Lindner Center of HOPE
The OCD and Anxiety Disorder Program at Lindner Center of HOPE opened in 2008. Since then, the program has expanded to include residential programs, an aftercare outpatient and OCD treatment program, and a comprehensive diagnostic outpatient assessment for adolescents. Charles Brady, PhD, ABPP, director of the OCD and Anxiety Treatment Program, is a clinical psychologist and faculty of the University of Cincinnati’s Department of Psychiatry, with over 25 years of experience. Brady has completed advanced training through the IOCDF Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI). Residential programs offer intensive treatment for individuals seeking recovery from OCD or other severe anxiety disorders. Residents participate in 5 individual sessions per week with the Center’s OCD/CBT doctoral-level therapists, bolstered by an additional 3-plus hours of daily ERP with assistance from dedicated and intensively trained staff. Patients also have 2 to 3 sessions with a psychiatrist per week. Beyond that, patients engage in ERP experiences throughout each day and participate in 5 additional hours of therapy daily. Uniquely, both programs feature comprehensive diagnostic assessment, which can clarify diagnosis, evaluate treatment readiness, and develop treatment hierarchy. These programs offer single occupancy rooms and 24/7 nursing care.
IOCDF Professional Members at this clinic: