Kansas City Center for Anxiety Treatment (KCCAT)
KCCAT was opened in October 2005 by our founding director, Lisa R. Hale, PhD in order to provide the local region with an option for highly trained empirically based cognitive behavioral services targeting OCD and anxiety disorders. Originally developed in affiliation with Hoglund Brain Imaging Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center, KCCAT became a fully independent program in 2012, maintaining an academic home through its teaching and research partnership with the University of Missouri–Kansas City (UMKC) Department of Psychology.
We strive to provide the most clinically efficient and affordable services available and appropriate for level of need. We offer no-interest payment plans and services are reimbursable by insurance at a patient’s out-of-network benefit level. When available and clinically appropriate, all or portions of services may be in the format of reduced-rate group treatments, and/or conducted by training therapists (e.g., advanced master’s or doctoral students) working under the close supervision of our fully licensed staff psychologists. We also offer a “coaching service” at a very nominal fee, which is ideal for individuals who may benefit from further ERP coaching between clinical sessions.
KCCAT’s approach as a team-based treatment facility assures a high level of consistency and quality.
IOCDF Professional Members at the clinic:
- Bill Oakley, PsyD