wondering, “If I repented why do I keep having those images? Did God really forgive me? Maybe He didn’t because I forgot a detail about my sins?” Do J

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