University of South Florida OCD, Anxiety, & Related Disorders Behavioral Treatment Program
The University of South Florida’s (USF) Rothman Center opened in July 2008 to provide integrated clinical care for people with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and related disorders. The Center uses a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. The Center offers diagnostic, education, research, and outreach services, as well as evidence-based treatment to clients. Services are offered through both weekly and intensive outpatient behavioral treatment programs. By working as a team, the Center’s health care professionals are able to deliver an expanded selection of safe and effective treatments. This is consistent with the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of health care research and increased focus on integrative care.
We are an academic research center specializing in OCD spectrum disorders including PANS/PANDAS. Our providers are expert clinicians and leading researchers in the field. Our team develops and refines assessment and treatment, keeping us on top of the latest cutting-edge approaches. Our physicians and psychologists are leaders in training the next generation of specialists in OCD, Tourette’s/Tic Disorders, Anxiety and related disorders. Many of our staff serve on scientific and medical advisory boards, as faculty for professional training institutes, develop practice guidelines for health professionals, edit scientific journals, and serve in international leadership roles in professional organizations.
We also treat Anxiety, Phobias, Panic, Tourette/Tic Disorders, PANS/PANDAS, Hair Pulling/Skin Picking Disorder, High Functioning ASD in the context of anxiety, School Avoidance, Selective Mutism, Misophonia, Hoarding. Services may include individual and/or family focused psychotherapy (CBT, CBIT, HRT) and psychopharmacology/medical management.
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