THE CENTER FOR THE OBSESSIVE MIND PROVIDES SPECIALIZED TREATMENT AND SERVICES FOR OCD, ANXIETY AND EATING DISORDERS IN CALIFORNIA, FLORIDA, UTAH, ARIZONA AND ABROAD. YOU CAN LEARN MORE BELOW, OR BROWSE THE TREATMENTS & SERVICES MENU ABOVE.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY & EXPOSURE THERAPY
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is at the core of our practice. What is CBT? CBT involves two approaches. First, Cognitive Therapy (CT) helps people to note and challenge faulty thinking patterns and beliefs. Instead of taking all thoughts as truths, CT suggests that it is wise not to believe everything you think. In addition, CBT involves Behavioral Therapy (BT), which is focused on changing one’s actions.
The BT used in treatment varies from one disorder to the next. For instance, with OCD, Anxiety Disorders, and Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD), Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) is the BT of choice. For Depression, on the other hand, Behavioral Activation is the focus.
There are a number of distinct subtypes of CBT. For Eating Disorders, treatments include Enhanced CBT (CBT-E) and the CBT-influenced Intuitive Eating. Cognitive-Behavioral approaches to BFRBs include The Comprehensive Behavioral Model of Treatment (ComB) & Habit Reversal Training (HRT). Prolonged Exposure (PE) is another type of CBT approach used to treat trauma. What’s more, research shows that all of these subtypes of CBT are effective in helping people to overcome their disorders.
MINDFULNESS & ACCEPTANCE & COMMITMENT THERAPY
Mindfulness and Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) are part of the most recent third wave of CBT. Research has found both to support the treatment of a wide range of disorders. Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind use mindfulness and meditation in her work with Clients. We also use ACT and its focus on values to support Clients in their quest for recovery and their creation of a fulfilling life.
LOOKING FOR THERAPY?
Are you or a loved one looking for help? Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure and Response Prevention, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Intuitive Eating to provide specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders in California as well as a number of other states and countries. You can learn more about the 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 and Eating Disorders throughout California. Our Clients span from San Francisco down to South 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 therapy for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders in the state of Utah. Since we offer online treatment, we work with people who live all across the Beehive State – from Salt Lake City and its suburbs, like West Jordan, Highland and Riverton, to Park City and St. George.
Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind also offer treatment for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders online in Florida. We see people from all corners of the Sunshine state. Whether you’re from Naples, Miami, or Boca Raton, we can provide counseling remotely in your area.
Therapists at the Center for the Obsessive Mind also practice therapy in Arizona. If you’re seeking help in Phoenix, Sedona, Scottsdale or Tucson, we offer specialized treatment for OCD, Anxiety and Eating Disorders 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 online treatment for to a number of countries across the globe.
Online treatment isn’t the right choice for all people. An assessment must be done to determine if online therapy will meet 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.