Dan Barron PsyD
I estimate that about 50% of my clinical work is with individuals with OCD related disorders. I use evidence-based treatments within the cognitive behavioral and acceptance and commitment therapy traditions, often involving family members as part of treatment. Over the decades I have worked with hundreds of people suffering with OCD.
Treatment of Co-occurring Disorders:
assessment and treatment of OCD, Tourette’s Syndrome, developmental disorders, ADHD, panic disorder, agoraphobia, specific phobias, separation anxiety, social anxiety, PTSD, trichotillomania and other Impulse Control Disorders.
My predoctoral internship and postdoctoral supervision with senior psychologists in the field included training in and assessment and treatment of OCD, Tourette’s Syndrome, Developmental Disorders, ADHD, Trichotillomania and other Impulse Control Disorders. I have been providing services to individuals and their families for over thirty years, and I am a full member of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Association for Contextual Behavioral Science, Anxiety and Depression Association of America, American Psychological Association, and New Zealand Psychological Society. I participated in numerous research and training opportunities related to the treatment of OCD and related disorders over several decades.
My family is multi-ethnic, and includes people who identify as Black, Native American, Native Mexican, Maori, and Filipino. I estimate that 40% of my clientele includes individuals who identify as non-European and non-CIS gendered.
My undergraduate training and early professional work was in anthropology. Over the decades I have participated in numerous trainings in working with diverse populations.