Therapy for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders at the Center for the Obsessive Mind focuses on researched treatments in order that we can best support those we work with. The approaches we use include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and more. That said, you are a person, not a diagnosis. Each of us is unique and thus tailoring the treatment to your needs is crucial. Given this, our therapists use an integrative approach drawing from many treatments in serving those we work with.
THERAPY WITH THE CENTER FOR THE OBSESSIVE MIND
Psychotherapy is a joint effort between two people. Indeed, in the course of treatment the Therapist and Client form a team whose mission is to help the Client to live a fuller life. Our philosophy embodies the spirit of collaboration, respect, and appreciation that make for a strong partnership.
In this team, the mental health professional is the expert on recovery and the person seeking treatment is the expert on themselves. You might think of it like this: The Therapist has the roadmap. They have helped many people navigate down a similar road and have studied the geography of similar landscapes for years. The Client is behind the steering wheel, and has driven this neighborhood before. A lot. The Client just doesn’t know the car’s mechanics, its capacity and what the landscape looks like beyond a certain point. Perhaps there are areas that they don’t know exist or that they thought were off-limits. Through therapy, the Therapist and Client use each of their knowledge bases to support the Client in finding their way through their lives.
We create plans with each of our clients that are informed by training and knowledge as well as the person’s goals and values. That’s because therapy for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders should be tailored to each person’s needs. Want to learn more about our approach? You can check out videos, podcasts and writing from the Center’s Founder and Director here.
INTERESTED IN THERAPY?
Are you or a loved one seeking therapy for OCD, Anxiety or an Eating Disorder? Maybe you struggle with Substance Use or have experienced trauma? Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind offer Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Intuitive Eating to support those with these conditions. You can learn more about treatments and services we provide here.
The Center for the Obsessive Mind offers
therapy in several states and internationally.
Learn more about where the staff practices, below.
The Center for the Obsessive Mind’s staff therapists offer online treatment through the state of California. Our Clients span from San Francisco down to Southern Orange County and San Diego. Whether you’re in Silicon Valley, Santa Barbara, Beverly Hills or Dana Point, the Center’s staff can support you in your recovery. You can learn more about treatment for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders here.
Staff members at the Center for the Obsessive Mind offer therapy in the state of Utah. Since we provide online treatment, we work with people who live across the Beehive State – from Salt Lake City and its suburbs, like West Jordan, Syracuse, Highland and Riverton, to Park City and St. George.
Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind also offer treatment online in Florida. We see people from all corners of the Sunshine state. Whether you’re from Naples, Orlando, Miami, or Boca Raton, we provide specialized counseling remotely in your area.
Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind also practice teletherapy in Arizona. If you’re seeking help in Phoenix, Sedona, Scottsdale or Tucson, we offer specialized treatment online across the Grand Canyon State.
In addition to all of the locations previously listed, the staff at the Center for the Obsessive Mind offer teletherapy in a number of countries.
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Disclaimer: The information contained on this website is intended for informational and education purposes only and is not meant to be a replacement for therapy. If you are interested in treatment, you can email us and we will happily provide you with more information.