Brianna Allen PsyD

5300 W. Hillsboro Blvd, Suite 210
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
ADA Accessible
Narrative of Services:

I provide individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults with OCD and OC related disorders. I also provide treatment for co-occurring disorders that may present in conjunction with OCD (e.g., anxiety disorders, depression, ADHD, LGBTQ+ concerns, phase of life concerns, etc.). I prioritize the use of evidence-based treatments to support the clients that I work with as they work toward symptom reduction and overall well-being (e.g., ERP, CBT, HRT, CBIT). Additionally, I provide consultation services and trainings.

Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders:

I treat co-occuring disorders that may present alongside OCD, including anxiety disorders, phobias, depression, ADHD, LGBTQ+ concerns, and phase of life issues.

Training Description:

I have two years of masters-level clinical training and five years of doctoral-level clinical training during which I worked with children, adolescents, and adults with OCD/OCD Spectrum Disorders. I also completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship focused on OCD/OCD Spectrum Disorders under the supervision of a senior provider in the field who is board certified in Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (ABCCAP), a member of IOCDF, a senior member of OCD Central & South Florida, Affiliate of the International OCD Foundation, and a member of the Florida Psychological Association (FPA).

Diversity Statement:

I identify as Black and Indigenous, and I deliver multiculturally competent services and socially-just psychotherapy for all of the clients that I serve. I am passionate about ensuring access to treatment and resources for undeserved and marginalized populations, and this has been evident throughout my clinical training and service provision. My practice is also LGBTQ+ affirming.

My masters level training and clinical experience focused on serving low-income, racial/ethnic minority populations in an urban city (Hartford) in Connecticut. I provided in-home services, and I also provided services in schools and inpatient treatment centers.
My doctoral level training program had a rural emphasis/focus, and I served low-income and rural populations throughout my training.
My pre-doctoral internship focused on health-service psychology with an emphasis on serving Latinx and Hispanic populations, and immigrant populations.