I specialize in treating all anxiety disorders, including OCD. I use interventions that are supported by science and research, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (including exposure and response prevention, or ERP). I conduct exposure-based interventions (in vivo, imaginal, interoceptive) both in the office and, when appropriate, in real-world settings (e.g., homes, schools, businesses, restaurants). Over 40% of my practice is dedicated to the treatment of OCD. Other areas of treatment specialty include social phobia, health anxiety, selective mutism, specific phobias, GAD, and depression.
I attended IOCDF’s Behavior Therapy Training Institute and have been specializing in the delivery of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy to treat all anxiety disorders, including OCD for over 5 years.
I have trained and worked in a variety of settings including private practice and academic medical centers (Emory University’s School of Medicine in the Department of Behavioral and Psychological Services; Virginia Treatment Center for Children at VCU Medical Center).