Jordan Cattie, PhD


Assistant Professor, Emory Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

12 Executive Park Drive NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30329

Narrative of Services:

Our program offers consultation services (medication or behavioral therapy focus), group therapy, and intensive outpatient therapy for OCD and other concerns including Body Dsymorphic Disorder, social anxiety, panic disorder, and phobias.
Intensive outpatient treatment focuses on developing and implementing an exposure therapy with response prevention (ERP) plan, and includes weekly medication management (optional), group therapy, and family therapy (optional) in addition to individual sessions. The program meets approximately 3 hours daily, 4 days per week, for 2-4 weeks. Treatment is individualized for each person’s unique needs, interests, and goals.
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Facilities accessible by clients of all mobility levels: Yes

Training Description:

Director Jordan Cattie trained at the doctoral, internship, and postdoctoral level at the OCD Institute, an intensive residential program for OCD at McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA. Here, she learned how difficult it can be to access effective treatment for OCD, and began dedicating her career to increasing access to evidence-based care. Three program psychologists have completed the IOCDF’s BTTI certification. We are a teaching clinic, dedicated to training the next generation of psychologists, psychiatrists, and social workers specializing in OCD and related disorders.