The Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind provide specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders as well as several other conditions. You can find a list of the diagnoses we treat, below. You can also learn more about the symptoms for each disorder by clicking on the one you’d like to learn about.
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Anxiety Disorders
- Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
- Eating Disorders
- Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors (BFRBs)
- Substance Use Disorder (SUD)
We are also trained to provide specialized treatment for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and can support those who are struggling with trauma as well as one or more of the above.
CREDENTIALS AND TRAINING
Lauren Rosen, LMFT, is the center’s Director and provides training to all of the staff members. So what makes Lauren, and by extension her staff, specialized in these disorders? First, Lauren trained in the treatment of OCD, Anxiety Disorders and Obsessive Compulsive Spectrum Disorders like BDD and BFRBs at the OCD Center of Los Angeles. She was also supervised for several years by the Center’s director: esteemed OCD and Anxiety Specialist and co-author of The Mindfulness Workbook for OCD, Tom Corboy, LMFT. Lauren has written many articles, appeared on a number of podcasts, including her own, spoken at conferences, including the IOCDF and OCD So Cal Conferences, sat on panels and given lectures and webinars. She keeps abreast of the latest information in the field through continuing education and consultation.
When it comes to Eating Disorders, Lauren built her specialization through a number of avenues. Lauren is a certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and brings her knowledge of this approach to her work with Clients. Lauren was supervised by Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S, Fiaedp, FADA, FAND, one of the co-authors of Intuitive Eating. Fellow co-author Evelyn Tribole, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S provided Lauren’s training and education in Intuitive Eating. Lauren has some training through Oxford University’s online program in CBT-E, an evidence-based approach to the treatment of Eating Disorders, and is working toward her certification. Over the years, Lauren has educated herself on different approaches and collaborated with a number of treatment facilities.
Lauren’s work with these disorders has been her primary focus since 2016. Her experience and training help her to provide specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, BDD, BFRBs and more.
AREAS OF EXPERIENCE
While our staff are not “specialized” in the areas that follow, we provide therapy to people from a wide array of backgrounds. We strive to provide culturally informed care to all of our Clients and hope that knowing we work with and respect different communities will help you feel more secure.
Each of our therapists tailor treatment to their Client’s unique qualities. After all, you are a person, not a diagnosis. To this end, we are LGBTQIA+ affirming and work with people who identify as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender. Staff at The Center for the Obsessive Mind are educated with regard to the nuances of treatment for people from different racial and ethnic backgrounds. We bring this awareness into therapy of the cultural forces and social justice issues that impact Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) and minorities as well as their mental health.
Our Therapists help people who are members of many faiths: From Christians to Jewish people, from members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints to Jehovah’s Witnesses, from Buddhists to Atheists. We respect our Client’s beliefs and, with a signed release, will even speak to clergy in order to provide care that is tailored to each person’s faith.
Also, our Director, Lauren Rosen, LMFT, has ample practice treating people who are in Twelve Step programs like AA and Al-Anon and is facile with concepts that are central to these groups. She brings her understanding to her supervision of staff members.
You can learn more about the specific treatments we use here.
LOOKING FOR SPECIALIZED TREATMENT FOR OCD, ANXIETY, EATING DISORDERS, BDD, BFRBs& MORE?
Are you or a loved one struggling with symptoms of one of the conditions above? Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Intuitive Eating, ComB, HRT and more treatments to support those that she works with. You can learn more about the 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 specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety & Eating Disorders throughout 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.
Staff members at the Center for the Obsessive Mind offer specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety & Eating Disorders in the state of Utah. Since we provide online treatment, we work with people who live all 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 specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety & Eating Disorders online in Florida. We see people from all corners of the Sunshine state. Whether you’re from Naples, Orlando, Miami, or Boca Raton, we can provide specialized counseling remotely in your area.
Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind also practice online therapy in Arizona. If you’re seeking help in Phoenix, Sedona, Scottsdale or Tucson, we offer specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety & Eating Disorders across the Grand Canyon State.
In addition to all of the locations previously listed, the staff at the Center for the Obsessive Mind offer specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety & Eating Disorders to a number of countries internationally.
Online therapy isn’t right for everyone. An assessment must be done to determine if online therapy is appropriate for your needs. You can reach out here to learn more.
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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.